Women

"I just think if I chewed lava quick enough it wouldn’t be too bad."
After lawmakers tried to ban abortion in Alabama, the Yellowhammer Fund was flooded with donations. Now, it's putting that money to good use.
As the coronavirus pandemic offers time to step back, Muslim Americans rethink how mosques can be more welcoming to women and adapt financially.
The documentary carves out a much-needed space for African American women to be the face of the Me Too movement.
Diane Cardwell, author of “Rockaway: Surfing Headlong Into a New Life,” spoke to HuffPost about catching waves and surviving Hurricane Sandy.
The women claim some USA Swimming officials abused them as children while others worked to make sure the abuse stayed hidden.
“It was the most miserable experience of my life,” a marketing coordinator for the D.C. football team told The Washington Post.
Many medical pros felt that the research shamed female physicians who posted personal pictures on their social media accounts.
Under pressure by anti-abortion activists ― including a board of health member ― the state health department became a weapon in the war against abortion.
Miriam Feldman, the author of “He Came In With It,” recounts how she supported her mentally ill adult son while holding down a job and holding up her other children.