The Colors That Have Marked Women's Movements Throughout The Years
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A record number of women nationwide are getting into politics by running for public office. Here are some of their stories.
Candidates running for national public office often get a majority of the attention compared with those in local races. But as more and more women across the U.S. pursue political careers, those smaller elections are getting harder to overlook.
Illinois is a great case study for this movement: Women are coming together and empowering one another as they run for local and state offices.
After anti-abortion measures failed in several states during the midterms, anti-abortion rights activists are analyzing what happened.By Phelan M. Ebenhack / AP
In Michigan, Vermont, Kentucky and California abortion rights voters prevailed.By Wilson Ring / AP
Abortion is on the ballot in many states, both directly and indirectly. Montana is the latest state to be considered an abortion island.By Newsy
Kirstie Alley died of cancer that was recently diagnosed, according to a social media post by her children.By Invision / AP
Expert say incidents are being seen in court as less a "meteor falling from sky" and more of something that companies should be prepared for.By Stephen Spillman / AP
Sudan's coup leaders and the main pro-democracy group signed a deal Monday to establish a civilian-led transitional government.By Marwan Ali / AP