The attack left Diallo's Paris St.-Germain teammate unable to play in a championship game.
This is an exciting time for women and men to lead companies as executives and as board directors, but the best real-world data we have supports a system based on merit, not mandatory quotas.
The pandemic has taken a heavier toll on women with children, causing many to quit the workforce, leaving economists to speculate if a return is in sight.
In the past year, one in three women thought about either leaving their jobs or "downshifting" their careers, according to the report.
The report also urged NASA to treat harassment and discrimination "as forms of scientific misconduct."
The 2021 contests yielded several historic firsts, including the city of Boston and the state of Virginia choosing a woman of color for top political offices.
Role models matter. Princess Mako is going to New York, but nobody should have to leave their country to find freedom.
University towns and cities are participating in the so-called "girls night in" to raise awareness and demand better action from the government.
"Men and women are never going to be equal… It's simple biology. Socially, yes, we can be equal, but physically no."
"It's absolutely heartbreaking to tell a mom that she will never get to hold her living child," said Dr. Cheree Melton, a family medicine physician.
It's abundantly clear that as essential as legislative victories are, as helpful as more women on boards are and as important as the increased number of women elected are, real change and power is moving at far too slow a pace.
The man claimed he also kicked out most of his female family after they all turned up wearing white dresses to his wedding.
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told reporters that without women, "There is no way the Afghan economy and society will recover."
This month's jobs data is a timely reminder that there is no economic recovery without women.
The nominations will run the federal prosecutors' offices in Hawaii, Rhode Island, North Carolina, Colorado, Ohio, Vermont and the U.S. Virgin Islands, the White House said Tuesday.
The shopper initially put it on her head, before using it as a face mask, and finally tying it to her front, fashioning a one-sided bikini.
"My heart goes out to [the Petito] family... But we do have a lot of Gabby Petitos in the Black and brown community as well," said Derrica Wilson of the Black and Missing Foundation.
The progress on gender equality that has been lost to the pandemic is a blow. But the path to recovery is a wholesale embrace of gender equality.
The guest wore a white dress with a floral pattern on it, and said the bride claimed she had "upstaged" her, sparking a debate over fashion etiquette.
Only 18 percent of Indigenous women who were reported missing received newspaper media coverage, a state report found.
The U.N. Security Council approved a resolution calling for a government that has "the full, equal and meaningful participation of women."
The 11-point list of rules Carolyn's ex sent included not going within 25 feet of another boy, and sparked a debate over toxic relationships.
The late scientist known for her pioneering research on green tea was the first woman doctor of agriculture in Japan.
Now in hiding in Afghanistan after the Taliban sent her a threatening letter, the prosecutor told Newsweek the group will kill her if she is found.
Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi said the Taliban "will take into account what the people want" when forming a new government, but did not make a commitment.
If I said that my fiancé and I were going to have kids, no one would say: "What if you get divorced?" But everybody is very quick to tell me I'll have nobody to take care of me when I'm older, or that I'm going to regret my choice.
Among men and women who reported incidents of sexual harassment, nearly 75 percent said they were unsatisfied with the complaint process.