19th Amendment Guaranteeing Women The Right To Vote Was Passed 100 Years Ago TodayThe 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, guaranteeing American women the right to vote, celebrates a big birthday on Tuesday, as it was passed by both chambers of Congress 100 years ago on June 4, 1919.
Oprah Winfrey Keynotes Annual Women In The World SummitShe says women should continue to "rock the boat" and redefine the message that's positive, ambitious, inclusive and "brimming with hope."
New Website For Women's History To Launch FridayThe site is free and will include primary source material, essays, biographies and guidelines for classroom activities.
Study: Female-Led Films Outperform Male Ones"This analysis affirms data showing that diversity has a positive impact on a company's bottom line."
Record Number Of Women Elected To The HouseA tally from the Congressional Research Service said the previous record of 85 representatives served in the 114th Congress, including two members who resigned and one who was elected to fill a vacancy.
Seven Takeaways From Election Night 2018If you asked Democrats going into Tuesday night which governor race they wanted to win the most, they'd likely name Florida first and then Ohio. They won neither.
U.S. Border Patrol Agent Suspected Of Killing 4 WomenAuthorities didn't disclose the victims' names or nationalities and they declined to discuss the evidence or say how the women were killed.
New York City To Commission Statues Honoring Trailblazing Women"Finding monuments that honor women should not be a scavenger hunt."
Women With Early Stage Breast Cancer Can Skip Chemo, Study SaysA groundbreaking study has concluded that most women diagnosed with early stage breast cancer can avoid going through chemotherapy.
Emanuel Administration Signs Order For Minority Hiring On Construction ProjectsThe Emanuel Administration wants to keep better track of how well contractors are adhering to Chicago’s goals for minority hiring on the city’s big construction projects.
Young Women Not Immune From Heart Disease, No. 1 Killer Of Females In U.S.For many women, it’s the last thing on their minds. CBS 2's Irika Sargent reports.
The Women Of CeaseFire: Trying To Bring Calm In A City Of ViolenceThey go to the hospitals and the streets to stop family members and friends from retaliating when a loved one is shot.
[Opinion] Few Women Speakers At Microsoft's "Most Comprehensive Technology Event”
Millennial Musings: Should I Freeze My Eggs?
The Video Game Industry: Good For The Economy, Bad For Women?A new study from the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) highlights the impact the video game industry has on state economies -- and it's mostly good news. Sadly, the gaming industry continues to flail in one critical area: women.