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These are the women who made history this week as the 116th U.S. Congress was sworn in
Just 15% of the oil and gas workforce is female—these women want to change that
Why Melinda Gates selects a 'word of the year' and not a New Year's resolution
Meet the 32-year-old nurse who just became the youngest black woman in Congress
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On Thursday, Nancy Pelosi was elected House speaker for the second time. In an interview earlier in the week with Elle, Pelosi reflected on speaking up when you're the best person for the job and why politics "is not a zero-sum game" between women.
"Nancy Pelosi on Her New Role, Trump's Manhood, and That Red Max Mara Coat" (Elle)
As The New York Times' designated globetrotter, writer Jada Yuan spent last year visiting all 52 of the paper's "Places to Go in 2018." Here's what she learned from 12 months on the road.
"1 Woman, 12 Months, 52 Places" (The New York Times)
Two Indian women made history on Wednesday when they entered an 800-year-old temple from which adult women have historically been banned. Female protesters reportedly turned out in the millions to support their entry.
"Two Indian women become first to enter temple after centuries-old ban overturned" (CNN)
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