One couple’s harrowing ordeal didn’t end when the shooting stopped.
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Sealed Air Corporation ranked among the top 10 publicly traded companies in the U.S. for sustainability practices on Newsweek's Green Rankings 2017 list.
The "Buffalo Plaid Dress" featured a six-point red snowflake on its chest that looked uncomfortably similar to the Star of David Jews were forced to wear during the Holocaust.
What happens when you have to dig out of two Category 5 hurricanes on an island few people even know exists?
The writers of the ABC sitcom find that 'what's happening now is all very personal for us.'
On the eve of her third annual SlutWalk march, model Amber Rose stars in a new PSA to raise awareness about the tampon tax.
The infamous story of two brothers who murdered their parents gets the "Law & Order" treatment. Here are the facts of the case.
The hate-propaganda campaign at the diverse Texas school is just the latest in a wave of white supremacist recruitment activities at colleges and universities across the country.
A new web series follows four women attending their clients through a c-section, a miscarriage and a live birth.
A Fitbit for lady bits claims to be the 'world’s smartest vibrator,' but what do women do with all that data?
Self-described ‘cheap, digital version of Banksy’ launches a conscientious digital prank to criticize Trump.
A new 'Discovery Channel' series chronicles how James Fitzgerald pioneered the use of linguistics in criminal investigations to crack the Unabomber case.
Before millennial women started launching organic tampon companies, Kenneth Alvandi founded Maxim to offer women 100 percent organic tampons, pads and liners.
More than 15.5 million Americans are alive today with a history of cancer, but at least 60% suffer long-term sexual problems post-treatment.
The movement to destigmatize menstruation has added a crucial ally: men.