The vast majority of the world's wild blueberries come from a sparsely populated county on the easternmost tip of Maine. But a quiet season has many worried that the annual blueberry harvest has changed irreversibly.
In 1970, 46 women filed a landmark gender-discrimination case against NEWSWEEK. Forty years later, their contemporary counterparts question how much has actually changed.
When men in the military rape other men in the ranks, no one wants to talk about it. Why the sexual assault of males in the service is finally being confronted.
Female athletes, especially the talented ones, have been accused of not really being female for almost as long as they've been allowed to compete. Inside the IOC's efforts to determine what makes a woman a woman.
A soldier and a cadet, quietly together under Don't Ask, Don't Tell, survive a sexual assault.
Maine rebrands the other other white meat.
While the U.S. has spent billions on translators, who often place themselves and their families at risk to work with coalition forces, just 50 Afghan translators have received visas this year.
A rare condition called Body Integrity Identity Disorder compels its sufferers to want to amputate, or paralyze, their own healthy limbs.
Women are the biggest emerging market in the history of the planet--more than twice the size of India and China combined. If we've just come through a "mancession," then the recovery, it seems, will be feminized.
Despite outrage from officials--and even the White House--sexual assaults in the military have only continued to rise.
A star athlete claims Annapolis failed to help her after she reported her rape.
How stuffy old NPR became a hotbed for female journalists.