The Global HER Act is a long-shot — but supporters say its odds are improved by the harshness of the Trump policy it would repeal.
"Don't eff with us. Don't eff without us."
The State Department finally released guidance on the expansion of renewed anti-abortion rules.
We wouldn't have noticed if Trump hadn't refused to shake her hand. But once you've seen it, you can't unsee it.
She was also asked tough questions about her role in the White House.
Playing the gender card helped the National Front leader soften her party's racist image — and, ironically, fight back against sexism. It worked well on TV, but will it work at the polls?
The UNFPA cuts will curtail family planning access worldwide — and undermine the economic inclusion of women President Trump has earlier publicly supported.
The study proves combining family planning and other medical services is good for women — but Trump policies could roll back these gains.
Limits on contraception, end of domestic violence protection, and an ongoing push to ban abortion — and that's just the start.
In 23 countries, a majority of women are claiming the often-contested label. But not everything is so rosy.
From the women displaced by Colombia's drug war to the "Avon ladies" who sell contraception door-to-door in Pakistan, these are some of the women we're praising today.
The clarification opens the door to a vastly different version of the rule than previously thought.
The bill, which passed after its third and final reading, means domestic violence is no longer a crime.
But nobody knows yet exactly what it means.
That's actually been illegal since 1973.
Women’s rights and health advocates expect the president's decision to reinstate the "global gag rule" will increase dangerous abortions around the world.
The first of more than 600 Women's Marches kicked off on Friday, when thousands of women took to the streets in Brussels, Tokyo and Osaka. Thousands more joined them in Sydney, Australia and Seoul, South Korea early Saturday.
At least 12 people were killed and 48 others injured when a truck plowed through a crowded market. BuzzFeed News correspondent Jina Moore is reporting from Berlin. Follow BuzzFeed News' updates on Tuesday's developments here.
Three women from Rwanda changed history when they testified about rape and genocide at a United Nations court. Nearly 20 years later, the same court tried to gag the film that tells their story.
US foreign policy on women’s health will take a big hit, but local advocates say the next US president won’t undermine their homegrown rights fights.