women workers and professionals

Women of Democratic campaigns not tokens

Anita Dunn remembers a time in politics when it was almost unheard-of for women to be running political campaigns. Susan Estrich was Michael Dukakis' campaign manager in 1988, but she was an anomaly until 2000, when Dunn and another woman, Gina Glantz, ran the Bill Bradley campaign.

Astros deny exec taunted women reporters

The Houston Astros' front office ought to be talking about World Series preparations after a thrilling win brought them the American League crown. Instead, the team is dealing with one of its executives verbally accosting women journalists.

Boris Johnson: 'no interest to declare'

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted there was "no interest to declare" amid allegations he had a relationship with the American businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri during the time he served as the Mayor of London.

Thai model dies mysteriously after party

The mysterious death of a young woman in Thailand, whose body was found in the lobby of an apartment building, has gripped the nation and highlighted the risks women who work in the service and promotions industry face.

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.