It's campaign season and for some politicians the race is on -- straight to the shooting range to show off their skills.
As the solemn season of Lent begins, a survey shows a desire and expectation for change.
The conservative gathering gives activists a chance to mull over "the woman problem," yet not many high-profile, elected women will be on the stage.
The writer, who attended Harvard in the late 1980s, identifies with the students protesting against racism, and recalls a campus rife with many different conflicts.
Students are calling attention to their experiences with a play and a photo campaign.
The former first lady's remarks come as there has been speculation that her son Jeb Bush is thinking about a 2016 White House run, which could pit him against Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Wendy Davis made history, becoming only the second woman in Texas history to win a major party nomination for governor. But now what?
A new poll has some interesting stats on how potential 2016 voters view Hillary Clinton--her gender, tenure at State, and whether she is likeable enough
It's no surprise that states that led the way in granting women the right to vote also were the first to elect them to higher offices.
The film industry has notoriously favored male storytellers and male-centric narratives. But the 86th Academy Awards ceremony gave women much to be hopeful for.