Lindsay Lohan Apologizes for Controversial #MeToo Comments
Lindsay Lohan is backtracking on some eyebrow-raising comments she made about #MeToo -- calling women who speak out as looking "weak" -- and is setting the record straight. LiLo issued a statement Sunday apologizing for her remarks and any harm...
Asher-Smith wins third European gold as Muir takes 1500m title - highlights & report
Dina Asher-Smith wins her third gold medal of the European Championships as she leads Great Britain to victory in the women's 4x100m relay final.
European Championships 2018: Dina Asher-Smith anchors GB to 4x100m relay gold
Dina Asher-Smith surges away from the field to lead Britain to 4x100m relay glory and become the first British women to win three gold medals at the same European Championships.
Boris Johnson emerges from his home with cups of tea for journalists as he avoids questions on burka storm
Boris Johnson today shirked questions on whether he would apologise for comparing Muslim women wearing the burka to letterboxes and bank robbers - by offering reporters camped outside his home a cup of tea.
European Championships: GB's Eilish McColgan wins 5,000m silver after rival stops early
Israel's Lonah Salpeter mistakenly stops running a lap early when in second place in the women's 5,000m and Britain's Eilish McColgan capitalises to snap up silver behind Dutch winner Sifan Hassan.
GB's Thomson and MacLaren win bronze at Gleneagles
Michele Thomson and Meghan MacLaren beat fellow Britons Georgia Hall and Laura Davies in the European Championships women's foursomes bronze medal match.
Utah Sending The Nation's First Woman State Senator To D.C., As A Statue
Utah plans to send a statue of suffragette, senator and polygamist Martha Hughes Cannon to represent the state in the U.S. Capitol. It's a subtle approach to changing perceptions of women in Utah.
Master of misogyny: How VS Naipaul married a third woman after ditching his cancer-ridden wife and mistress
Vidia drank proudly from the fount of patriarchy.
Education advocate aiming to unseat longtime Alaska repOlder articles »
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Alaska education advocate Alyse Galvin is among the wave of women candidates hoping to be elected to the U.S. House this fall. The independent is seeking the Democratic nomination to challenge Republican U.S. Rep. Don Young. Young, who has held the seat for 45 years, is expected to win his Aug. [...]