Women

And she's not happy about what she considers a lack of WNBA support when she took two months off for postpartum depression this season.
"No one told me being an adult would involve this much worry about my trash pickup days."
At the age of 14, she killed her abusive father. Before she pulled the trigger, it hadn’t occurred to her that she would go to jail.
On the second anniversary since the Me Too movement went viral, the founder reminds us to center survivors, not perpetrators.
Several women read emotional statements expressing their anger and frustration with the now-defunct case.
One Twitter user slammed the British news agency by pointing out the star was nominated for a Golden Globe when she was 12.
Michelle Bolen claims leaders at Kansas City's St. Therese Catholic School were concerned about her pregnancy causing public “scandal.”
“A true friend can’t be jealous of you, or want to take advantage of you in any way," Winfrey says of the duo's decades-long friendship.
Actor Olivia Munn and women victimized by gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar also spoke about sexual violence during the United Nations General Assembly.
"Remember, there's going to be more people that like you and appreciate you than people that hate you," Jo Weldon said.
Tamika Mallory, Linda Sarsour and Bob Bland have all stepped down from their positions as Women's March co-chairs.
Alexa Terrazas Lopez, 23, survived the fall, but reportedly suffered severe fractures in her legs, arms, hips and nose after losing her balance.
Those who stood up to the status quo are the book's focus, including Madame Curie, Shirley Chisholm and Ellen DeGeneres.
Former judge Aaron Persky now coaches girls junior varsity tennis at a high school in California, and many parents are not happy about it.
“Our democracy is crumbling before my very eyes. And if this motherf**ker can do it, why can't I?” June Diane Raphael told HuffPost.
Plus: Greta Thurnberg scolds world leaders, urging them to act on climate change.