The problem is when we want an alpha male, we are threatening the ingrained role in men's DNA from caveman days of needing to be the provider. An alpha male looks at Katie and doesn't know how to play the provider role of being able to give to Katie in a way that will make her happy.
Like other cancer fighting programs stuggling to stay strong in today's economy, National Colon Cancer Awareness Month has kicked off without much fanfare.
For me, life is still forever defined by The Before and The After, as I suspect it may be for the grieving families in Connecticut.
By Alyssa Bereznak, Vanity Fair On the most recent episode of Saturday Night Live, the Lonely Island crew partnered with host Adam Levine and music...
Makers is a term for all women, whether or not she calls herself a feminist, makes a home, works on a construction crew. She may be the first woman firefighter, first female brigadier general, or first woman orthodox rabbi.
Joe's own difficult childhood exposure to family violence made him acutely sensitive of the fact that if kids at risk can find a safe place of support, it would be enough to break the cycle.
The first Day of Courage is taking place on Monday, Feb. 4, which would have been Rosa Parks' 100th birthday. Rosa had courage in excess although she probably didn't realize it until the support for her rose up from multitudes of individuals.
The Oprah Winfrey Network is not only about Oprah, but she is the foundation. When a foundation does not do what it is designed to do -- provide support and structure -- the house can not stand.
Who's next to leave the New York Times? The newspaper's buyout deadline is Thursday afternoon.
I always take in a person's looks first; I suppose we all do. My own insecurities are numerous, and it is impossible for me not to focus on other women and to compare myself to them, at least a little.
We seem to iconize certain newsies which is maybe why we have two new biographies in audio and print about veteran television newsfolk: Walter Cronkite and Dan Rather.
I think I understand as never before what motherhood does to too many women. It makes us disappear.
It is possible, even necessary, to disagree with someone while respecting their views. Katie Couric offers an example in Wikileaks founder Julian Assange whose methods she says are not always appropriate but his push for greater transparency in government is commendable.
Barbra and James spend time apart. They talk to each other on the phone often and then, when they do see each other, the thrill, excitement and romance of their relationship blooms bright.
Somewhere along the timeline of women's liberation, the message that we can have it all morphed into an oppressive belief that we should be able to do it all.
Can we protect our girls more? How can we support them so they don't feel like the weight of their worlds relies on their smiles?