Taking a break from work to raise a kid? Do these 5 things to ensure you’re ready to reenter the workforce

One tip: Stay informed. The biggest hurdle in returning to work is a lack of industry knowledge.

I’m saying goodbye to New York City. Here are the 7 places I’ll miss.

I’m grateful for the bone-weary ugliness of some of the moments, and for the divine intermezzos in between

Capt. Rosemary Mariner broke barriers throughout her career in the Navy. Her funeral featured a historical first, too.

Mariner became the first woman to fly a tactical fighter jet in 1974

Making history three times over: Meet Amal Awad, the new police chief in a suburban D.C. town

‘This is important, not just for me but for other women in public safety’

Asparagus and crunchy peanut butter: How this top chef rediscovered her roots through food

Anita Lo’s New York restaurant, Annisa, held a Michelin star for nine years

Karen Pence’s politics horrify me. But her return to work is a feminist victory.

Her choice paves the way for first and second spouses of the future to preserve their careers

Women are entering a new era of political influence. Gabriela Hearst is dressing them for it.

She says she wants to give women ‘uniforms for their lives so they feel comfortable in their power’

Being funny at work can hurt women, new study shows

In a setting where you don’t know your audience, women may want to roll out the jokes cautiously

Sarah Thomas became the first female on-field official in an NFL playoff game. It’s not the first time she’s made history.

She was the first woman to officiate a college football bowl game, among other firsts

While corporate boards grow more diverse, the C-suite remains the same

The board frequently serves as a smokescreen to conceal just how white a company’s leaders are