Women spoke out. Now, Nike is expanding its protections for pregnant athletes.

The policy will lengthen the period that guarantees a pregnant athlete’s pay and bonuses cannot be cut

Does the U.S. women’s soccer team actually earn less than the men’s?

With all of the talk of equal pay, here are the facts

The story behind the Photoshopped female CEOs

The picture featured 15 men and two women. Something about the women looked off.

U.S. women’s soccer sets a record in 13-0 victory over Thailand

The game was the most lopsided victory in World Cup history for men or women

All eyes are on the U.S. women’s soccer team — and they’re using the World Cup stage to push for equality

Beyond the players’ recent equal pay lawsuit, they are also fighting for women’s soccer worldwide

Breastfeeding moms don’t have to go it alone. Here are 4 ways partners can pitch in.

The biological reality of breastfeeding places a huge physical and mental strain on women

Women were essential to the civil rights movement, but they’re largely unknown. Listen and learn their stories.

Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) shines a light on leaders like Dorothy Height, Septima Clark, Dorothy Cotton and Amelia Boynton

‘It had to be revolution’: Women of Sudan are protesting for equal rights in the post-Bashir era

Laws in Sudan compel women to get a male relative’s approval to marry or divorce

I watched 21 Marvel movies to prep for the arrival of ‘Avengers: Endgame.’ I saw a decade of progress for women.

When the Marvel Cinematic Universe expanded, it did so in a way that included everyone

This isn’t the first time the U.S. has considered drafting women. It was debating the issue in 1945.

History shows that if the military need is great enough, women will be drafted no matter what