Today, the Trump administration established yet more barriers for women, LGBTQ people, and others to access the urgent care they need by providing additional protections to health care workers who refuse to provide treatment because of their moral or religious beliefs.
In a year when an unprecedented number of female producers brought stories about women to the big screen, Academy Award nominations could include more women than ever — but still, few women of color are likely to be up for awards.
The U.S. federal minimum wage is just $7.25 per hour, and most states' under $9. Minimum-wage workers — more than two-thirds of whom are women — have made some gains, and this year their fight continues.
Close to 50 military veterans, service members, and their supporters gathered outside of the Pentagon for a #MeTooMilitary demonstration today. The protest came just hours after Sunday night’s Golden Globes ceremony.
The first year of the Trump administration has been marked by attacks, direct and indirect, on the rights of people with disabilities, including the latest — a bill to weaken the Americans with Disabilities Act.
In three cases of undocumented minors needing abortions, the government has argued that merely allowing the women to physically leave a detention facility would amount to facilitating their abortions, even though no one is asking the government to transport the women to clinics or to pay for their abortions.
As the administration continues to absorb legal blowback and fight cases in federal courts, Trump has quietly pushed ahead with his mission to remake the federal judiciary in his image: one that is very white, very Republican, and very male.