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  • Afghan women's cricket crushed by threats, bombs and tradition

    The story of Afghan cricket is a rare bright spot in the troubled country's recent past, full of unlikely successes and glory that have helped unify a divided nation. Unless you're a woman player.
  • Ex-Casselberry police chief named one of the worst bosses of 2014

    Ex-Casselberry police chief named one of the worst bosses of 2014
    eBossWatch has named former Casselberry Police Chief Bill McNeil -- who resigned after sexual misconduct allegations began to surface -- one of the worst bosses in America for 2014. A panel of workplace experts evaluated different bosses across the...

    Today's Chicago Woman publishing last issue in January

    Today's Chicago Woman publishing last issue in January
    Today's Chicago Woman, a monthly magazine for professional women and an early megaphone for the city's feminists, will end publication next month after 32 years, founder and president Sherren Leigh said Tuesday. The January issue, which hits newsstands...

    Rebecca Lowe of NBC shares her views on football

    Rebecca Lowe of NBC shares her views on football
    Since her debut as host of NBC's coverage of the English Premier League last year, London-born journalist Rebecca Lowe has earned a devout following among soccer fans in the U.S. And she'll be a constant presence during the holiday season, with NBC...

    2016 beckons women into politics

    2016 beckons women into politics
    Come January, the U.S. House and Senate will have 104 women members. On the surface, that is a huge accomplishment. It has taken women nearly 100 years — since 1916, when Montana elected Republican Jeannette Rankin to the House — to...