Equal Pay Act News
Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg shares #MeToo experience
Sharing her own #MeToo experience, 84-year-old U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told a crowd at the Sundance Film Festival on Sunday that "it's about time" women speak up about sexual harassment. Speaking at a Park City, Utah forum, in advance of the premiere of a documentary about
NAACP President Sherrilyn Ifill Talks Sen. Sessions and Civil Rights
ABC News' Arlette Saenz chats with the NAACP president about her stance on responses by Sen. Jeff Sessions during his confirmation hearing.
Nancy Pelosi Tells Assembled Democrats to Look 'Onward to Victory'
House Democratic Leader Contrasts her Party With Republicans: "Our convention is different, and so is our mission."
Cecile Richards on Planned Parenthood, Women's Rights and Clinton
ABC News' LZ Granderson and Kristen Soltis Anderson interview Cecile Richards, the president of Planned Parenthood.
Barbara Mikulski Champions Hillary Clinton 'Because We Know She'll Carry the Torch for All of Us'
The first female Democratic senator spoke with the Democratic Women of the Senate at the DNC.
How 'House of Cards' Star Robin Wright Negotiated Equal Pay
The actress reveals the tactics she used to get the raise that brought her earnings for "House of Cards" equal to those of her co-star Kevin Spacey.
Dollars but no sense: Golf's long history of shortchanging women
When Jordan Spieth rounds Amen Corner this weekend and begins making his way back to the clubhouse at Augusta National Golf Club, the world will be watching as he tries to defend his 2015 Masters title. A short distance away, through a thick curtain of magnolia trees and across Rae's Creek, lies
ARCHIVE VIDEO: President Lyndon B. Johnson Remarks on the Equal Pay Act of 1963
June 13, 1964: President Lyndon B. Johnson addresses women at the White House on the terms of the Equal Pay Act.
Unwrapping the USWNT's equal-pay filing and what it means
The U.S. Women's National team has been mired in legal action for the better part of 2016. The players are fighting for equal pay, and the result has been lawsuits, collective bargaining agreement (CBA) arguments and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaints. Got questions? So did we. Q:
Hillary Clinton Campaign Leans Heavily on Feminism to Make Case Against Bernie Sanders
In the closing days before Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary, Hillary Clinton has been leaning heavily on feminism to make a case against her opponent Bernie Sanders . On Sunday, Bill Clinton unleashed a tirade aimed at people who he alleges are Sanders supporters who he said are making “vicious” and