Orman talks about her journey from broke waitress to money guru, and what we can learn from it.
Rescuing animals is only the beginning for the women behind these innovative and compassionate programs.
These cookies are both chewy and crunchy at the same time. The outside is a little hard, but the center remains soft. You may want to double the recipe because they disappear so fast.
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College student and Maryland native Sofie Jacobs writes about registering to vote in Michigan, rather than her home state.
Lovingly braided by generations of Jewish women, challah has graced our tables for centuries. Here are a few challah-themed gifts we can't resist.
For our #VoteLikeAGirl series, Dafna Michaelson Jenet speaks with JW magazine about what it’s like to run for office. Jenet is a first-time candidate for the Colorado House of Representatives, District 30.
For our #VoteLikeAGirl series, Alexandria, Va. Mayor Allison Silberberg speaks with JW magazine about growing up in a politically engaged family, how she defines public service, and why every vote counts.
See what's growing as JWI's Young Women's Leadership Network expands westward.
Mentors, networking and flexibility are the keys to finding new opportunities.
College students aren’t planning for their financial futures… but they should be.
Millennials are trying to prevent debt by avoiding credit cards, but pushing away the plastic creates its own problem.
While religion may fail to comfort a woman facing infertility and loss, Jewish spirit can still buttress a broken heart.
Elul, the month before Rosh Hashanah, is a Jewish self-help tool - a time of study and self-reflection, growth and discovery, to begin shaping the year ahead.
The gorgeous gold and orange colors in this celebration of carrots—oneof the symbolic vegetables on the Rosh Hashanah table—are reminiscent of sunshine and coins, and therefore of good fortune.
Grilled mushrooms can easily take the place of meat in a meal. Michael Solomonov’s technique ensures that they do not wind up tasting leathery or bland.
Debbie Levy's stirring new look at Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a must-read for young girls.
Jillian Cantor’s acclaimed novel offers a deft and poignant take on the story of two devoted mothers—one fictional, the other, only the second woman to be executed by the federal government.