Close races in Georgia, Iowa and Texas show President Trump’s vulnerability and suggest that Joseph Biden has assembled a formidable coalition, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll.
The pledges on both sides of the aisle have produced mixed feelings among voters, inspiring some while leaving others exasperated by what they see as political posturing.
Maya Gabeira didn’t just ride the biggest wave ever ridden by a woman. It was the biggest wave surfed by anyone in the 2019-20 winter season, a first for women in professional surfing.
Judge Amy Coney Barrett is regarded as the leading contender to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The second woman appointed to the Supreme Court, Justice Ginsburg’s pointed and powerful dissenting opinions earned her late-life rock stardom.
Running for office used to mean relegating personal style to the background. Not anymore.
In Kamala Harris, many women of color see a successful vice-presidential candidate standing atop a mountain of firsts — but also facing a gender and racial minefield.
As millions of American families face an uncertain start to the school year, the anger of women who find themselves expected to be teacher, caregiver, employee and parent is fueling a political uprising.
President Trump long ago redefined what constitutes normal in the White House, but with 77 days left in the campaign he is pushing all the boundaries at once.
Photographs of generations of Black suffragists offer invaluable documents about their thwarted and central roles in the history of women’s rights.
One hundred years after the 19th Amendment, suffragists’ descendants consider how far we’ve come and how far we still have to go.
Biden’s pick for vice president comes with important advantages, but also some complexities.