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Samantha Schmidt is a reporter focused on gender and family issues for The Washington Post. She previously worked on The Post's Morning Mix team, and as a reporting fellow for the New York Times.
“This is where we find out who the real birders are every year,” the D.C. Audubon Society president said.
The federal rules would allow some employers to deny insurance coverage of birth control on religious or moral grounds.
Some see the Boy Scouts accepting girls as poaching from the Girl Scouts, while others see it as offering girls the same opportunities as boys
The class, new to D.C. this fall, is part of a growing movement that rejects tango’s traditional gender roles.
Several same-sex surviving spouses across the country have been denied social security benefits based on a nine-month marriage requirement.
No injuries were reported in the blaze, which broke out early Saturday morning.
D.C. Council asked to pass permanent legislation exempting parent-led play cooperatives from the requirements of licensed day-care facilities.
A federal judge dismissed criminal charges against two Michigan doctors in a female genital mutilation case that was the first of its kind.
The law, one of the strictest in the country, “unequivocally” infringes on women’s constitutional rights, the judge ruled.
"Do you want to have a drink with me?” Kwame Anderson asked. The man paused.