A brain-imaging study suggests the hormone might play a role in differences in how men and women speak.
The tennis player is arguably the era’s greatest athlete, but she has fewer endorsements than other less-successful players.
Paul Weitz's new film achieves what few movies have before: It assumes that a woman can be old and interesting at the same time.
A look at the grueling training soldiers must complete to receive the coveted black-and-yellow tab.
The drug's controversial approval yesterday comes on the heels of two previous unsuccessful attempts, lingering questions about safety, and uncertainty about whether or not it really works.
Straight Outta Compton attempted to bolster his legacy by leaving part of it out.
The top admiral says “there is no reason” why women can’t join the elite unit if they can pass the notoriously difficult training program.
If earning a degree is key to getting single mothers—and their families—out of poverty, why is it so difficult for them to attend college?
This Friday, two female soldiers will graduate from the elite program.
A director at the fashion brand Hervé Léger has served up yet another reminder of the hostility fashion houses can hold for the people who wear their creations.
The world’s most powerful celebrity is gracing the cover of Vogue with her hair looking distinctly un-pretty. That’s a pretty great thing.
The Colorado Court of Appeals has ruled against Masterpiece Cakeshop, which refused to provide services for a gay wedding in July 2012.
What a scout’s success in the Heartland says about the modeling industry
Many elder-care facilities are ill-equipped to deal with the needs of transgender seniors, who fear that a move to assisted living may leave them vulnerable to discrimination and harassment.
Jeb Bush suggested that the federal government is spending too much money on female-specific services. He's wrong.
Women who wear makeup earn more and are treated better. This has steep costs, in both money and time.
The jobs that are least vulnerable to automation tend to be held by women.
Most of the big names in futurism are men. What does that mean for the direction we’re all headed?
Why a pro-life Twitter hashtag—like the larger campaign to defund Planned Parenthood—is terrible for public health
A new study reveals that adolescents—male and female—still largely prefer men in leadership positions.
Companies that overvalue alpha-male behavior need to change—both to retain female talent and for the bottom line.