Here's a look at three women scientists who were trailblazers during a time when men dominated the field of science.
Today Sandra Day O'Connor turns 85. To celebrate her birthday, here are some facts about the life and influential accomplishments of the FWOTSC.
Our Women's History Month continues with a snapshot into the career of the first female to win an Oscar for Best Director: Kathryn Bigelow.
To celebrate Women's History Month and Red Cross Month, we're taking a look at the inspiring life of Clara Barton, the founder of the American Red Cross, who made it her mission to serve humanity in troubled spots around the world.
As Nellie Bly reaches a milestone 150 today, she proved that the newsroom needed a woman's perspective. Read about her and other powerful women in journalism who were movers and shakers.
The woman who would become Annie Oakley was born Phoebe Ann Moses, August 13, 1860, in Greenville, a city in Darke County, Ohio. Her family lived on a small farm with a patriarch who provided for them by hunting, trapping, and trading in local markets...