The word was reportedly first used in the U.S. in 1832.
Starting next year, women in Saudi Arabia will be allowed to drive. But there's still a lot to be done in the fight for equality.
Liberia has an upcoming election and more women are wanting to run for office.
Ertharin Cousin formerly led the World Food Programme, but she's still working to end a global issue.
Global Witness, a nonprofit, tracks the killings of environmental protectors, and its latest annual data suggests 2016 was the deadliest yet.
The U.S. is one of several countries that typically backs U.N. sanctions -?but do those sanctions actually work?
Aung San Suu Kyi had said little about the Rohingya crisis until Tuesday. In her 30-minute speech, she didn't denounce violence against the group.
Ada Cheng was a professor for 15 years before taking a different direction.
Since the Know Your Rights app was released last year, it's been downloaded tens of thousands of times.
The government wants people to relocate, but some are putting up a fight.
Doctors Without Borders created a traveling exhibit to show Americans the types of issues refugees face.
As the Red Cross seeks donations for relief efforts after Hurricane Harvey, critics are citing a 2016 report on the organization's track record.