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Doug Jones: Alabama Christians Should Be ‘Truly Christian in the Same Way I Am’

Doug Jones: Alabama Christians Should Be ‘Truly Christian in the Same Way I Am’

Alabama Senate Democratic candidate Doug Jones says he does not know if he can reassure Alabamians that he will protect their religious freedom and their culture, because if they are not Christian in
Being a Doctor Is Hard. It’s Harder for Women.

Being a Doctor Is Hard. It’s Harder for Women.

Despite large increases in the number of women in medicine, female physicians continue to shoulder the bulk of household and child care duties.
Being a Doctor Is Hard. It’s Harder for Women.

Being a Doctor Is Hard. It’s Harder for Women.

Despite large increases in the number of women in medicine, female physicians continue to shoulder the bulk of household and child care duties.
Why a Gay-Themed Wedding Cake (and What the Supreme Court Says About It) Matters to Your Business

Why a Gay-Themed Wedding Cake (and What the Supreme Court Says About It) Matters to Your Business

The Supreme Court began hearing arguments this week in what could be a landmark civil rights case.
House Employment Counsel Staff Share Stories of Abuse in the Workplace: White Manager Displayed Whip to ‘Motivate the Black Employees’

House Employment Counsel Staff Share Stories of Abuse in the Workplace: White Manager Displayed Whip to ‘Motivate the Black Employees’

As stories of sexual harassment in the workplace have been circulated as part of the powerful #MeToo movement, it has exposed how virulent the issue is across the nation and across all job sectors. It
Leslie Wolfe, Who Pursued Equality for Women, Dies at 74

Leslie Wolfe, Who Pursued Equality for Women, Dies at 74

Leslie R. Wolfe, right, in 1989 with Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, project director for a conference organized by the Center for Women Policy Studies, at the center’s office in Washington.
Leslie Wolfe, Who Pursued Equality for Women, Dies at 74

Leslie Wolfe, Who Pursued Equality for Women, Dies at 74

Leslie R. Wolfe, right, in 1989 with Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, project director for a conference organized by the Center for Women Policy Studies, at the center’s office in Washington.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Great Al Franken Moment

Op-Ed Columnist: The Great Al Franken Moment

On a political level, Senator Al Franken was a leader of the gender-equality revolution. But he’s an excellent example of why the uprising had to be extreme and dramatic.
Being a Doctor Is Hard. It’s Harder for Women.

Being a Doctor Is Hard. It’s Harder for Women.

Despite large increases in the number of women in medicine, female physicians continue to shoulder the bulk of household and child care duties.
Supreme Court Won’t Hear Case on Bias Against Gay Workers

Supreme Court Won’t Hear Case on Bias Against Gay Workers

People lined up outside the Supreme Court in Washington to attend a session this month.
Christian Teacher Suspended for ‘Misgendering’ Trans Pupil Sues School

Christian Teacher Suspended for ‘Misgendering’ Trans Pupil Sues School

A Christian teacher is suing his secondary school after being suspended for referring to a biologically female student as a “girl” despite them “identifying” as a boy.

NYPD, City Council Reach Compromise on Long-Stalled Police Reform Bills

The NYPD and the City Council have reached a compromise on a package of police reform bills after years of tense negotiations.
Thousands of Interior Dept. Employees Report Harassment and Intimidation at Work

Thousands of Interior Dept. Employees Report Harassment and Intimidation at Work

The Interior Department has been dogged by reports of harassment and intimidation in the last decade.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Uncomfortable Truth About Swedish Anti-Semitism

Op-Ed Contributor: The Uncomfortable Truth About Swedish Anti-Semitism

Police arriving after a synagogue was attacked in a failed arson attempt in Gothenburg, Sweden, on December 9, 2017.
Why the (Entrepreneurial) Future is Female

Why the (Entrepreneurial) Future is Female

Women own only 5 percent of startups. So, when we talk about inequality, how about talking about women entrepreneurs?
Why the (Entrepreneurial) Future is Female

Why the (Entrepreneurial) Future is Female

Women own only 5 percent of startups. So, when we talk about inequality, how about talking about women entrepreneurs?
Poll: Is it discrimination to refuse to sell a wedding cake to an interracial couple due to one’s religious beliefs?

Poll: Is it discrimination to refuse to sell a wedding cake to an interracial couple due to one’s religious beliefs?

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