After years of physical and emotional suffering at the elite level, the gymnast finally found happiness—and stardom—in college. She plans to go out on top.
Salli Garrigan, a Columbine shooting survivor, didn't think her story mattered—until Parkland.
CBD is everywhere now. We'll spend a whole week exploring how that happened and what it means for you.
These women are defining a new kind of TV heroine.
A bracket we can get behind.
On-screen and off, these women are shaping the future of Hollywood.
We partnered with Time's Up Entertainment to hear directly from the powerhouses flipping the entertainment industry on its head and rebuilding it from the inside out.
Angie Nwandu dishes on how she turned the formerly tiny gossip site into the authority on Black culture it is today.
She was a doctor who knew the risks. She still got hooked on opioids.
This election season, a history-making, record-setting number of women are attempting to break that highest, hardest glass ceiling: the Oval Office.
From clear backpacks to walkouts, one 16-year-old student reflects on the past year in Parkland.
Former Twitter colleagues are building #Angels and helping other women get in on Silicon Valley’s billions.
We're spending the next five days celebrating—and, yes, sometimes criticizing—the genre of movies everyone secretly (or not-so-secretly) loves.
This month, the Oscar-winning actress faces her fears—and ours!—in Jordan Peele's new horror movie, 'Us.'
After the genocide, Rwanda had a feminist awakening. Or did it?
The Stranger Things actress and Chanel darling talks season 3, her evolving fashion choices, and keeping spoiler secrets.
After a lifetime of Mr. Wrongs, Abby Ellin thought she had found The One—dashing, attentive, noble. But the truth was something she never saw coming.
Although cultural tides are shifting, a lack of educational resources and opportunities makes it hard for girls to reach their potential.
She places family above all, from the roles she chooses to filming schedules—and remains grounded in the life she's built for herself.
On November 6, 125 women were elected to the House, Senate, and governorships. This week, they assume power.
The organization's new president and CEO on what she calls the “civil-rights movement of the 21st century.”
Who knew there was an academy for aspiring Mrs. Clauses?
The royal stylist-slash-BFF has carefully charted a path to greatness.
For women fleeing Syria, Germany doesn't just represent freedom from an oppressive regime—but from the shackles of unhappy marriages, too.