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Zoos are often vilified, but they also act as important hubs of education and conservation

They don’t just inspire us to love animals; they help protect them

This 31-year-old speech therapist was fed up with the education system. So she ran for office in Arizona — and won.

The main thing Kathy Hoffman had going for her was her own tenacity

Najmieh Batmanglij paved the way for Iranian chefs in America. For her latest cookbook, she went back home.

‘Cooking in Iran’ is the culmination of tens of thousands of miles travel through the country

Yale was full of men. Here’s what happened when women arrived.

‘We felt the pressure, but we also felt the opportunity’

Michelle Obama started her book tour. Here are seven takeaways from the first stop.

Thousands of fans turned out for her first book tour stop — 14,000, to be specific

Democrat Stacey Abrams accepts defeat in contentious Georgia governor’s race

‘Let’s be clear, this is not a speech of concession’

‘Widows’ is an elevated heist movie that combines grief and newfound empowerment

This group doesn’t come together for the thrill of the heist, or even with any motivation of greed

A journalist scrutinized Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s clothes on Twitter. The Internet pounced.

A writer tweeted a photograph of the Democratic congresswoman-elect from behind

She quit Instagram. She also helped create it.

Bailey Richardson was one of Instagram’s original employees before Facebook bought the app in 2012

People are losing hope. So they’re turning to witchcraft.

For many, witches and witchcraft offer a sense of control in a chaotic world

I grew up experiencing anti-Semitism, yet I didn’t discuss it with my kids. After Pittsburgh, I changed that.

I became complacent during a time of dormancy, but I’m realizing I need to do more

A defense lawyer used a thong as evidence in a rape trial. Now women are posting pictures of their own in protest.

#ThisIsNotConsent started trending after news about the case in Ireland spread

These two women were competing for the rose on Vietnam’s ‘The Bachelor.’ Then, they fell in love — with each other.

They’re the show’s first same-sex contestant couple

Kacey Musgraves won album of the year at the CMA Awards. Here’s why that matters.

She’s only the sixth solo female singer to win album of the year in the 52-year history of the CMAs

‘Lights become too bright, sounds become too loud’: This is how I experience anxiety

‘Compassion goes a long, long way’

Michael Avenatti was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence. He says the allegations are ‘completely bogus.’

Police said Avenatti was arrested around 2 p.m. Wednesday

Amid resignations and chaos in Parliament, Theresa May is doubling down on her Brexit plan

Cabinet members stood and denounced her plans Thursday

Why Melania Trump got a White House aide fired

Mira Ricardel, deputy national security adviser, is leaving her post

I see myself reflected in Michelle Obama’s memoir. Chances are you will, too.

Obama’s vulnerability in ‘Becoming’ made me explore my own