Women

Muslim women are often silenced by their own communities or face Islamophobic stereotypes from outside agencies when they try to seek help.
The accused pastor is now a top candidate to be the senior leader of a Southern Baptist church.
"The wildest thing about 1999 was the number of us who were straight up angry not to be mentioned in Mambo No. 5."
The journalist spoke to Ashley Bianco, a CBS producer who was fired after the network learned she had access to Amy Robach's interview with Virginia Giuffre.
In a male-dominated business, her Tokyo restaurant goes its own way with an all-female team of sushi chefs.
The rapper proudly stated that he brings his daughter, Deyjah Harris, to the doctor every year to ensure she's still a virgin.
The "Maleficent" star admits picking a place to live will be a challenge since “my favorite place is somewhere I’ve never been."
Melpomeni Dina was a teenager and an orphan when she risked her life to hide and protect the Mordechai family.
The law required doctors to tell patients they could reverse their "medicated abortion" if they acted quickly and underwent what a judge called "unproven medical treatment."
Plus: Chanel Miller tells her own story after Brock Turner trial.
Plus: Greta Thurnberg scolds world leaders, urging them to act on climate change.
In the wake of high-profile sexual abuse cases in U.S. Olympic sports, the U.S. Center for SafeSport is now receiving an average of 239 reports a month.
Actor Olivia Munn and women victimized by gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar also spoke about sexual violence during the United Nations General Assembly.
The former USA Gymnastics team doctor argues that punishments for his federal child pornography conviction violate constitutional protections.
Chanel Miller, known only as Emily Doe for years, read her emotional impact statement in a teaser for her first public interview on “60 Minutes.”
"They're getting away with rape," the accuser's attorney said.
Rowena Chiu, a former Miramax assistant, says the disgraced Hollywood mogul sexually assaulted her in 1998 in Venice, Italy.
Tamika Mallory, Linda Sarsour and Bob Bland have all stepped down from their positions as Women's March co-chairs.
Sexual harassment attorney Genie Harrison has tackled Weinstein and Kevin Spacey -- and now she's going after the system.