Supreme Court Strikes Down Texas Abortion Clinic RegulationsThe Supreme Court struck down Texas' regulation of abortion clinics in a controversial case in nearly a quarter century.
Impact Of Abortion Ruling On Florida Law UnclearFlorida abortion providers are breathing sighs of relief following a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Monday.
More Women Than Ever Are Lacing Up & RunningWomen are outnumbering men in races and it's not just for the health benefits.
Doctor: Baby Born In US To Mom With Zika Has Birth Defect A baby born to a mother with the Zika virus in the U.S. appears to have been affected by the disease, according to a doctor who helped deliver the baby.
WHO: Sexual Transmission Of Zika More Common, New Guide ReleasedWorld health officials says sexual transmission of Zika is more common than they first thought.
After Gamergate, Female Video Game Developers On The RiseStudents from an all-women arts college stood out while they attended a conference for video game developers last year but that may be changing.
Obama Puts Pressure On Lawmakers To Pass Zika FundingPresident Barack Obama urged lawmakers to approve emergency spending to curb the spread of the Zika virus as the number of pregnant women infected has tripled.
Robin Wright Demanded Equal Pay For "House Of Cards"Actress Robin Wright says she demanded the same pay as her "House of Cards" co-star Kevin Spacey and got it.
Senate Passes Zika Funding Measure As Concerns Grow In Florida The Senate could vote Tuesday on $1.1 billion to fight the Zika virus – something of concern to Florida which is considered the front-line in the Zika fight.
Ocean Drive Magazine Names Rudabeh Shahbazi Among Most Influential WomenOcean Drive Magazine has named who they think are the most influential women. Among them are local, high-profile women including one of our own.
Womb Transplant Recipient Grateful For Chance At PregnancyA woman who underwent the nation's first uterus transplant prayed for years to be able to have a child and is grateful for the donor's family and surgeons who gave her that chance, she said Monday.
Study Suggests Women Write Better Code Than MenIn the gender battle among the tech world, the latest round just may be going to the ladies.

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