Gov. Brown Approves Dispensing 1-Year Supply Of Birth ControlCalifornia women will be able to make fewer trips to the pharmacy to pick up birth control under a new law.
136 Years Until Gender Pay Gap Closes, Researchers SayNew research indicates the pay gap between men and women won’t close for another 136 years.
Despite Talk, Study Finds Inequality Unchanged In HollywoodA new study finds that little is changing in Hollywood for women, minorities, LGBT people and others who continue to find themselves on the outside of an industry where researchers say inequality is "the norm."
Women March Topless In Los Angeles For Equal RightsAbout 50 women and men walked topless Sunday in Venice, Calif. to demand that females get the right to walk bare-chested in public.
Bill Eliminating ‘Tampon Tax’ Goes To Gov. Brown’s DeskCalifornia lawmakers are sending a measure to Gov. Jerry Brown to remove the state sales tax on tampons and other feminine hygiene products.
Walnut Creek Pickpockets Target Women With PursesA pair of pickpockets were caught on camera in Walnut Creek and police have released the video in an effort to identify the suspects.
Pope Francis Sets Up Vatican Commission On Female DeaconsPope Francis has set up a panel to study whether women could serve as deacons, a role now reserved to men.
11 New Emojis To Include Women Doctors, Welders, Scientists & FarmersWomen professionals will soon be better represented in emoji form.
Smart Tampon Tells Women When It's Time To ChangeThere are apps for just about every bodily function. My.Flow is a new app that monitors a woman's menstrual cycle and tells her when its time to remove her tampon.
Pope Francis Creates Commission To Study Adding Women DeaconsPope Francis said Thursday he is willing to create a commission to study whether women can be deacons in the Catholic Church.
Google Wants New Emojis To Represent Professional WomenGoogle says it wants to create emojis "with a goal of highlighting the diversity of women's careers and empowering girls everywhere."
In Silicon Valley, Men 69 Percent More Likely To Receive Higher Salary OfferWomen in Silicon Valley are being offered -- and paid -- less than men for the same jobs. Even in 2016.