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I Am an Immigrant: 81 Fashion Celebrities Stand Together

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In the wake of President Donald J. Trump’s executive order restricting immigration from seven, predominantly Muslim countries, no fewer than 80 of fashion’s...

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Gen. Lori Robinson becomes first woman to lead top-tier U.S. combat command

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Air Force Gen. Lori J. Robinson became the first woman to lead a top-tier U.S. warfighting command when she took over as leader of the North American Aerospace Defense Command

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Serena Williams: First woman athlete in 32 years to be Sports Illustrated ‘Sportsperson of the Year’

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Serena Williams has been named Sports Illustrated’s 2015 Sportsperson of the Year. It is the first time in more than three decades the honor has gone to a woman athlete

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Bratz dolls get makeover into inspiring women

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That’s the idea behind Vancouver artist Wendy Tsao’s “Mighty Doll” project, in which she takes Bratz dolls and turns them into women she wants children to admire

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Doris Lessing Is Dead at 94

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Doris Lessing, the uninhibited and outspoken novelist who won the 2007 Nobel Prize for a lifetime of writing that shattered convention, both social and artistic, died at her home in London. She was 94

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Reports of Military Sexual Assault Rise Sharply

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Reports of sexual assault in the military increased sharply during the last fiscal year, new Pentagon figures showed

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Pope says Church must end obsession with gays, contraception, abortion

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Philip Pullella

Francis, the first non-European pope in 1,300 years, the first from Latin America and the first Jesuit pope, did not hold out the prospect of any changes soon to such moral teachings

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Women’s Day Gains Growing Political Significance in Tunisia

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The holiday has taken on a greater political significance in post-revolutionary Tunisia. This year, simultaneous pro- and anti-government demonstrations will take place in Tunis to commemorate the day

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NASA picks 8 new astronauts, 4 of them women

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Marcia Dunn

The eight — all in their 30s — were chosen from more than 6,000 applications received early last year, the second largest number ever received

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U.N. expert says India's new anti-rape law is insufficient

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India missed a golden opportunity to tackle violence against women, by enacting a law that toughens punishments against sex offenders but fails to address the root causes....

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Research on Youth Views on Gender Equality


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Political power "firmly in men's hands," global parliamentary official says

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