Across the country, Arab-American women are building businesses and careers while supporting their communities and encouraging others to develop and grow.
Baseball has grown in popularity in the Middle East. In Gaza, interest in baseball turned out to be stronger among girls than boys.
In some countries, girls are up to 14 times more likely than their male counterparts to be infected with HIV. Learn why gender inequality plays a role.
Tennis players Venus and Serena Williams have made their mark off the tennis courts too, inspiring young women to push for greatness.
Talk with several female athletes and a sports reporter in a live, global webchat about “Finding Strength Through Sports" March 29 at 6 a.m. EDT.
During Women’s History Month, we celebrate five brilliant women who made their marks in science, technology, engineering and math.
GoldieBlox — toys that combine construction projects and stories of a girl engineer named Goldie — foster spatial skills, and perhaps future engineers.
Alyssa Carson has a big dream — she's training to be on the first mission to Mars. A new law aims to inspire young women like her to stick with science.
The Danish company Lego announced that its newest set of building blocks will celebrate five women of NASA who took humanity to new heights.