women & girls
Munira Khalif will spend the next year as the U.S. youth observer to the U.N., showing millennials that their voices count on the international stage.
See how some mothers in Belgium, Afghanistan and Kenya are playing a big part in preventing their children from being radicalized to violence.
From designing gowns and luxury handbags to producing healthier rice and making adorable dolls, enterprising African women help communities prosper.
The American-made Dream Chaser spaceship will one day take astronauts and supplies into space. The woman leading that effort came to the U.S. from Turkey.
Meet some of the 2017 winners of the coveted James Beard Awards and learn about the food cultures from around the world that influenced the chefs.
In most countries, boys are more likely than girls to excel in math and science. That is starting to change, thanks to a push by countries and educators.
Human trafficking is a scourge of the modern world. But U.S. cities and states are taking steps to combat this $150-billion-a-year enterprise.
Ying McGuire immigrated to the United States from China to earn a master’s degree and now is vice president of a global technology-solutions company.
Afghan artisans demonstrate their skills in painting and various crafts in a museum exhibition in Washington, courtesy of a British charity.