Carly Fiorina, the former chief executive of Hewlett-Packard, is expected to announce her candidacy for President of the United States on May 4th. We've got the main points you need to know about her:
She’s a staunch Republican. Although according to a national CNN poll released last week, only 2% of Republicans named her as their first choice in the presidential election, less than 12 other candidates and likely candidates.
She has never held elected office. Read More
BY Jamie Bogert
on Apr 27, 2015
A 7.8 magnitude earthquake rocked the capitol of Nepal on Saturday and was the worst the country has seen for almost 80 years. The death toll has reached more than 3,600 and is continuing to rise; photographs and videos have taken over media outlets here in the U.S. and many are left wondering how they can help.
When it comes to giving and donating to organizations it’s important to know exactly who and what you are giving to. Read More
Although the age of 49 does coincide with the generally accepted end of a woman’s child-bearing years, it does not signify the end of her life. So why do data collectors ignore older women?
In a world in which decisions are made by conferring with polls, it is appalling that women above the age of 49 are completely left out of the equation. Most international data, which includes metrics on health, employment, assets and domestic violence, collects information on people from the ages of 15 to 49. Read More
BY PRINCESS WEEKES
on Apr 13, 2015
Malala Yousafzai has quickly become one of the most important women on the planet for so many reasons and it is only right that her influence should reach interstellar proportions.
The youngest Noble Peace Prize recipient in history now has a 2-mile-wide asteroid named after her. The asteroid called, 316201 Malala, orbits the sun every five and a half years in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, according to TIME.
Amy Mainzer, the woman who named the asteroid for Malala, recently wrote about her the choice on the Malala Fund Blog. Read More
BY Hannah Baxter
on Apr 01, 2015
For the first time in the U.S. a woman has been found guilty of feticide and is facing 20 years in prison. A jury convicted Indiana resident Purvi Patel, 33, of felony child neglect in addition to the feticide charge for the death of her second trimester fetus.
In July 2013, Patel entered the emergency room of St. Joseph Hospital in Mishawaka, Indiana, with heavy vaginal bleeding. Although she initially denied it, she later told the hospital staff that she had suffered a miscarriage and placed the stillborn fetus in a dumpster. Read More