How doing a good deed gets you ten months in Saudi Arabia.
Tuesday, Feb. 19, marks the half-century anniversary of the publication of a book that changed women’s lives. The book was “The Feminine Mystique,” written by Smith College graduate Betty Friedan.
Taylor Swift declined to call herself a feminist in an interview with the Daily Beast. Then Katy Perry accepted Billboard’s Woman of the Year award by proclaiming that she’s not a feminist.
Terry Tempest Williams identifies the moment she became a feminist.
Chile is still woefully dependent on the extraction of natural resources, which exposes members of the workforce to a life of danger.
May the Right be right that, in Sotomayor, another secret radical is inching her way onto the Court.
My guest this week is Jennifer Baumgardner, the feminist author and activist whose latest book is "Abortion and Life."
John McCain has been dropping an awful lot of praise for Hillary Clinton into his speeches lately.