The founder of Every Mother Counts recounts her own mother's journey to the U.S.
Carte-Mere editor-in-chief Anne Fulenwider commits the September issue to immigration.
Polo Tate, author of new memoir Deep Dark Blue, was sexually assaulted multiple times during her time at the Air Force Academy.
It's all "fake news," apparently.
It's not just 'Roe' you should worry about.
If you're not worried, you're not paying attention.
UNICEF USA CEO Caryl Stern spent two days with children at the U.S.-Mexico border. Here's what she saw.
An op-ed by Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
How to rip apart your haters 101.
"Making this decision now is the only fair outcome."
Oh, she's unmarried and has a baby—and doesn't care what anybody has to say about it.
"I misspoke. I meant to say..."
"It says something about where our country is, especially in relation to other developed industrialized nations, that this is such big news."
It seems her policy positions are rather popular.
"We have to do it gently because we're in the MeToo generation."
Amy Coney Barrett could transform the abortion rights landscape.
"This is ridiculous."
And by probably, I mean definitely.
More so, even, than if he had stayed.
The time to fight harder than ever is now.
"Women like me aren't supposed to run for office."
Experts explain how to fight numbness when everything is really, really bad.
Here’s what that means.
Nicole Arteaga tells MarieClaire.com she shared her story to "make women feel less alone"—because it could happen to you, too.
I was America's first-ever Latina senator. And I will fight this.
"Sarah, I know you don’t care even a tiny little bit about the ethics rules, but..."
"We had to be outstanding—at everything we did."
"Why do they hate us?" they ask me.
"What’s happening in the United States of America at this moment is pure terrorism, cruel, inhuman treatment of children."
Most of the options are heartbreaking.
This isn't an accident.
"I didn’t think that would be the last time I saw my parents."
"This is not a joke."
I couldn't have gone on without my mom.
Half of the donations came from Twitter.
The New Zealand PM announced the birth of her baby girl on Thursday.
There isn't a single woman at the table.
She deleted it, naturally.
"Who wore it best?"
"We need to bear witness to both the best parts of humanity and to the worst parts of humanity."
They're alongside the Third Reich.
The separation of immigrant children from their families is more than a political choice—it could be a public health crisis.
Some easy steps you can take right now.
The badass former senator isn't spending retirement relaxing. She's teamed up with her equally badass daughter, Nicole, to record a weekly rallying cry for American women.
They were friendly in college.
Women raised by the Christian patriarchy are defined by complete subservience to their father, mastering homemaking skills, and abstaining from college and career. But even as the ideology gains influence on a national stage, a small minority of brave young women are defying their families and churches to live life on their own terms.
Her Instagram post about it is perfection.
Eliza Griswold's new book asks the tough questions about fracking.
A new report from the CDC sheds light on the issue.
Imagine if she used her privilege to push for prison reform.
As the league drags its feet, MarieClaire.com gets an exclusive update on the status of the dancers' complaints.
It's probably nothing weird. Or it's clones.
She would be the first gay person and first black woman to run the U.S.'s third largest city.
He's on trial in London now.
It's a "monumental day for women in Ireland."
Parkland student activists Jaclyn Corin, Sarah Chadwick, and Delaney Tarr reflect on life before and after the deadliest school shooting in the U.S. since Sandy Hook—and how they're inspiring a global mission to end gun violence.
Trump’s proposed changes to Title X threaten that.