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How Women Who Retire with Their Husbands Often Lose Out

By Liz Weston |
Women who retire when their husbands do may be giving up more wealth than they realize.

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Harry's Launches Shaving Brand for Women

Harry's Launches Shaving Brand for Women

By Alexandra Olson | Oct 18
Harry's has carved out a niche selling men shaving razors direct to their doors. So its logical next step is Flamingo, a direct-to-consumer hair removal and body-care brand for women that launched Tuesday.

Illinois Candidate Once Said Harassment Leads to Promiscuity

Illinois Candidate Once Said Harassment Leads to Promiscuity

By Sara Burnett | Oct 18
A former Miss America who is running for Illinois attorney general once said that many victims of sexual harassment believe what is said about them and "become very promiscuous."

'Horseface': Does it Matter that Trump Ridicules Women?

'Horseface': Does it Matter that Trump Ridicules Women?

By Laurie Kellman | Oct 18
President Donald Trump this week added "Horseface" to a long list of unflattering references to women, including: Fat, ugly, disgusting, "that dog," ''a 10," ''no longer a 10," a slob, "Miss Piggy," ''Miss Housekeeping," wacky and crazy.

Basking in the Tuscan Sun

Basking in the Tuscan Sun

By Anne D'Innocenzio | Oct 17
After going through breast cancer treatment, a journalist returns to Italy for comfort and a deep dive into Tuscan culture.

First Woman Doctor Who Wants to Be a Role Model to All

First Woman Doctor Who Wants to Be a Role Model to All

By John Carucci | Oct 8
Jodie Whittaker calls being cast as the first woman to portray Doctor Who "a step in the right direction" when it comes to gender equality in Hollywood, but doesn't feel that she's broken a glass ceiling because there's more work to be done.

#MeToo Movement Sends Hollywood Figures into Exile, Not Jail

#MeToo Movement Sends Hollywood Figures into Exile, Not Jail

By Andrew Dalton | Oct 8
The #MeToo movement has sent dozens of once-powerful Hollywood players into exile, but few of them have been placed in handcuffs or jail cells.

Missouri Down to 1 Abortion Clinic Amid Legal Battle

Missouri Down to 1 Abortion Clinic Amid Legal Battle

By Summer Ballentine | Oct 4
Missouri is down to one clinic providing abortions Wednesday, after the only other clinic in the state that performs the procedure failed to adhere to new state requirements and its license expired.

How Women Who Retire with Their Husbands Often Lose Out

How Women Who Retire with Their Husbands Often Lose Out

By Liz Weston | Sep 24
Women who retire when their husbands do may be giving up more wealth than they realize.

Shame, Fear: Survivors Explain not Reporting Sexual Assaults

Shame, Fear: Survivors Explain not Reporting Sexual Assaults

By Jocelyn Noveck | Sep 23
There are myriad reasons why survivors of sexual assault wait years to come forward.

Telling Men to 'Step Up,' Sen. Hirono Strides into Spotlight

Telling Men to 'Step Up,' Sen. Hirono Strides into Spotlight

By Mary Clare Jalonick | Sep 21
Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono, one of only four women on the 21-member Senate Judiciary Committee, asked Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh the same questions on sexual harassment she has asked dozens of other nominees.

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