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  • At the Oscars, Patricia Arquette has a message: 'Equal means equal'

    At the Oscars, Patricia Arquette has a message: 'Equal means equal'
    Patricia Arquette did not make "the dreaded mani-cam" a priority on Oscar Sunday, she said. Not a surprise, given the impassioned acceptance speech demanding equal rights for women. She had other things on her mind. Arquette didn't see Meryl Streep'...
  • Oscars 2015: Some speeches hit political and personal notes

    Oscars 2015: Some speeches hit political and personal notes
    This year’s Oscar speeches were full of the expected thank-yous to colleagues, friends and agents, but some also took a turn for the deeply personal and the political — with stories of suicide and calls for pay equity, racial justice and...
  • Feminists in a digital age pay a steep psychological price

    Feminists in a digital age pay a steep psychological price
    Jessica Valenti is one of the most successful and visible feminists of her generation. As a columnist for the Guardian, her face regularly appears on the site's front page. She has written five books, one of which was adapted into a documentary, since...
  • Datebook: Wild architecture, erotic painting, historic portraiture

    Datebook: Wild architecture, erotic painting, historic portraiture Carolina A. Miranda Los Angeles Times A solo outing by a master of lowbrow in Hollywood...bulbous babes in Beverly Hills...and wild architectural schemes in Westwood. Plus: historic...
  • Americans must realize opinions have consequences

    Americans must realize opinions have consequences
    We Americans have a very unique and debilitating character flaw: We proudly hold and assert our strongly held individual attitudes, opinions and beliefs — while at the same time dissociating ourselves with the direct negative consequences of those...
  • Fraternity Sues Wesleyan, Claiming Sex Discrimination

    Fraternity Sues Wesleyan, Claiming Sex Discrimination
    Members and alumni of Wesleyan University's Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity have filed a sex discrimination lawsuit against the university over its policy that forced them to go coed. The lawsuit was prompted by the university's recent decision to revoke...
  • Hillary Clinton to headline United Nations women's conference

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will address a major United Nations gathering on women's rights next month, just as the Clinton Foundation releases a major report on women and girls more than a year in the making. Clinton is scheduled to be the...
  • Islamic State's horrible healing power in Egypt

    Islamic State's horrible healing power in Egypt
    The horror in Libya could have come from a Hieronymus Bosch painting of hell: 21 knife-wielding figures hacking the heads off 21 young men in orange jumpsuits along the shoreline, blood staining the surf red. But this was no imagined scene — it...
  • Trial starts for rabbi who allegedly ran divorce kidnap team

    Before prosecutors described Rabbi Mendel Epstein as a leader in a devout Orthodox community, they played a short, grainy video clip that they say shows he is a criminal. "Basically, what we're going to be doing is kidnapping a guy for a couple hours,"...
  • Progress for girls and women

    Progress for girls and women
    For the past three years, I have been invited to present on the White House's Black History Month panel co-hosted by the Association for the Study for African American Life and History (ASALH). Founded in 1915 by Carter G. Woodson, ASALH sets both the...
  • Trial starts for New Jersey rabbi who allegedly ran divorce kidnap team

    Trial starts for New Jersey rabbi who allegedly ran divorce kidnap team
    TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Before prosecutors described Rabbi Mendel Epstein as a leader in a devout Orthodox community, they played a short, grainy video clip that they say shows he is a criminal. "Basically, what we're going to be doing is...