Susan B. Anthony News
Ode to the Girl On a Wheel
"I think bicycling has done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world. It gives women a feeling of freedom and self-reliance. I stand and rejoice every time I see a woman ride by on a wheel the picture of free, untrammeled womanhood." -- Susan B. Anthony, 1896 Girls who break camp
Behind the Scenes at the American History Museum
ABC News' Freda Kahen-Kashi takes a dive into the museum's archives to get a sneak peak at their upcoming Democracy exhibit.
Rochester Mayor Places Tribute to Clinton at Susan B . Anthony's Grave
Lovely Warren, the mayor of Rochester, has placed a thank you letter next to Susan B. Anthony’s grave site to commemorate the historic nomination of Hillary Clinton . Clinton officially became the first female candidate for president of any major party on Tuesday, and Warren highlighted the
News of Clinton's Historic Nomination Reaches Susan B . Anthony
On Election Day 1872, suffragette Susan B. Anthony illegally voted for a president. She was later arrested and fined $100 for the voting as a woman. On Election Day 2016, a woman’s name will presumably top the ticket for a major political party for the first time in U.S. history. As news of Hillary
Ben Carson, Donald Trump Say Harriet Tubman Shouldn't Be on $20 Bill
Both men said Harriet Tubman's image should instead be placed on the two dollar bill.
Harriet Tubman to Appear on the Front of the $20 Bill
Women and civil rights leaders will also be added to redesigns of the $5 and $10 bills.
'Hamilton' Success May Keep Alexander Hamilton on $10 Bill
The Treasury Department had planned to replace Hamilton on the currency with a female historical figure.
Why the Government Is Redesigning the $10 Bill
The renewed interest in Alexander Hamilton, the nation's first Treasury secretary, is giving the current Treasury chief a headache. The Treasury chief, Jacob Lew , is trying to follow through on his pledge last year to honor a woman on the $10 bill without wiping Hamilton off the currency entirely,
'The Big Bang Theory's' Melissa Rauch Talks New Movie
The hilarious Melissa Rauch joins the ladies of "The View" to talk about fan-girling in front of Carol Burnett, being TV-pregnant, and that infamous sex scene in her new movie, "The Bronze."
Celebrate Women's History Month by Visiting These New York Destinations
If you're looking to celebrate Women's History Month by traveling, New York is your go-to state. From destinations in Manhattan to Seneca Falls, which is known as the birthplace of the Women's Rights Movement, the state of New York offers many places to learn more about the movement and reflect on