The latest news on gender
Former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher's asset was not in being a male politician in a female body.
Pay gaps persist nationwide, but can legislators really close it?
More female senators don’t necessarily mean better laws.
The programs for women and other minorities may not fully reflect what an MBA program is really like.
There may be reason to question how useful UT—Austin’s statistics are, however.
Several Florida cities are among the 10 with the lowest estimated wage gaps. Why?
The coverage of female Olympic athletes has focused on athlete's appearances, rather than their accomplishments.
CAIRO (AP) — There was no way Alaa al-Mizyen, a 22-year-old Saudi investment consultant, was missing this Olympic match. While her family slept in late Friday morning, she alone was awake and glued to the TV.
Two women aren't expected to win, but will their inclusion make a difference for equality? Not likely.
Female physicians face gender biases related to salaries and promotions, according to new research.