‘I have heard you loud and clear’: Hong Kong leader apologizes after second massive march against bill to allow extradition to China

Chief executive Carrie Lam suspended the extradition bill last week, but has declined to fully withdraw it

Nancy Pelosi has become a fashion influencer, though she may not acknowledge it

She stays largely mum when her clothes draw attention

After Brexit failures, Theresa May will resign to make way for a new prime minister

She will resign as her party’s leader on June 7

‘Get ready, because reform is here’: Lori Lightfoot is sworn in as Chicago’s 56th mayor

She is the city’s first black female leader as well as its first openly gay one

An unintended consequence of #MeToo: More male managers avoid mentoring women or meeting alone with them

When men back away from these relationships, it can make it harder for women to get promoted

To honor Alice Rivlin’s legacy, America should try to do better

We lost a person who still had confidence in Americans’ ability to transcend our differences

As Liz Cheney faces a dilemma over her future, the GOP wonders: How high can she go?

She can either continue to climb the House leadership ladder or run for a Wyoming Senate seat

Two high-profile cases in India highlight the limits of the #MeToo movement

On Monday, India’s chief justice was cleared of sexual harassment claims

Carolyn Meadows, new NRA president, says Rep. Lucy McBath won her seat in Congress only because she’s a ‘minority female’

McBath is one of the leading proponents for gun control in Congress

India’s top judge has been accused of sexual harassment, engulfing the country’s Supreme Court in turmoil

The case highlights the country’s absence of clear mechanisms for dealing with such claims against judges