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‘This is not me’: Monica Diaz, homeless, struggles to keep her full-time job — and her dignity

The rise of tent encampments is changing the face of American homelessness

Decades later, enslaved ‘comfort women’ are finally being recognized as a wartime atrocity

Hundreds of thousands were forced to serve as prostitutes to the Japanese army during World War II

Mollie Tibbetts is still missing. Her father is pleading for information.

It’s been almost two weeks since the 20-year-old disappeared on a jog

I’m a black woman in corporate America. I know I always have to be ready to prove myself.

My elevator pitch is always ready

I interviewed dozens of unaccompanied minors. Their stories were terrifying.

Send me a teddy bear, said a pregnant child, who had crossed the border alone

Fertility awareness methods can be confusing. Here’s a breakdown of 5 different approaches.

When used correctly, it can be used to achieve or prevent pregnancy

Can you name #5WomenArtists? Here’s a list to get you started.

From Alma Woodsey Thomas to Amy Sherald

Homeless women, who experience high rates of violence, ‘need a #MeToo moment’

‘We need someone to stand up and be their voice’

2017 was a big year for women in Hollywood. The number of female leads still went down.

ANALYSIS | Women made up 24 percent of featured protagonists

A Yelp for accessibility: The app that’s trying to change the conversation about disability

Maayan Ziv is building a more wheelchair-friendly world