How did patriarchy become common around the world, and can we change the dominance of men in societies? Science journalist Angela Saini explores these questions in her new book, "The Patriarchs; The Origins of Inequality."
In a series of tweets, President Donald Trump said no transgender person can serve in the military, although thousands already do.
Afghanistan alone is allocated one-fifth of the aid — $16 per woman in that country.
As more people become comfortable with outing themselves as pan-sexual or genderqueer, the way we refer to them is changing.
Next year, for example, the US government will spend $133 million to increase the presence of women in peace and security forces in places like Afghanistan, Pakistan and Nigeria.
The uniform building code was implemented in the 1920s as a way to unify building standards, but it also enshrined in law that restrooms must be segregated by binary gender — a policy that underlies the recent controversy over transgender people and public restrooms.
Violence against women is an important predictor of extremism among terrorist groups. But violence against women is by no means an exclusively "over there" problem. And that's the point of a new TV show.
By 2016, US military combat roles are supposed to be integrated. But this female Marine commander says she was fired when she pushed other women to improve their training scores to reach the levels of men.
How one cartoon transcends its medium to provide powerful insights about gender identity.
When women climb the management ladder, their wage gap with men grows even wider.