In these hypermasculine professions, women often keep quiet about harassment and assault

From a female firefighter to Sen. Martha McSally, these women ‘tolerated it'

The Afghan government has been excluded from peace talks. That hasn’t stopped its first lady from getting involved.

First lady Rula Ghani is pushing for women’s involvement in the peace process between the U.S. and the Taliban

Republicans are pushing another incorrect claim about abortion to win over voters

That outrage playbook worked in 2016. Will it work in 2020?

One year ago, a bill targeting online sex trafficking took effect. Sex workers say the consequences have been devastating.

Some say ‘FOSTA-SESTA’ is, at best, a major inconvenience; at worst, a death sentence

In historic election, Lori Lightfoot becomes Chicago’s first black female and openly gay mayor

In the runoff election, she defeated Toni Preckwinkle, another black woman

Why a Texas flight attendant was forced to spend six weeks in an ICE detention center

Her employer scheduled her to fly to Mexico; customs officials detained her upon her return

Colleges will need to respond to the new DeVos rules on campus sexual assault. How should they do it?

Conforming campus rules to the new federal mandates will require time and attention, with difficult trade-offs that may divide campus communities

Theresa May shouldn’t be pitied. She’s part of the problem.

She is the worst prime minister in living memory, presiding over a crisis of her own creation.

Despite Trump’s travel ban, this couple is building a life together in the U.S. For others, that’s not the case.

Americans married to citizens from travel ban countries have reached out to The Post to share their stories

Nancy Pelosi says Trump is ‘just not worth it’ to impeach

The country’s most powerful Democrat thinks that impeachment would be too divisive