If the recent New York Times poll is right, women are breaking for Republicans in the midterm election. But the real poll comes on Nov. 2.
A recent event with First Lady Michelle Obama was a reminder of how powerful the women's vote is, how hard the fight was to win it and why it's so important to use it.
While audiences were treated to one of the most exciting pro-labor films in decades at last month's Toronto Festival, a real-life struggle was going on outside.
October is domestic violence awareness month. Domestic violence affects two million women in the United States each year.
Exactly 90 years ago today, women finally won the right to vote.
Cracking down on phony "pregnancy crisis centers," One Nation jobs march, happy birthday Social Security and more.
The United States ranks 41st in maternal mortality. Between 1987 and 2006, the U.S. rate doubled, from 6.6 deaths per 100,000 births to 13.3 deaths.
The struggle for health care reform showed us what we are up against, and what we are fighting for.
"Julie and Julia" is the most underrated movie of the year.
With the spectacular response of the movie "Precious," this might be the moment that some movies are sending urgent messages to us about a "world war" against women.