Harvey Weinstein’s lawyers say nothing of value was exchanged between an actress and Weinstein in 2014 when she alleges he molested her.
Abortion opponents across the nation have criticized the New York law as allowing abortions.
Vanessa Tyson is a political science professor at Southern California’s Scripps College who is spending a year at Stanford as a research fellow.
Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax spokesman Lauren Burke said in a statement that the Democratic lieutenant governor “wishes them well.”
At the time of the 2004 convention, Justin Fairfax was a law student serving as an aide to then-Democratic vice presidential nominee John Edwards.
Feminist icon Abby Wambach, international soccer’s all-time top scorer, is doing a book based on her viral 2018 Barnard College commencement speech.
House Speaker Mike Madigan named state Rep. Greg Harris his top lieutenant, making Harris the first openly gay House majority leader in state history.
In the U.S. military forces, 16.6 percent of those enlisted are women, up from about 2 percent in 1973.
Stormy Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti, tweeted Tuesday’s order “will never hold up on appeal.”
The idea behind the new camp is to keep women interested and immersed in the field.
Five women are running for mayor, and sexism was bound to emerge in a contest with a diverse cadre of accomplished, credible women candidates.
“I feel vindication,” Dena Lewis-Bystrzycki said. “After six and a half years, when they said guilty of all counts, I finally took a breath.”
In 1988, the passage of the Women’s Business Ownership Act erased a number of barriers that kept women from fair representation in the business.
Women directed a record 25 percent of episodic television in the 2017-18 season, an increase of 4 percent from the previous season.
The task force has been looking at allegations of incidents that are sometimes decades old. One rejected case against Kevin Spacey dates to 1992.