"No one told me being an adult would involve this much worry about my trash pickup days."
Astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir are headed to the International Space Station four days earlier to replace a failed battery power controller.
On the second anniversary since the Me Too movement went viral, the founder reminds us to center survivors, not perpetrators.
"Putting on and taking off a sports bra counts as exercise. Don’t @ me."
German philosopher and researcher Heide Goettner-Abendroth talked to HuffPost France about indigenous cultures that put respect for women at the forefront.
A PRRI survey suggests there is no state in which more than 25% of residents support a total ban on abortion.
The lobbyists reportedly created a presentation that compares the men's and women's team's benefits to prove that the women aren't underpaid.
Chantel Grant and Andrea Stoudemire were members of Mothers Against Senseless Killings, which fights to end gang violence on Chicago's South Side.
The law required doctors to tell patients they could reverse their "medicated abortion" if they acted quickly and underwent what a judge called "unproven medical treatment."
Martina Pastorino traveled over 400 miles on foot to deliver the message that "to be a woman is to be strong."
In the wake of high-profile sexual abuse cases in U.S. Olympic sports, the U.S. Center for SafeSport is now receiving an average of 239 reports a month.
“A true friend can’t be jealous of you, or want to take advantage of you in any way," Winfrey says of the duo's decades-long friendship.
Plus: The reality of India’s beauty parlor workers.
Michelle Bolen claims leaders at Kansas City's St. Therese Catholic School were concerned about her pregnancy causing public “scandal.”
Chanel Miller, known only as Emily Doe for years, read her emotional impact statement in a teaser for her first public interview on “60 Minutes.”
Those who stood up to the status quo are the book's focus, including Madame Curie,?Shirley Chisholm and Ellen DeGeneres.
Virginia Giuffre says she was raped by Prince Andrew three times when she was 17 years old at Epstein's request.
"I couldn’t believe that even royalty was involved," Virginia Roberts Giuffre said in an NBC interview.