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Google and Facebook are ending their policies of forced arbitration. Will other companies follow?

The policy forces workers to settle sexual harassment claims privately, instead of in court

Miranda Lambert says her song went No. 1 because she sang with a ‘dude,’ and country radio is to blame

Radio is considered a critical component of country music success

How are companies changing their practices in light of the #MeToo movement?

Employment contracts for executives are a big factor

Google employees across the world walk out over sexual harassment allegations, inequality at the company

Last week, a New York Times article revealed the company had suppressed claims of misconduct

‘You better be a guy’: For Americans with only a high school degree, the best-paying jobs go to men

Even as these jobs multiply, women are far outnumbered

Five days into the job, USA Gymnastics head Mary Bono resigns

The announcement came after top stars criticized her appointment

Elizabeth Warren is the favorite in her own race. So she’s trying to get fellow Democrats elected across the country.

Warren’s midterms operation further positions her for a 2020 presidential run

We need more fashion designers who truly respect women

Here are a few fashion houses offering a beacon for female customers

Time’s Up has a new leader, and she just resigned as WNBA’s president

Lisa Borders announced her move Tuesday

Women score higher than men on most leadership traits in new survey

But they still doubt voters want to elect them