A woman who suffered a miscarriage was refused vital medication by a pharmacy in Petoskey, Michigan, because the pharmacist cited religious objections, a letter of complaint from the American Civil Liberties
MOSCOW — For more than three years, a Finnish journalist who investigated Russia’s army of vicious internet trolls faced a barrage of false accusations online that she was an American intelligence operative,
The founder of a global abortion-pill provider that has never shipped to the U.S. has quietly started a new service for Americans. For years, an organization called Women on Web has given women a way perform
Procrastination isn't always bad--time it right and the added touch of stress can motivate you to amazing focus and results once you start. But take it too far and critical jobs that could propel your
A new study on Civil War prisoners adds to the evidence suggesting that our parents’—and even grandparents’—experiences might affect our DNA. Often when I complain to my therapist about how stressed out
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Defamation lawsuits filed by two Indian public figures accused of sexual harassment have sparked warnings from women’s rights activists and legal experts that prolonged court battles
Ethiopia’s prime minister Abiy Ahmed is rewarding women’s contributions to the nation’s progress. In a cabinet reshuffle on Tuesday (Oct. 16), Abiy cut the number of ministries from 28 to 20 and named
Anna Burns has become the first Northern Irish author to win the Man Booker prize, taking the £50,000 award for Milkman, her timely, Troubles-set novel about a young woman being sexually harassed by a
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The Belgian defense ministry will sue Google (GOOGL.O) for not complying with its requests to blur satellite images of sensitive military sites, a ministry spokeswoman said on Friday.
It’s not impossible to improve your health and wellness at home – but with daily aggravations ranging from slow-moving traffic to slow-streaming Netflix, sometimes it’s hard to focus on feeling better.
An amateur historian in Canada has highlighted a forgotten story of racial injustice, and one of the country’s earliest segregation lawsuits, in hopes of bringing recognition to civil rights pioneers.