Gloria Steinem On #MeToo, Trump And Creating Change
Gloria Steinem on #MeToo and her own experiences with sexual harassment. (Note to men: She bites)
Health Insurance Was Las Vegas Attack's Other Villain
One couple's harrowing ordeal didn't end when the shooting stopped.
King of Bollywood's Menstruation Movie
Akshay Kumar's latest movie, 'Padman,' tells the story of a superhero who doesn't wear a cape or have a superpower. It's about the man who launched India's sanitary pad revolution.
How PG&E is Working to Power the Clean Energy Future
'You can solve cost, climate and public health all at the same time,' says chief sustainability officer Melissa Lavinson.
Sustainability is Good Business for Sealed Air Corp.
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.
Gymboree 'Jewish Star' Toddler Dress Sparks Uproar
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.
The Most Forgotten Island in Post-Hurricane America
What happens when you have to dig out of two Category 5 hurricanes on an island few people even know exists?
Even Emojis Are Sexist
With so much focus on gender, race and sexual orientation in Hollywood, awards shows, corporate boards—pretty much everywhere—emojis are shaping up to be the next battleground over representation.
30 Million Newborns Could Die by 2030
Despite a steady decrease in the number of children dying before age 5, 7,000 newborns died every day last year.
'Fresh Off the Boat' Addresses the GOP Assault on DACA
The writers of the ABC sitcom find that 'what's happening now is all very personal for us.'
Finally, Lingerie That Fits Real Women
Model Amber Tolliver, the face of the celebrated Aerie Real campaign, has launched a new line of bras that are sexy and fit all body types.
Amber Rose Tackles the Tampon Tax in Exclusive Video
On the eve of her third annual SlutWalk march, model Amber Rose stars in a new PSA to raise awareness about the tampon tax.
Menendez Murders: Everything to Know Before Series Airs
The infamous story of two brothers who murdered their parents gets the "Law & Order" treatment. Here are the facts of the case.
'Stronger:' The Marathon Bombing Film We Need
The movie tells the story of attack survivor Jeff Bauman, a symbol of the #BostonStrong movement.
World Leaders Really Don't Understand Women
A survey of policymakers in five developing countries found many are 'operating in the dark' about the challenges girls and women face.
White Supremacists Blamed for Racist Posters in Houston
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.
The Truth About Doulas: They Aren't Just for the Rich
A new web series follows four women attending their clients through a c-section, a miscarriage and a live birth.
White Supremacists Go Back to School
White supremacist group Identity Evropa doubles down on recruitment efforts at U.S. colleges and universities.
Donald Trump vs. Vanity Fair's Graydon Carter
A look at one of the greatest ongoing feuds between two New York City titans as Carter gets ready to vacate his post after 25 years.
Can the Romantic-Comedy Genre be Saved?
Hallie Meyers-Shyer, the daughter of rom-com master Nancy Meyers, might be the one to do it with her directorial debut, 'Home Again,' starring Reese Witherspoon.
Can Silicon Valley Hack Global Health?
Can a group of tech titans, "Burners" and international surgeons bring simple surgeries to the developing world?
How to Fight White Supremacists
For many Americans, the images coming out of Charlottesville depicted a country they no longer recognized. What, exactly, can they do to make a difference?
'Smart' Toys Promise Better Orgasms—And Lots of Data
A Fitbit for lady bits claims to be the 'world's smartest vibrator,' but what do women do with all that data?
Prankster Reminds Trump of Meaning of Statue of Liberty
Self-described 'cheap, digital version of Banksy' launches a conscientious digital prank to criticize Trump.
'Manhunt: Unabomber:' How an FBI Agent Caught Kaczynski
A new 'Discovery Channel' series chronicles how James Fitzgerald pioneered the use of linguistics in criminal investigations to crack the Unabomber case.
How A Shark Attack Saved 'Shark Week' Star's Life
Australian Navy diver Paul de Gelder survived a troubled childhood only to end up ensnared in the jaws of a vicious shark. Here's his unlikely story.
Whats in a Tampon? Dad's Mission to Transform Hygiene
Before millennial women started launching organic tampon companies, Kenneth Alvandi founded Maxim to offer women 100 percent organic tampons, pads and liners.
Sex and Cancer: How to Talk to Your Doctor
Long-term sexual problems plague many cancer survivors, but there's help if you know how to ask for it.
Is Being a Slacker Dangerous?
Thinking you're less active than your peers can shorten your lifespan.
How to Enjoy Sex After Cancer Treatment
Cancer survivor Tamika Felder is an intimacy advocate who helps others find their way back to sex and pleasure.