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Ivanka Trump, Education Secretary DeVos promote STEM careers
Ivanka Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos say it's vital that girls and young women pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math
Scarlett Johansson opens up about 'Ghost in the Shell'
The actress discusses what it was like to play both woman and machine in her new film.
Scarlett Johansson defends 'Ghost in the Shell' casting: 'She's essentially identityless'
Actress Scarlett Johansson opened up about her new film, "Ghost in the Shell," addressing the controversy surrounding her being cast as the heroine and discussing the difficulties of being a woman in Hollywood, in an interview with " Good Morning America " anchor Michael Strahan that aired today.
Turks in Germany sharply divided over Turkey's referendum
Tensions are running high in Germany's Turkish immigrant community, as voting booths open to let some 1.4 million expatriate immigrants with Turkish passports cast their ballots for a referendum on expanding the Turkish president's powers
Scarlett Johansson on feminism, the Women's March and her new film
Scarlett Johansson made headlines when she spoke passionately at the Women's March earlier this year, and now the actress has explained why it was important for her to be there and to continue fighting for women's rights. "I think it's important to know that the Women's March was not against Donald
Nevada backs Equal Rights Amendment decades after deadline
Nevada has become the first state to approve the Equal Rights Amendment decades after the deadline to enshrine in the U.S. Constitution that women and men are equal under the law
Key moments from Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearing
The judge talked about originalism, women's rights and the right to die at his Senate hearing.
Supreme Court nominee seeks distance from Trump administration, says attacks on federal judges 'disheartening'
Judge Neil Gorsuch sought to distance himself from the Trump administration and slam the president for his attacks against federal judges during his testimony before members of Congress on Tuesday, his second day of a Supreme Court confirmation hearing. Gorsuch said he was offended by language used
Key moments from SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearing
Judge Neil Gorsuch , President Trump's nominee to be the next U.S. Supreme Court justice, testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee today, answering questions about the president's travel ban, Roe v. Wade and other hot button issues. Here are some of the key takeaways from today's hearing.
Meet the 8 Sitting Supreme Court Justices
President Trump's Supreme Court justice nominee, 49-year-old Judge Neil Gorsuch, beings his confirmation hearings Monday. If confirmed, he would replace another conservative, Justice Antonin Scalia, who passed away in his sleep at age 79 in February 2016. Since then, the court has had only eight