The parallels between America’s 32nd and 42nd first ladies are hard to push aside. In 2016, would Roosevelt still believe that America isn’t ready for a female president?
Private Facebook groups are a new way for women to find sanctuary online, but the consequences of honesty can be dire.
Kate Summerscale’s new book is a vivid portrait of how one sensational murder roiled Victorian England. The real story, though, is that of the murderer’s rehabilitation.
Growing up as a girl in an Evangelical world dominated by men, patriotism — or at least a desire for executive power — offered me a way out.
Apps such as TaskRabbit and Zum are trying to create a revolution for women’s domestic work. The problem is that each wave of new home technology tends to reinforce the old hierarchies.
The stories I most want to know are locked inside my brother Noah.
Rural neighborhood churches, once the heart of many Iowan communities, are disappearing along with local schools. The result is a tear in the social fabric of life in the Midwest.
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