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Somewhere in the bustling Lebanese coastal city of Beirut lived a girl with artistic aspirations. But she was naturally adept at math and science, so her

8 Women Who Already Made The World A Better Place In 2014

Col. Jamila Bayaz was appointed to run security in the Kabul's District 1 in January, becoming the first woman in such a senior frontline ro...

Olivia Wilde: 10 Women Who Changed My Life

Mali Finn, casting director At 16 I was Mali's intern. I never figured out how to make good coffee, but she let me keep the job and taught me never ...

Here's a full list of Canada's 88 female MPs

Women now make up 26 per cent of the House of Commons.

9 Black Women Who are Directing Upcoming Feature Films

Being that of feature film directors are women of color (Directors Guild of America, Diversity Report), some powerful black woman are rising above the

These girls are saving the world better than any superheroes could

For International Women’s Day, Plan International wants you to meet some boundary-breaking girls empowering their own communities.

Leslie Blodgett, 51 is celebrating 20 years at Bare Escentuals, the once struggling cosmetics company she turned into an industry giant. Her genius strategy: becoming a QVC star (she once sold $1.4 million dollars worth of products in an hour). Shieido bought Bare Escentuals for a whopping $1.7 billion, Blodgett has stayed on as Executive Chairman.

Women in Science Wednesday! Regina Flannery Herzfeld (1904-2004) was one of the first female anthropologists in the United States. #Groundbreaker

Maria Goeppert Mayer: 1906-1972; Maria Goeppert-Mayer was a German-born American theoretical physicist, and Nobel laureate in Physics for proposing the nuclear shell model of the atomic nucleus. She is the second female laureate in physics, after Marie Curie.

Catherine Samba-Panza (born June 26, 1954) a women's rights activist and reconciliation advocate who is known in the Central African Republic as "mother courage," was selected to lead the country in January amid devastating ethnic clashes that forced more than 1 million people to flee their homes. As CAR's first female president, she pledged to lead the country away from the circle of bloodshed. Prior to becoming president, she was appointed Mayor of Bangui from May 2013. She will take the…