From global politics to U.S. elections, Harper's BAZAAR brings you the latest in the news that matters most.
Today, the Supreme Court mulls over the fate of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
For our 2019 Women Who Dare series, the activist implores white women to think about the privilege of rest.
The star of "Smart, Funny & Black" sits down with Angela Rye to break down the angry black woman stereotype.
For our 2019 Women Who Dare series, the activist asks Gloria Steinem whether the perfect feminist exists.
California's wildfire season is in full force, prompting the evacuation of thousands.
"I refuse to let this experience scare off other women who dare to take risks," she said firmly.
The decision will go into effect by November 22.
The “good mother” of the 21st century is essentially bound to her child every moment of every day, and cheerful about it.
New drinking game idea: Take a shot every time Zuckerberg says "congresswoman."
Swaths of people continue to pledge loyalty to a man who literally wants to throw people into an alligator moat.
New York just became the first state to require manufacturers to disclose the ingredients of their menstrual products.
Retorts about the 16-year-old are, at times, outright hilarious.
Members of the Trump administration are going to waltz away from this terrible period completely unscathed.
From climate change to capitalism, the presidential candidate has a plan for issues affecting everyday Americans.
From student loan debt to gun control to plastic straws, we've rounded up some of the presidential candidate's most notable quotes.
Masculinity is being sold to men at a great price.
Here’s how you can help the rainforest, even if you don't live in Brazil.
Longer waits, delayed care, and possible clinic closures may loom in the future.
It could get kicked out of the program in a matter of days.
Whether it's sending aid or joining the fight for common sense gun laws, here's what you can do.
We've prayed 2,188 times since Sandy Hook, and nothing has happened. That's intentional.
The fact she's preaching love, not hate, seems to be cause for snickering.
In the rest of the developed world, these ideas are pretty normal.
If Trump’s bullying was working, we’d see a Congress made up of more white men. We’re not.
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