Women's Rights News
Trump avoids pointing to Saudis' human rights failings
Trump praises Saudi kingdom while making little if any mention of human rights failings
Melania, Ivanka Trump promote women's empowerment abroad
Ivanka Trump attended a roundtable on women and economics in Saudi Arabia while the first lady visited a school and an all-women business center.
Trump turnabout: Taking a softer tone on Islam in Mideast
Trump rhetoric on Middle East and Islam takes a softer tone while he visits Saudi Arabia and meets with Gulf leaders
Women on the world stage
First lady Melania Trump visited a Saudi all-women business center and Ivanka Trump spoke at a Twitter forum, pushing empowerment themes.
Contradictions add up during Trump's Saudi visit
As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump railed against President Barack Obama for failing to utter the words "radical Islamic terrorism." Now that he's president, Trump has changed his tune.
Trump lavishes praise on Saudis, but silent on human rights
President Donald Trump lavished praise on Saudi Arabia during his visit to the desert kingdom, calling the country "magnificent."
Trump begins first overseas trip as commander-in-chief
In Saudi Arabia, Trump takes part in a ceremonial dance after accepting a gold medal welcome; he and the Saudi King sign a $110 billion arms deal.
First lady Melania Trump forgoes head scarf in Saudi Arabia
First lady Melania Trump stepped off Air Force One at King Khalid International Airport Saturday morning without a head scarf -- following the example of her predecessor, Michelle Obama -- and potentially creating a stir in this conservative Islamic country. Women here, including visitors and
Critics scrutinize Saudi Arabia's human rights record ahead of Trump visit
President Donald Trump embarks on Friday on his first foreign trip, the timing and itinerary of which are notably different than his predecessors. Trump’s mid-May departure is three months later than George H.W. Bush and Barack Obama, whose first foreign trips were in February, shortly after their
Young or old, Saudi women live under male relatives' control
'I need his permission for everything': Three generations of Saudi women living under the control of their fathers, husbands and even sons