A new study shows that some gender stereotypes have shifted significantly over the decades, while others remain stubbornly in place.
A gender-targeted approach to harm reduction and drug treatment could help close the gaps between how male and female drug users can work toward recovery.
New research finds that attendees at an adult expo are more likely to respect working mothers.
While the U.S. features mainly white men, many countries highlight a more diverse range of people on their currencies.
Millennials may be proving that coming to marriage later, with less rigid roles, is enabling the sort of marriages that Boomers idealized—and too often failed to create.
Maria Mitchell was the only widely recognized and respected female astronomer of her time—something she fought to change.
The amendment was originally defeated in the late 1970s, and today's reignited movement to ratify it has much in common with the earlier fight.
Many such prizes don't even come with award money, but they boost people's careers.
A child stands alongside the Fearless Girl after a ceremony unveiling the statue's new permanent location outside the New York Stock Exchange on December 10th, 2018.
By the morning after Election Day, America knew the number of women in the House of Representatives would hit historic highs. Could the Senate and governors' mansions, too?
A record number of women ran for some of the nation's highest offices this year. Here's how they've influenced the gender make-up of the Senate, the House of Representatives, and the states' governors.
New legislation would require all publicly held companies based in California to have at least one woman on their boards starting next year.
New research finds females still make up a minority of the onscreen population, but they are depicted more often in leadership roles.
A conversation with Rasha El Fangry, the coordinator of the Collaborative for Peace of Sudan.
The student, Max Brennan, was initially required to use a gender-neutral restroom.
Thousands of protesters march during the March4Women event on March 4th, 2018, in London, England.
Thirty-five other women have attempted the course since the Marines first opened it up to women in 2012, but all failed to complete the training.
And that's actually an improvement over recent years.
Director Deniz Gamze Ergüven on critiquing oppression—and shooting a subversive film on the run.