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  • New York's Stonewall Inn, which sparked LGBT movement, designated as a landmark

    New York's Stonewall Inn, which sparked LGBT movement, designated as a landmark
    Nearly 50 years after the Stonewall Inn riots set the stage for the modern  gay-rights movement, the bar became a New York City landmark on Tuesday.  “The Stonewall Inn is a rarity – a tipping point in history where we know, with absolute...
  • Carly Fiorina lays out plan for improving women's lot

    Carly Fiorina, the only woman in a historically crowded Republican presidential primary field, spoke out Thursday on how American women are better served by conservative ideals a key effort to distinguish herself both from her GOP rivals and from...
  • Apodaca: Dads are making way for strong, smart women

    Here I was all set to write a feel-good column about Father's Day. Then someone had to go and say something so monumentally dumb that it got me all riled up, and now I just can't help myself. Instead of sunshine and lollipops I will be addressing how a...
  • The newest trend in beauty is armpit hair?!? We're not buying it

    The newest trend in beauty is armpit hair?!? We're not buying it
    Is it going to be a hairy summer? That's what some observers of style are predicting. Or promoting. "Miley Cyrus and Jemima Kirke are making hairy underarms mainstream," a Daily Mail headline proclaimed. "Armpit hair a growing trend for women," said...
  • Teachers weigh in on which woman should be on new $10 bill

    Teachers weigh in on which woman should be on new $10 bill
    Money. Even in this age of debit cards and online banking, cash still passes through the hands of most of us on a regular basis. It still symbolizes power and privilege, as well as compensation and investment. It is an integral part of our society,...
  • Eileen K. Doolittle, artist

    Eileen K. Doolittle, artist
    Eileen Kavanagh Doolittle, an artist who designed children's books, died of cancer June 10 at the Mystic, Conn., Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center. The former Baltimore resident was 79. Born Eileen Kavanagh in Baltimore and raised on Belgian Avenue,...
  • Texas abortion clinics lose bid to remain open past July 1

    More than half of Texas' remaining abortion clinics must close while women's rights advocates keep fighting to overturn strict regulations that could leave the second-largest U.S. state with just eight facilities. A federal appeals court in New Orleans...
  • My god vs. your god on drought and abortion

    To the editor: Assemblywoman Shannon Grove (R-Bakersfield) evidently feels that her deity (“God”) either rewards or punishes us all depending on whether our behavior comports with biblical dictates. Recently she even suggested that God had...
  • Iran defeats US in home volleyball match

    Iran has defeated the United States 3-0 at a home volleyball match attended by 12,000 people and broadcast live on state TV, as a ban on female spectators remained in place despite an official saying recently that it might be eased. Iran won the first...
  • 12 women who would be great choices for new $10 bill

    12 women who would be great choices for new $10 bill
    The face of the $10 bill is changing in 2020. It will be the first bill in more than a century to feature a woman.  But who? With so many prominent American women in the history of this great country, whose likeness deserves to replace (or possibly...
  • Why is discrimination OK when women do it?

    Why is discrimination OK when women do it?
    Can someone tell me how it is OK for investor Kelly Keenan Trumpbour to only back firms run by women? Isn't that discriminatory ("Baltimore investor only backs women-run companies," June 15)? If someone said they would only back male-run firms, or...