‘Just like any Olympian’: For the first time, Paralympians will get equal pay for their achievements

We spoke with several women competing in Tokyo about what this means for them

This unit of Black women made history in World War II. They’re finally getting broader recognition.

This year, the Senate passed a bill that would give the 6888th a Congressional Gold Medal

Zaila Avant-garde on her hidden talent — and no, it’s not basketball dribbling

We caught up with the 14-year-old a week after she made history at the National Spelling Bee

Lisa Taddeo’s new novel has ‘a lot of darkness and trauma.’ It was written for those who can relate.

‘Animal,’ like her best-selling nonfiction book ‘Three Women,’ centers on women’s desire

They can’t watch athletes compete in Tokyo. So these girls are cheering Team USA from home.

These women and girls cheered on their favorite athletes ahead of the Tokyo Olympics

Forceps, breast pumps, IUDs: This exhibit puts motherhood on display

Joy and trauma exist side by side in Designing Motherhood

Navajo Nation celebrates its first official Pride parade after a devastating year

‘We’re here, we survived and we’re going to be okay’

Black women have always led the fight for reparations. ‘They’re not getting their due,’ historians say.

Here are three women throughout history you might not know about

New York City’s first road race since the pandemic is women-only. 3,000 runners will carry on a storied legacy.

The New York Mini 10K made history in 1972 as the first official women’s road race

For this 24-year-old, fighting for Palestinian rights is ‘the most core part of my identity’

Lea Kayali is one of many Palestinian women continuing a long-held tradition of fighting for liberation