The Susan B. Anthony Museum and House said that pardoning the suffragist only gives more validation to the charges against her.
The U.S. has few statues commemorating women in history, but a new statue being unveiled in Central Park this month could mark the changing of tides as it's the first statue in the park's history that recognizes non-fiction women.
Facing a new class-action lawsuit, Michigan must decide whether to defend its imposition of a punitive and discriminatory tax.
In just a few years, the Trump Administration has turned the United States from a key supporter of healthcare for women and girls into its primary antagonist
Biden said he would reverse the Trump administration's rule preventing Planned Parenthood clinics from obtaining Title X funds.
My rape and assault on Cairo's Tahrir Square in 2011 made headlines the world over, but women in Egypt continued to suffer abuse away from media attention, for years. This might be changing at last.
About four-in-10 Republican men said that women's gains in society have come at the expense of men.
Lack of cohesive police protocol, combined with power imbalance and deep, lingering stigma around menstruation, leads to inevitable potential for abuse.
This isn't just a terrible, temporary situation in a few states. The bans—and the way they're defended in court—could determine the future of U.S. abortion rights.
It has been 60 years since the FDA first approved the birth control pill on May 9, 1960. It emerged as an essential pillar of women's ability to have good quality of life.
Ginsburg "expects to stay in the hospital for a day or two," the U.S. Supreme Court said.
FGM is notoriously difficult to prosecute, with a culture of fear and secrecy protecting perpetrators and failing their victims.
When the COVID-19 pandemic began to impact the U.S, our inboxes started to flood with messages from people needing help.
"We're in a state of war; we're in a humanitarian crisis," said María de la Luz Estrada, the coordinator of the National Citizen's Observatory of Femicide.
International Women's Day is celebrated each year on March 8 to acknowledge the achievements of women and push for further equality and representation.
The artists behind the Google Doodle wanted to show how much the women's rights movement has grown since the Suffragettes.
"We seem to be hitting a wall," said Pedro Conceição, head of UNDP's Human Development Report Office.
The doodle shows a portrait of Anthony on a brick wall, while a line of diverse women wait to vote.
The ERA would protect all of us—and it has finally been ratified by three-fourths of the states. Clear the roadblocks. It's time to amend the Constitution.
Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley called out the education secretary for a remark she made at a Washington, D.C. event.
Will the proposed amendment guaranteeing equal protection regardless of sex become part of the Constitution?
Neither Utah nor any other state can defend what amounts to state-sanctioned discrimination.
South Carolina could be the state that finally allows the Equal Rights Amendment to be ratified and guarantee equal rights for women in the U.S. Constitution.
It's no secret that the United States is outright rejecting international norms and agreements, but creating and expanding policies that erode our commitment to protecting women and families is a travesty.
The Brexit Party leader also accused other British political party leaders of being "anti-American" when pressed for his views on past Trump comments.
In non-medical settings, performing the exam would be tantamount to committing sexual abuse in the first degree if the bill becomes law.
The attorney for a woman who could face jail time and being forced to register as a sex offender for going topless in her own home claims that the law is unfair and discriminatory against women.
"He has been the women's president. This president has done more for women—it's unparalleled," Gina Loudon said.