Trump left international abortion rights in shambles, activists say. Can Biden undo the damage?

Biden vowed to repeal the ‘global gag rule,’ but Trump’s ‘anti-woman rhetoric’ isn’t necessarily going away

A Black woman is set to make history as Boston mayor. ‘Her win is my win,’ these residents say.

Kim Janey is poised to shake up ‘an old-boys’ network’

After a relentless year, these Black women are prioritizing self-care on MLK Day

‘We deserve to just take a break’

Ask Dr. Andrea: I already failed at ‘Dry January.’ Do I have a drinking problem?

It feels like a punchline, but after the Capitol mob, I broke my sober streak

Remote learning is transforming sex education for teens — and adults

Advocates say changes are here to stay, from greater accessibility to totally new curriculums

More than 100 million women use Flo, a period-tracking app. Here’s why some are deleting it.

‘We get targeted ads enough — I thought it would be a safe space’

What Kelly Loeffler’s loss in Georgia does — and doesn’t — say about White women and Trumpism

Despite her recent loss, her brand of politics isn’t going anywhere

The Color of Money with Michelle Singletary: How do I budget for a baby?

The Washington Post’s award-winning personal-finance columnist tackles your money concerns

This week’s SCOTUS ruling sends a ‘chilling signal’ on the future of abortion rights

Abortions have been available by mail during coronavirus. Not anymore.

These activists helped end the U.K.’s ‘tampon tax.’ Here’s what they’re fighting for next.

‘It’s a great success that finally, in 2021, [people] don’t have to pay extra money to bleed’

She was arrested by Capitol Police for protesting Kavanaugh. The response to pro-Trump rioters was ‘an outrage.’

Women’s rights activists familiar with protesting at the Capitol are criticizing the tepid response

In Lisa Montgomery, formerly incarcerated women see echoes of their own stories: ‘She never had a chance to just live’

Criminal justice advocates say the profound abuse she suffered as a child is not unusual for women in prisons

Kamala Harris has elevated the Blindian community: ‘It’s a validation of the identity I’ve had to fight for’

With a Black father and an Indian mother, Harris is part of a group that has struggled for acceptance.

The Capitol riots prompted reflection on school shootings for these students and teachers

As lawmakers described the trauma, some said that type of fear is a deeply felt reality in schools

One way women in D.C. are trying to identify pro-Trump rioters? Dating apps.

Profiles showed men in MAGA hats, with #StopTheSteal in their bios

A shocking 156,000 women left jobs in December. Here’s what’s behind that number.

Black women and Latinas were hit hardest

2020 zapped my creativity. I’m slowly finding my way back to art.

When I wasn’t producing, I questioned my identity as an artist