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    The cast of The View just slammed Felicity Huffman for her “white privilege”

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Amal Clooney has stepped up to defend a woman being silenced by her president

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Forget Judge Judy, Chrissy Teigen is presiding over her own court in a new show

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What will happen to Felicity Huffman now she has pleaded guilty in the college admissions case?

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“I was stalked by my ex, but people mistook it for romantic flattery”

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“What working with wild wolves taught me about being a woman”

“In my experience, the world of wolves is a world of women...”

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The bill was expected to pass handily — so why is it in trouble now?

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How Supreme Court judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg became a feminist icon

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The problem with Brock Turner and the “outercourse” defence

What is outercourse and how is it used in the legal system?

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The prosecutor from Netflix's The Staircase dead at 57

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England’s first female barrister was a tireless advocate for women’s rights

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