From rappelling down helicopters to leading hotshot crews, these women are driving change in the male-dominated forest service One hot and dry midsummer day in Utah, Hannah Gross went to her first fire.
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Kamala Harris isn’t the first black woman to run for vice president—or the first Asian. On Tuesday Joe Biden announced that Kamala Harris would be his running mate in the 2020 presidential election, making
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Despite being a heartbeat from the presidency, this role was surprisingly ill-defined throughout much of the country’s history. Former vice president and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joseph
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A noted historian examines two myths about what the 19th Amendment did—and didn’t—do for women in 1920. When it comes to the story of women’s suffrage and the 19th Amendment, two competing myths dominate.