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Can a woman win the presidency? Clash exposes deeper issue

WASHINGTON (AP) - The smoldering political flareup between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders has reignited a debate among Democratic primary voters over a question...

Virginia House panel advances ERA for full floor vote

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Virginia moved a step closer to ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment on Tuesday, even as the measure's future nationally remains...

Female journalist wins pay-discrimination case against BBC

LONDON (AP) - A BBC journalist who was paid a fraction of the fee received by a male colleague doing a similar job has...

Study finds 2019 was a ‘banner year’ for female filmmakers

NEW YORK (AP) - Lulu Wang, Lorene Scafaria, Melina Matsoukas and Greta Gerwig led Hollywood to a record year for women in the director’s...

Lawmakers pledge ERA will pass in Virginia. Then what?

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Supporters of the Equal Rights Amendment are so confident Virginia is on the verge of becoming the critical...

GOP, Democrats push 1970s’ Equal Rights Amendment in SC

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - One of South Carolina's most liberal lawmakers and one of its most conservative are joining together to revive the Equal...

Video game maker to pay $10 million in gender bias case

The maker of popular video game League of Legends has agreed to pay $10 million to female employees to settle a broad gender discrimination...

In death and life, Lebanese woman shows religious law fight

BEIRUT (AP) - Nadyn Jouny’s sister taped up two messages in her memory inside a closet at the family home - one of motherly...

Klobuchar: Woman with Buttigieg’s record would miss debate

CHICAGO (AP) - The 2020 Democratic presidential primary campaign drew a record six female candidates to the field. But with just less than three...

Klobuchar: Woman with Buttigieg’s record would miss debate

CHICAGO (AP) - The 2020 Democratic presidential primary drew a record six female candidates to the field. But with just less than three months...