Nobody is cooler than RBG, or Notorious RBG, aka Supreme Court Justics Ruth Bader Ginsberg.

Women earn the majority of college and post-graduate degrees. They start off in their industries ready to succeed. But at the highest levels, we see a sharp decline in gender parity. Where are the women going?
Thought leaders are people who provide, create, and harness technology to yield services and products that we didn’t even know we needed. Here are five amazing female thought leaders who are changing the world for all of us.
Okay, Mother's Day has come and gone. Your mom received your presents (or not) and now wants to have her say. Or that's what dutiful daughter Rebecca Cohen imagines.

Today is the last day of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t ALWAYS be aware. There's a line of condoms that are specially designed for awareness—in a fun way.

Twenty years after genocide, sexual violence, and war plagued Rwanda, the country has started to rebuild and get back on its feet. The African nation has done something amazing that no other country has.

On this day exactly one year ago, 1,133 people were killed and more than 2,500 injured when a clothing factory complex collapsed. Today is the first Fashion Revolution Day, which promotes ethical fashion and urges us to turn inside out.

Don't think scooping up the contents of the tip jar is such a prize. Women make up the majority of tipped workers in America, but because their wages have been stagnating at $2.13 an hour since the 1980s, these women struggle to make ends meet.

A producer and director of commercials, Juliana Lukasik realized that there weren't enough role models. She figured out a way to fix that by creating her own job shadow program in just a few easy steps. Her own personal tagline: Quit talking and just do it.

After working on peace and other big issues, former President Jimmy Carter has now taken up the cause of women. He has published a new book, "A Call to Action," which might be called in Internet speak, a listicle, that shows 23 ways to change things. Buying the book might be the first.