After years of being overworked, underpaid and harassed, the women who make up the vast majority of the nation’s restaurant workforce are demanding change.
Marcia Fudge, Jennifer Granholm and Gina Raimondo said they all had to staff up when they started running their agencies — but that it gave them a chance to diversify.
As transgender homicides surge, experts say teaching kids that an attraction to transgender people is OK could curb the crisis.
A bill in Texas has stalled, but this year Utah joined other states that have tried to make procedures including egg, embryo and sperm freezing more accessible to those getting treatment.
The FDA authorized the Pfizer vaccine for those 12 to 15. Experts say that could help moms get back to work.
Cheney’s ouster, and her likely replacement by Stefanik, have nothing to do with policy and everything to do with Trump’s false claims about the 2020 election.
More than 60 percent of Asian American elementary and middle school students continued full-time remote learning in March — compared to only 19 percent of White students.
The interior secretary talked to The 19th about her department’s top priorities and her perspective on natural resources — plus her signature dish.
A new analysis showed that older women, who face significant barriers to access, were less likely than older men to have gotten at least one COVID-19 vaccine.
Amber Briggles’ vocal campaign for trans rights has made her a prime target for harassment. But for her family, the stakes are too high to stay silent.
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Black people constitute 12.4 percent of the population but only 8.6 percent of people who have started the immunization process.
About 165,000 women left the workforce in April as the economic recovery sputters. Unemployment rates continue to be higher for women of color.
Seven figures that show the representation — and the gaps — in President Joe Biden’s Cabinet and federal appointments.
One year since the start of the women’s recession, hundreds of thousands of moms have been forced to leave their jobs — and grapple with the consequences.