WASHINGTON — If you could go back in time and kill Adolf Hitler before World War II begins, would you do it? Researchers recently analyzed data from more than 6,000 people who were asked this…
WASHINGTON – The D.C.-based National Center on Sexual Exploitation is calling for a boycott of the new movie “Fifty Shades of Grey,” saying it glamorizes sexual violence. Based on the book series, which has sold…
A brewing controversy between grass and turf for the 2015 Women\’s World Cup has shed light on larger issues of gender inequality in the sport.
GERMANTOWN, Md. (AP) — Maryland Rep. John Delaney is hosting a panel discussion on the challenges facing women in the workforce. The panel is scheduled for Wednesday in Germantown at Montgomery College. The discussion is…
A powerful new ad campaign challenges sexist stereotypes and urges
young girls to just be themselves.
It\’s said that women compose just 24 percent of the overall ridership in the D.C. region, and a number of issues help explain the disparity.
Women are taking active leadership roles in companies around the
country and a recent survey says more people want a more feminine and transparent
leader as opposed to a macho one.
Men and women are different and their approach to food should be too.
Next week is National Women\’s Health Week, and surgeon and patient advocate Dr. Peter Edelstein says women face a lot of unique medical challenges.
Lawmakers have revived a long-stalled effort to create a National Women\’s History Museum in the nation\’s capital.
Her father was \”The Greatest,\” but Laila Ali says with the right mindset anyone can achieve their full potential.
More than 100 years since the first woman earned her pilot\’s license, there is still a significant gap between the number of women and men involved in aviation.
Research explains why women tend to be colder than men.
According to a Forbes.com review, women in D.C. come closer to matching men\’s pay compared to women in other cities.
A lengthy commute can be par for the course in the D.C. area, but a new study is finding daily gridlock is taking its toll on women more than men.