Major U.S. corporations are steering their charity to women's economic empowerment, from factory workers to women-owned businesses.
If there is no place to escape, victims of domestic violence must either submit or fight back, inviting further abuse. Shelters are a basic community need.
The first Miss America of Indian descent, Nina Davuluri, is also the first Miss America to have earned a science degree.
Women, who are important managers of natural resources, will be major factors in constructive responses to climate change.
During the United State of Women Summit, companies will discuss the gender-pay gap and developing programs for future female entrepreneurs.
Community-based education centers in remote Afghan provinces bring educational opportunities to women and girls for the first time.
Police around the world have a difficult time convincing domestic violence victims to seek help. Cindy Rodriguez has an advantage: She's been there.
Girls' human rights are abused and they are deprived of education in many countries around the world, yet educating girls is key to strong economies.
One in 3 women is a victim of violence or abuse. Support 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence and reverse the trend.