Despite the appointment of Julia Pierson as the first female director of the Secret Service, some critics still say Obama hasn't gone far enough when it comes to diversity within the cabinet.
Can women juggle being feminist with a career and family? Of course she can — despite what some commentators will tell you.
The Human Rights Campaign's red equal sign is going viral on Facebook, and of course, the internet went wild with tons of edited versions. Here are some of the best.
The average cost of college will be $22k in 2016, but the Obama administration has taken little effort to promote bills that would help lenders pay back their student loans. What gives?
Several victims have come forward to speak out against the University of North Carolina's handling of their sexual assault cases. The school has a federal complaint filed against them.
Millennials have a unique approach to activism, using technology to scale movements offline and online. Is it more effective than our parents' movement for change in the 60s?
The New York Times asks "Do Women Have What It Takes to Lead?" in the "Room for Debate" section of their website. Are we actually still debating this?
The time machine, codenamed "Operation Sisyphus," has long been a pet project of the Congressional GOP. Republicans hope to go from the "anti-science party" to the "pro-science fiction" one.