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The latest in the college admissions scandal: Actress Lori Loughlin and several others plead not guilty

Thirteen of the accused, including Felicity Huffman, agreed to plead guilty last week

Antiabortion ‘heartbeat’ bills are illegal. Here’s why Republican lawmakers keep passing them.

In the first quarter of 2019, 28 states have introduced legislation that would ban or restrict abortion in some way

There are two different types of hijabs. They’re not created equal.

The democratic hijab is a choice, the tyrannical hijab is forced

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

This teacher was fired after a student obtained her topless selfie. Now she plans to sue the school district.

Lauren Miranda says everything she’s worked for has been taken away because of ‘one innocuous selfie’

At a California women’s hospital, hidden cameras filmed patients during childbirth and miscarriage procedures, a lawsuit says

More than 80 women claim in the lawsuit that they were filmed without their knowledge or consent

National Women’s March group drops application to trademark name after a battle that lasted two years

The fight over who owns the words ‘women’s march’ has come to an end

Female inmates at a county jail were constantly woken up. A judge has ordered an end to the practice.

U.S. District Judge James Donato says sleep is 'critical to human existence’

As Deferred Enforced Departure expires, I’m left vulnerable to deportation to Liberia — a place I’ve never lived

The decision to end the program continues the Trump administration’s callous stripping of protections for immigrants