Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, guest-edited British Vogue. See which women she put on the cover.

The magazine features a ‘candid conversation’ between Meghan and former first lady Michelle Obama

Lois Wille, Pulitzer Prize-winning pillar of Chicago journalism, dies at 87

Her reporting sparked policy changes that helped poor women across Illinois receive contraceptive information and services

How 6 female photojournalists saw the world — according to their photographs for Life magazine

See some of the photographs — taken by Margaret Bourke-White and five other women — that are featured in a New-York Historical Society exhibition

Her husband was killed in a mass shooting. Now she’s finishing his life’s work.

Sportswriter John McNamara never had the chance to finish his last book. Andrea Chamblee did it for him.

A female journalist wanted to profile a candidate for governor. He told her she had to be accompanied by a male colleague.

Citing ‘the optics’ of being alone with reporter Larrison Campbell, Mississippi state Rep. Robert Foster denied the request

After Arizona reporters were critical of Stephanie Grisham, the new White House press secretary, she yanked their access

In Arizona, she remains well-liked by the press, though the relationship could be contentious at times

Stephanie Grisham, the first lady’s communications director, to succeed Sarah Sanders as White House press secretary

The move was first announced by Melania Trump in a tweet Tuesday

The irresistible authenticity of Gayle King

Our culture needed an adult. She rose to the challenge.

This BBC news host decided to put more women on air. Now teams and companies around the world are replicating his idea.

The effort is known as ‘the 50:50’ — and it’s working

‘People are still dying’: Photojournalist Eloisa Lopez documents the consequences of the Philippines’ war on drugs

Photos from this year’s Anja Niedringhaus Courage in Photojournalism Award winner and honorees