Legal experts are analyzing Johnny Depp’s trial triumph over ex-wife Amber Heard not just for the twists and turns of the courtroom drama but also for the broader consequences the jury’s ruling will have in the greater world.
Millions of individuals worldwide have had persistent symptoms due to a Covid-19 infection, but the science on the topic is still in its early stages. Researchers are working hard to uncover the various mysteries surrounding Long Covid. Experts investigate how the illness affects various people, determining who is most vulnerable and hunting for new remedies.
Three women, including Lt. Gov. Molly Gray and Senate President Pro Tempore Becca Balint, are among the Democrats vying for the seat vacated by the state’s lone U.S. House member, Democrat Peter Welch, who is seeking to go to the Senate. Both Republican candidates who have registered to run in the midterm elections are women.
Marine stakeholders and companies have expressed concern over an apparent gender imbalance on reconstituted boards of parastatals in the transport and maritime industries.
According to a nonprofit, women with asthma in the UK are twice as likely as men to die from an asthma attack.
Founder of the Everyday Sexism Project, Laura Bates, discusses the prevalence of rape and sexual violence against women and girls and how systemic misogyny explains why so many perpetrators escape conviction. Her new book, Fix the System Not the Women, was just released.
In a unanimously adopted statement, the United Nations Security Council urged the Taliban to “swiftly reverse” policies restricting human rights and freedoms for Afghan women amid fears that the Taliban was turning back the clock on women’s rights.