The September jobs report was disappointing for women. Here’s why 3 have decided to leave the workforce.

Many experts expected pandemic recovery to look better for women by now

Abortion care is a ‘calling’ for this Texas doctor. Now he faces a dilemma: Risk lawsuits, or quit.

Joe Nelson is weighing his options as courts weigh in on the nation’s strictest abortion ban

There’s an epidemic of missing Indigenous women. One mother wants answers about her daughter.

Pepita Redhair has been missing since March 2020, when she was 27

These women marched for the right to abortion before Roe v. Wade. Now, they’re doing it again.

Women protesting in New York City said the current abortion fight feels like a step ‘backwards’

She’d never been to a Women’s March. Then Texas banned almost all abortions.

Dawn Fritts traveled to D.C. from Fort Wayne, Ind., with seven women she didn’t know

California will become the first state to track the violent deaths of LGBTQ people

Such a program is crucial in understanding why this community faces disproportionate violence, advocates say

A Catholic school rescinded a coach’s job offer when it learned she was married to a woman. Students protested — and won.

Benet Academy alumni, parents and students rallied on behalf of lacrosse coach Amanda Kammes

Rapists can request custody in many states. Arizona is the latest to make it harder.

‘Even with these new laws, it’s not even close to leveling the playing field,’ said one legal expert

California is turning hotels into permanent housing. What could initiatives like this do for unhoused women?

Women of color can face compounded issues when experiencing homelessness

These women say they were sexually abused by Southern Baptist leaders. Now they’re forcing a reckoning.

An investigation of the church’s handling of allegations is moving forward. Women have been telling their stories for years.