gender pay gap

New USWNT coach feels weight of expectation

How do you build on near perfection? That is the daunting challenge facing Vlatko Andonovski after the 43-year-old was appointed as the new head coach of the United States Women's National soccer team.

South Korea's young men are fighting against feminism

On the same street corner in Seoul where 10,000 South Korean women rallied last October to demand an end to spy cameras and sexual violence, the leader of a new activist group addressed a small group of angry young men.

USWNT equal-pay lawsuit set for May trial

A gender discrimination lawsuit filed by members of the US women's soccer team against the US Soccer Federation has been scheduled for trial starting May 5, a spokeswoman for the players said.

House bill would block World Cup funds over women's pay

Two Democratic congresswomen on Tuesday introduced a bill that would block federal funding for the 2026 men's World Cup until the U.S. Women's National Team earns "fair and equitable wages compared to the US men's team."

Bill calls for equal pay for men, women's national teams

Two female Democratic senators are calling for equal pay for female athletes playing for the country's national teams, as the US Women's National Team returned from their victorious World Cup tour to a parade Wednesday -- and their pending lawsuit demanding equal pay.

World Cup win spurs equal pay debate

The US Women's National Team sealed the deal with its fourth stunning victory Sunday at the World Cup, but the players are still fighting another battle back home.

How to achieve equality at work

After #MeToo, there's been a lot more talk about the advancement of women in the workforce. But how do we actually achieve it?

Australian rugby introduces pay parity

In December, Raelene Castle became Australian rugby's first female chief executive and now the country's men and women's rugby sevens teams will start on the same pay.