Lee Radziwill, ‘queen of style’ and sister of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, dies at 85

Forever linked to the former first lady, Radziwill forged her own identity

It’s not just Kirsten Gillibrand who wants paid family leave — Republicans are introducing bills, too

Support for paid family leave is high across the country, transcending gender, race, age and party

A British tabloid published a report on Malia Obama, drawing the ire of social media

‘Malia Obama is a private citizen,’ tweeted fellow first daughter Chelsea Clinton

Media’s treatment of female candidates is historically sexist. How bad will it be this election cycle?

‘There is a narrow universe of acceptable behavior for women’

At least 20 lawsuits making their way through the courts could alter abortion law. Here’s how.

Both supporters and opponents say this is the most fraught time for Roe v. Wade since the 1990s

I’m willing to testify publicly. Why shouldn’t Justin Fairfax do the same?

Fairfax denied that he raped me and for the public, the media and the Virginia General Assembly, that was that

How raising five kids prepared Nancy Pelosi for her current role

Being a mom helped train her to manage a disparate caucus and an unpredictable president

Jill Biden has never wanted to be a political figure, but Joe can’t win the White House without her

‘If anyone can make the case for him, she’s going to be the one who can do it’

Nehanda Abiodun, anti-drug activist, black nationalist and ‘godmother’ of Cuban hip-hop, dies at 68

‘Freedom is freedom, and I’ve been fighting for freedom since I was 10 years old,’ she said in 2014

How both parties are seizing on the long-running battle over abortion

The debate is playing out on the national stage and at the state level