Watch this news clip on a decision by a private corporation in the free market — or as the Fox hosts call it, "the tyranny of the minority."
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Bay Area therapists and physicians are seeing a surge in the number of families seeking advice -- and sometimes medical intervention -- to help kids whose perceived genders and bodies don't seem to match.
The safety net has become a sieve, Caroline Fredrickson writes, in her new book 'Under The Bus,' about how workers' rights continue to elude working women.
Less Than 100, a pop-up shop that charges woman a discount to reflect wage gaps, asks, "What are women worth? What can they afford?"
Nice and polite as Iowans were toward Hillary Clinton, many of them -- even Democrats -- aren't quite ready to commit for 2016.
Women have made huge strides on Capitol Hill since Barbara Mikulski took office in 1987.
It's time to treat catcalling like the threat it is.