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.
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An epidemic of uncivil discourse is taking over our national dialogue. Can we break the cycle?
College student and Maryland native Sofie Jacobs writes about registering to vote in Michigan, rather than her home state.
Sonat Birnecker Hart shook up her career by transitioning from college history professor to president of a distillery.
Ethel Kessler, the art director behind the new 2016 Hanukkah Forever stamp, is considered a rock star in stamp design.
The number of women pursuing tech careers hasn’t been growing - so activists are working to transform the tech field into a friendlier space.
See what's growing as JWI's Young Women's Leadership Network expands westward.
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.
Three women write about one value their different faiths have in common: respect for women.
Creating a wedding that sets the tone for a marriage.
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.
Magazines and fashionistas have been talking about the rise of “office casual," so should jeans still be reserved for Fridays? We asked Lauren Friedman, author of the brand new book 50 Ways to Wear Denim.
The sexist double standard isn’t dead but has lost its political punch, says historian and author Nancy Cohen, but that doesn’t mean that women’s political equality will happen overnight.