This College Student Led Her Own Women's March In Chicago
Despite the winter weather, between 150 and 200 people gathered in Chicago to commemorate the third annual Women's March.
We follow 19-year-old Jazmine Marie-Cruz as she organizes Chicago's third annual Women's March.
Missouri House of Representatives introduces dress code for women
A new, tougher dress code now requires women who serve Missouri's House of Representatives to wear a jacket, like a cardigan or blazer.By David A. Lieb / AP
NYC first city to provide free abortion pills
A clinic in the Bronx is the first of four clinics run by the city that is offering abortion pills — free of charge.By Jose Luis Magana / AP
Women would be able to count fetuses as passengers under new bill
Under the bill, pregnant women in Virginia could avoid getting a ticket for driving in an HOV lane.By Molly Riley / AP
More businesses are allowing pets in the office
A survey from Rover.com says nearly 75% of people are more likely to stay with a company that lets them bring pets to work.
FDA recalls hundreds of products after listeria detected at facility
The products, sold by Fresh Ideation Food Group, have a Fresh Creative Cuisine label and/or identifier on the bottom of the label.By Elizabeth White / CDC via AP
Ticket demand, anticipation grows as LeBron nears Kareem record
LeBron James is set to pass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's all-time scoring record of 38,387 points.By Gerald Herbert / AP