The iconic sitcom was credited with changing white people’s views of African Americans.
She The People contributors who are daughters of the Middle East offered insights last year about the effect of Malala Yousafzai’s rising star on the West and, more importantly, on their home region.
Some have focused on a June altercation in which Solo allegedly attacked two family members, but there was another domestic violence incident involving the soccer star.
Could it have something to do with despite the fact there are more women in Congress than ever before, men are still in charge?
In comments Monday, the retired neurosurgeon and potential presidential candidate said the public should “not all jump on the bandwagon of demonizing this guy.”
Wendy Davis, the Texas gubernatorial candidate who rose to national political stardom by filibustering a restrictive abortion bill, reveals her decision to terminate a pregnancy 17 years ago.
The 13-year-old Philadelphia pitcher’s performance during the Little League World Series redefined the term “throws like a girl.” But does she really have a future as a professional athlete?
In a Q&A, Gail Christopher, who heads an initiative to promote racial “healing,” talks about why racial inequality and injustice persist despite episodes of progress.
Hillary Clinton has had much to say of late about foreign policy, but so far has not weighed in on a domestic U.S. crisis.
Palin’s point-by-point rebuttal of Warren’s Netroots Nation speech on progressive ideals has drawn cheers and jeers.