Women's March organizers released a "resistance toolkit" for high school and college students.
Lawrence Jones said that as Hollywood preached for years about women's rights it meanwhile neglected to call out one of its own, disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren made her message to President Trump clear: "Donald, you ain't seen nasty yet."
As support for federal funding of abortion dwindles, Planned Parenthood's abortion numbers climb higher.
President Donald Trump tweeted on International Women's Day that he has tremendous respect for women.
Women's rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali reacted to a 2011 tweet written by an organizer for last month's Womens March in Washington, D.C. that recently resurfaced that disparaged her and another activist.
“It all comes back to being fair and giving you, the American voter, an unbiased look at the presidential candidates.”
“Don’t pander to women,” one voter said.
The New York billionaire called out President Bill Clinton for his past sex scandals, claiming that Hillary “would go after these women and destroy their lives.”
A young girl in Pakistan spent nearly a decade evading the Taliban to eventually become a world-class athlete.
“The woman told the judge that she did not know why she was on trial and that nothing happened," a local newspaper reported.