Kamala Harris’s Asian American identity is ‘left out of the story.’ That stings, many women say.

The media focuses mostly on Harris’s history-making run as a Black woman

How do Black women see Kamala Harris? There’s a lot that ‘raises eyebrows,’ one expert says.

She is the first woman of color to be on a presidential ticket

130 Black women filed to run for Congress this year. That’s a record.

‘We must be at the table’

The House just doubled funding for endometriosis research, thanks to its second-youngest member

The condition affects 7 million women in the United States and 1 in 10 women worldwide

Rep. Yoho defended himself as the ‘father of daughters.’ That excuse dates back to antebellum days.

‘You can have daughters and accost women, without remorse. You can be married and accost women.’

All eyes are on the Kentucky Senate primary. Women there say voting has never felt so urgent.

‘You don’t hear me when I speak, you don’t hear me when I cry, but you’re going to hear me when I vote’

The DNC sent an email promoting 11 Democratic senators that ‘urgently’ need support. Not one was a woman.

It was a ‘mistake,’ the Democratic National Committee said in a statement

In the face of coronavirus, female world leaders stood out. These women are spurring change on a local level.

Amid a pandemic and protests, local leaders are facing a new challenges

She’s on the front lines of the pandemic. And running for office.

Michelle Au could become the first Asian American woman to serve as a state senator in Georgia