Claire Zillman

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday took steps to mend the nation’s fractured relationship with its own LGBT community
The torch’s journey to the next Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea in February will cover some 1,200 miles by plane, ship, train, sailboat, robot, zip wire, cable car, and bike
Ruth Bader Ginsburg says today's sexism is not always deliberate: “What remains is what’s often called unconscious bias"
Anthony Scaramucci, the Wall Street financier whom President Donald Trump appointed White House communications director on Friday, is considered a polished, smooth-talking antidote to former press secretary Sean Spicer, whose brief tenure with the administration was marked by verbal stumbles and outright gaffes  
Naomi Scott is of British and Indian heritage and some critics of the decision see it as a suggestion by Disney that women of Indian and Middle Eastern heritage look the same
"My heart is with my former colleagues, their families & staff, and the US Capitol Police- public servants and heroes today and every day," Gabby Giffords tweeted Wednesday
The first lady has, at times, looked unenthusiastic if not downright displeased as the first couple has been paraded through diplomatic protocol and photo-ops in Saudi Arabia, Israel, and Rome
Ivanka Trump is reportedly planning a trip to Berlin in April where she’s expected to attend the W20 summit, a women-focused effort within the Group of 20 countries