Farewell to our readers

She The People ends after three years.

Grandma Gatewood survived domestic violence to walk the Appalachian Trail alone at 67

In 1955, Emma Gatewood, 67 years old and the survivor of an abusive marriage, set off on a walk -- and became the first woman to hike the Appalachian Trail by herself.

Blanche White, maid turned sleuth in ’90s murder mystery series, is back

Barbara Neely's ground-breaking mystery series featuring an African-American housekeeper named Blanche White is back in e-books.

What leading feminists want to accomplish this year

The women behind last year's biggest feminist movements are coming back for more in 2015.

How street harassment became a national conversation in 2014

Was it "the year of the tipping point"?

Woman rides in Rose Bowl parade almost 60 years after being snubbed because of her race

Joan Williams lost the opportunity in 1958 to ride on a float in Pasadena's Rose Parade when the city learned the light-skinned woman was African-American. Thursday that wrong will be righted.

Janay Rice, Anita Sarkeesian, and ‘Jackie’: Three women who made us get mad in 2014

Three women's experience with violence -- real and virtual -- that grabbed our attention during the past year.

Will holiday filmgoers remember or care about Sony’s insulting e-mails?

Along with all its other problems, the studio managed to insult fans who buy a big chunk of movie tickets.

Is Uber’s surge pricing fair?

Uber's surge pricing policy comes under criticism, but that may be ok

SVU’s Mariska Hargitay says no more to rape and domestic violence

"Det. Olivia Benson" turns her energy in real life to helping the victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

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