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A secretly recorded conversation with the group’s medical director has ignited a heated debate over its handling of fetal tissue.
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A federal appeals court rules that the Little Sisters of the Poor received a sufficient religious accommodation.
Now that same-sex couples have the right to wed, will higher-ed institutions that condemn LGBT students still be eligible for federal funding?
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The success of the gay-rights cause has many in politics—particularly on the left—hoping to replicate the model.
The New Horizons team may include more women staffers than any other NASA project in history.
The company’s embattled CEO, Ellen Pao, who lost a landmark gender-discrimination suit earlier this year, resigned following a week of scandal.
Schools are becoming ground zero for clashes over transgender rights.
Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner recently made controversial remarks about female beauty and humor. Our readers join the public debate that ensued.
When the Treasury Department selects a woman for the new $10 bill, it will also be promoting a new model of femininity.
As opiate abuse swells in the United States, women are particularly at risk.
In the United States, when an unmarried man has a baby, his partner can give it up without his consent—unless he happens to know about an obscure system called the responsible father registry.
The singer’s violent revenge fantasy was intended to provoke outrage, and to get people to talk about her. It succeeds on both counts.
An attorney who helped players file a gender-discrimination lawsuit over artificial turf in the World Cup proposes a way forward for the sport.
The Disney CEO and the Oscar-winning actress compare notes on Hollywood.
Can a movie about male strippers be a loud affirmation of feminism? Three Atlantic writers discuss.