NYT: More Women Are Keeping Their Maiden NamesMore women who are getting married are choosing to keep their maiden names. According to a recent New York Times article, about 20 percent of women married in recent years kept their maiden names.
Study Finds Workplace Temperature Is Designed For MenWomen who are always freezing at work finally know who to blame: Men.
Target Defends Selling Women's 'Trophy' ShirtTarget says it had no intention of offending anyone by selling a women's shirt with the word "Trophy" written on the front of it.
U.S. Treasury Says New $10 Bill Will Feature A WomanAlexander Hamilton, who has been featured on the $10 bill since 1929, is making way for a woman. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew is to officially announce Thursday that a redesign of the $10 will feature the first woman on the nation's paper money in more than a century.
5 Things To Know About Wine, Women And BaseballLast Friday, the Twins took on the Toronto Blue Jays. The game may have ended in a loss, but for a large group of women attending the night was still a win. That's because it was Wine, Women and Baseball.
Study: Women Do Almost Twice As Much Housework As MenAre men still doing less housework than women? According to a new study, the answer is yes.
Habitat for Humanity Program Empowers Women Thru Construction WorkA Minnesota mother of three boys is getting some much-needed home repairs thanks to generous volunteers. They are with Habitat for Humanity's Women Build program, which empowers women of all physical abilities through construction work -- and empowers the women who own the homes that are built or repaired.
Study: In Minnesota, Women Earn 80 Cents To Men's DollarA policy group tracking wages said that women still lag behind men when it comes to salaries, though Minnesota's disparity is not as pronounced as the country's at large. The Institute for Women's Policy Research said women working full-time earn about 78 cents to every dollar men make.
Minnesota Named Top State For WomenA new survey on the best environments for women in the United States this year listed Minnesota as the top overall spot.
More Women Freezing Eggs & Focusing On Careers FirstWhen and how women decide to have a family is changing. In some cases, women are postponing parenthood to focus on their career. Apple and Facebook are now even offering to pay for female employees to freeze their eggs.
Good Question: Why Do Women Outlive Men?The CDC reports the newest life expectancy numbers in the United States are at an all-time record high – 78.8 years. The authors of the study also found the life expectancy was 81.2 years for women but just 76.4 years for men – a gap of 4.8 years, the same as 2011.
Good Question: What Kind Of Fish (And How Much Of It) Should We Eat?A new report out says pregnant women should avoid all canned tuna. Consumer Reports said on Thursday it’s concerned about the mercury levels in some kinds of tuna.