The Duchess of Cambridge may be a “fully fledged member” of the royal family now, but her effect on fashion sales is still all her own.
After 30-year-old Claire Squires collapsed on the final leg of the course, donations in her memory skyrocketed.
World Book Night, an event started in the U.K., aims to give away one million books to one million people. TIME spoke to Jamie Byng, the event’s founder and chair, about how books can make the world a saner place.
After a proposal to cut funding to Planned Parenthood sparked outrage in January, the Susan G. Komen breast cancer foundation is having trouble attracting donors.
Allowing transgender women to compete was positive and forward-thinking. But are pageants really becoming inclusive?
It looks like the saga that’s engulfed the U.K. could make the leap across the pond, as a British lawyer has announced he’ll be taking legal action within the U.S. on behalf of three new alleged victims of phone-hacking.
Finally, a beer marketing gimmick that makes sense.
Famed “fratire” writer Tucker Max attempted to donate half a million dollars to the cash-strapped organization, but was denied. Why? Because sometimes a check isn’t just a check
Are websites like Pinterest, Tumblr and Facebook enabling eating disorders? And can they really do anything to stop it?
Which states have been ranked the worst for women to live in? iVillage takes a look at the places where it’s hard to be a woman
Which states top the list of the best places to live for women? iVillage takes a look at the places where the nation’s healthy, wealthy and wise women reside.
Even before Limbaugh called Sandra Fluke a “slut,” women everywhere had been discussing and organizing around an oft-maligned word.