Romney stupidly says women suffered almost all the job losses since Obama took office. By Leslie Bennetts.
Leslie Bennetts, a special correspondent for Newsweek/The Daily Beast, is a former reporter at Vanity Fair and The New York Times. She is the author of the national bestseller The Feminine Mistake: Are We Giving Up Too Much?
Memo to Ann Romney: Motherhood is hard work, but it’s not a career, argues Leslie Bennetts.
Spending money on becoming more attractive doesn’t help women pay the bills when they get old, says Leslie Bennetts.
Clubby male behavior reinforces subjugation of women and minorities the world over, writes Leslie Bennetts.
A study of census data, exclusive to The Daily Beast, reveals that more than half of older women in America are unable to pay for their basic needs.
The president's senior advisor tells Mellody Hobson what Obama's doing to advance women—and stresses fostering confidence in girls.
Women have made so many strides, yet positions of power are still dominated by men. Why haven’t we made more progress, asks Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, and what can we do to change things?
Christian conservatives like Santorum are trampling on our right to be free of any state-sanctioned religion and its dictates, says Leslie Bennetts.
JFK intern Mimi Alford talks about her presidential affair and tell-all book with Leslie Bennetts.
Leslie Bennetts says we should remember that in office, Newt’s acted the same way he behaves as a husband.