Women Could Have Equal Pay by 2050Women are on pace to achieve pay parity by the year 2059.
UK Grants 1st License to Make Babies Using DNA From 3 PeopleIn effort to prevent women from passing on potentially fatal genetic diseases to their children — the first time such approval has been granted.
World's Oldest Golf Club Finally Will Allow Female MembersThe policy at Muirfield in Scotland was changed after the course was taken off a list of possible British Open hosts.
Abortion Bill Gains Approval in Board of AldermenThe bill would prohibit discrimination based on a person's reproductive health decisions or pregnancy.
Wash U Ends Men's Soccer Suspension for 'Sexually Explicit' MessagesThe men's team was suspended in December, two days after the women's soccer team filed a formal complaint.
Protesters May Face 'Buffer Zone' Outside of Planned ParenthoodA St. Louis Alderwoman wants to create a 15-foot buffer zone on the public sidewalk outside Planned Parenthood, to keep protesters farther away from women going into the clinic.
Report: Missouri Women Struggle to Close Pay Gap``As corporate leaders can see the data, they then can make the leap to really develop solutions,'' Women's Foundation President Wendy Doyle said.
Missouri State to Designate Some Gender-Neutral BathroomsOn Nov. 18, large signs placed near the restroom entrances stated the change will ``allow anyone, at any time, to use either restroom.''
New Clothing Line Empowers Sexually Exploited Women"Bravely" will launch on Sunday, Nov. 13th at a fashion show event at the Boo Cat Club.
Feds: Photographer Duped Dozens Of Women Into Having SexA Kansas City-area man is accused of duping dozens of women into having sex with him on camera as ``rehearsal'' for pornographic movies.
Mizzou Basketball Picked to Finish Last in SECHead coach Kim Anderson said his current situation at Mizzou is like nothing he's experienced, but 'loves the challenge.'
Study: Morning Sickness Beneficial to Pregnant WomenThe National Institutes of Health found evidence that nausea and vomiting during pregnancy is associated with a lower risk of miscarriage.

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