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Here’s what was missing from Tuesday night’s Democratic debate

While foreign policy took up a good portion of the first hour of the debate, there was additional room for clarity

Barack Obama said women are ‘indisputably better’ leaders than men. Here’s what it was like to be a woman working in his White House.

‘Being able to see other black women lead work in that White House made me feel like I could do that as well’

DACA gave them hope. In the face of its possible reversal, they ‘won’t give up.’

The Supreme Court is expected to issue a ruling by June

In New Jersey, I was guaranteed paid maternity leave. When I moved to this state, my options drastically changed.

It shouldn’t be this hard

The abortion rate in America falls to lowest level since Roe v. Wade

A new Guttmacher Institute report released on Wednesday outlines dramatic changes in the abortion landscape

Here are winners and losers from the third Democratic debate

Ten candidates qualified for the debate Thursday night in Houston

From higher fees to longer waits, patients face obstacles after Planned Parenthood quits federal program

The organization had served 1.6 million women, or about 41 percent of the participants in the Title X program

Kamala Harris should be commended for retreating from Medicare-for-all. Here’s why.

There are good policy and political reasons to eschew the costly concept

‘A stain on the conscience of our nation’: Pelosi criticizes Senate inaction on gun legislation following Gilroy shootings

In February, the House approved the first major new firearm restrictions to advance in a generation. It hasn’t advanced in the Senate.

Blue states are leading the way in sexual harassment reforms. In red states, women are left behind.

The prevalence of sexual harassment in in the workplace is appallingly high