California Is Set to Require Public Universities Offer On-Campus Abortions

A bill heads to California Gov. Gavin Newsom's desk, and he's pledged to sign it.
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Jeffrey Epstein Might Have Taken Girls as Young as 11 to His Private Island Last Year

An air traffic controller witnessed Epstein traveling with pre-teen girls.
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Pregnant Woman Says Her Baby Died After Prison Guards Stopped at Starbucks on the Way to the Hospital

Three women are suing the Orange County jail for substandard care while they were pregnant.
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Study Finds Period Tracking Apps May Be Sharing Intimate Details with Facebook

Facebook also wants to know “if you are feeling happy, anxious or excited". And knowing when you are in a vulnerable state of mind means advertisers can strategically target you.
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‘I'm Just Angry He's Not Alive’: Jeffrey Epstein’s Victims Are Enraged They Can’t Face Him in Court

‘‘I was nothing. I was his slave.”
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Elementary School Girls Compete in Japan’s National Sumo Competition for the First Time

“It’s not only boys who can practice or enjoy sumo.”
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Autopsy Reveals How Jeffrey Epstein Ended His Life

An official autopsy shows Epstein died of suicide by hanging in his Manhattan Correctional Center cell.
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People Keep Filming Japanese Flight Attendants Without Their Consent

A new survey found that about 60 percent of flight attendants in Japanese airlines believe they have been secretly filmed or photographed while on duty.
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When the Conflict Zone You're Reporting on Is Home

We spoke to Zahra Hankir—editor of "Our Women on the Ground," a new collection of essays by Arab women reporters—about why no one else can report on the region like Arab women can.
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It Will Soon Be Illegal to Get Paid as a Surrogate Mother in India

The proposed bill says surrogacy will only involve Indian couples, and will be done by a ‘close relative’, with no money involved.
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'I Lost Everything': The Obscene Cost of Being a Woman with a Chronic Health Problem

Medical debt hounds some people more than others.
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South Korean Women Are Fighting Societal Pressure through the #NoMarriage Movement

A collective rejection of marriage and motherhood has empowered South Korean women to oppose the government's pressures for them to have children.
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