New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern declares victory in her re-election bid.
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Nikki Porcher couldn’t find a support network for Black women entrepreneurs. So she created one.
Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna created a tool to alter genes. It earned them the top scientific distinction.
Thanks to recent rule changes, the 2020 crop of Eagle Scouts includes a handful of hard-working, history-making young women.
The tale of Aaina Jain and her business, Blu & Blue, illustrates the devastating impact of the pandemic on boutique apparel makers.
The show creator recently teamed up with Sienna Naturals, which makes eco-conscious Black hair care products.
The 24-year-old is the youngest to ever win Best Actress in a Drama Series. She thanked fellow younger people for “doing the work in the streets.”
Streaming service Netflix is said to have paid the hefty price for her upcoming film, “Bruised.”
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced new diversity standards that films must meet, both on-screen and behind the scenes.
The United States Postal Service’s recent crisis is hurting women-owned small businesses, with delayed orders, lost packages – and damage to customer relations.
The woman-centric dating app would be among just a handful of women-founded public companies.
The performer and entrepreneur encouraged everyone watching the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards to keep wearing masks.
We’re marking this ter-RUFF-ic holiday by spotlighting some of our favorite, fur-baby-loving female founders.
Dr. April Patterson, founder of Dr. Patty’s Dental Spa, recalls being one of just two Black women in dental school. Now, she’s elevating her own profile to be a role model to others.
Angela McIver, owner of Trapezium Math, says the pandemic has only worsened the gap between children from low-income families and necessary math skills.