Study: Cosmetic Surgery Makes Women Look More LikableVarious cosmetic surgeries may make women appear more likable, feminine, and socially adept, according to a new study.
Women Disappear from Ads to Promote Gender EqualityWomen vanished from glossy magazine covers and advertisements on Sunday for International Women's Day.
D.C. Area Boasts High Percentage of Female ExecsNationwide, only about 27 percent of companies have at least one female executive. But there are some places where the glass ceiling has been shattered by more women moving into power positions, and D.C. is one of them.
Apple, Facebook Paying To Freeze Eggs Of Female EmployeesFacebook began covering egg freezing for workers earlier this year, becoming the first major employer on record to do so, according to NBC News, which reports that Apple will add the perk in January.
Va. Woman Charged with Helping al-Qaida-Linked GroupTwo women have been charged with funneling money to the al-Qaida-linked extremist group al-Shabab in Somalia.
Study: Hypersexuality In Women Linked To High Porn UseAccording to a new study, women who have sex so frequently that it causes problems may be linked to high rates of masturbation and pornography use.
Study: Women Who Have Children Later Might Live LongerLongevity and having children later in life might have something to do with one another.
Military Women Gather in Va. For Symposium The nation's largest gathering of women in the military is focusing its weekend symposium on tacking the challenges women leaders face.
Research: Women With Diabetes More Likely To Develop Heart DiseaseForget what you think you know about heart disease. There's new information that's shaking things up a bit.
President Obama: Women Still Face Outdated Policies At Work President Barack Obama says the economy hasn't caught up to the new reality that women now make up about half of the workforce.
D.C. Ranks As #1 City For FeministsD.C. is the best U.S. city for feminists, according to a new study.
Report: Few Army Women Want Combat Jobs Preliminary results from a survey of the Army's nearly 170,000 women show that only a small fraction of them would like to move into one of the newly opening combat jobs. Those who do want to make the move say they want a job that takes them right into the heart of battle.