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  • Turf War: Players withdraw complaint over artificial turf at Women's World Cup

    U.S. forward Abby Wambach and a group of fellow players have withdrawn their complaint of gender discrimination over the artificial turf fields to be used for this year's World Cup in Canada. The artificial turf became a contentious issue with the...
  • Can Michelle Obama bring back the power suit?

    Can Michelle Obama bring back the power suit?
    When Michelle Obama entered the House chamber for the State of the Union address on Tuesday night, I blurted out to my TV screen, "She's wearing a suit!" It was a Michael Kors salt-and-pepper tweed suit, to be exact, with a portrait collar jacket and...
  • Black History Month: Family-friendly websites offer learning opportunities

     Black History Month: Family-friendly websites offer learning opportunities
    Museums throughout the United States are making it easier than ever to learn more about the African-American experience — especially now, in time for February, which is Black History Month. Museums and other organizations have taken the initiative...
  • Graham: Anti-abortion bill will return, but 'nobody's for rape'

    WASHINGTON The lead Senate sponsor of anti-abortion legislation that was pulled from the House schedule late Wednesday said Thursday it should not move forward without changes to the rape provision. But Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said he was looking...
  • The Sun may have set on Britain's topless Page 3 models

    Say “Page 3 Girl” to a Brit, and it can only conjure up one type of image. A young, attractive woman posing seductively in front of a camera wearing skimpy bikini bottoms and little (or nothing) else. For more than four decades, these...
  • There are only 3 countries in the world where your boss is more likely to be a woman

    There are only 3 countries in the world where your boss is more likely to be a woman
    Nearly a third of all businesses around the world are now owned or managed by women, according to a new study by the International Labor Organization (ILO). That number is hardly something to celebrate, but there are three parts of the globe that appear...
  • Woman, 80, to become priest, then face excommunication

    Woman, 80, to become priest, then face excommunication
    On Saturday, 80-year-old Rita Lucey will be ordained as a priest — and excommunicated by the Catholic Church. Lucey joins a growing movement of women who, while operating outside the Roman Catholic Church, contend they are not leaving the church...
  • Growing number of single Saudi women challenge conservative society on love, marriage and work

    Amna Fatani knows she wants a brilliant career and a life different from that of Saudi women of her mother's generation who married early, usually to a husband not of their own choosing. The 27-year-old, studying for her master's degree at Georgetown...
  • Women's World Cup to go forward on artificial turf

    Women's World Cup to go forward on artificial turf
    A coalition of women's soccer players led by U.S. star Abby Wambach has withdrawn its gender discrimination suit against FIFA and will play this summer's World Cup in Canada on artificial turf. The men's tournament has always been played on grass and in...
  • Feminists cheer as The Sun drops topless models; Murdoch tabloid quiet on reason for change

    Feminists are rejoicing at the disappearance of bare breasts from the British tabloid The Sun — though the newspaper is not saying whether the decision to ditch its "Page 3 girls" is permanent. The Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid has featured...
  • Texas abortion clinics seen facing long odds in fight on limits

    Texas abortion clinics that persuaded a judge to throw out restrictions may face long odds in convincing a conservative U.S. appeals court to permanently block laws that would leave the second-largest U.S. state with only seven facilities, compared with...