Australia's prime minister Julia Gillard is one badass motherfucker. In an impassioned 15-minute smackdown in front of the house of Representatives, the country's first female leader gave a scathing speech calling out opposition leader Tony Abbott's extremely misogynistic comments, actions, views on abortion and…
A woman hasn't moderated a general-election presidential debate since 1992, but three teenage girls from New Jersey are hoping to change that. Last Tuesday, Emma, Sammi, and Elena stormed into the Washington headquarters of the Commission on Presidential Debates with 118,000 signatures backing up their petition for a…
New USA show Political Animals features Sigourney Weaver playing the Secretary of State. And while Weaver is just acting like a political figure, she has a lot of thoughts about women in government.
For Arnold Schwarzenegger — actor, Terminator and former governor — his marriage may be ending, but the buzz about his personal life has only just begun. One woman who claims to have had an affair with Schwarzenegger while he was married insists she was one of many ladies with whom he was having sex.
The latest news about 74-year-old Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi is that there exists photographic evidence of him frolicking with showgirls in the infamous "bunga bunga" room.
House Democrats have elected Nancy Pelosi to remain as party head, despite calls from some quarters for a change of leadership. She'll assume the new position when Republicans take the majority in January.
Polish pop singer Sara May — real name Katarzyna Szczolek — would like to win a district council seat in her hometown of Warsaw, and she's using photographs of herself in a bikini as part of her campaign.
Playgirl model and Wasilla, Alaska mayoral candidate is running on a platform which focuses on "better schools, less crime and more jobs for citizens of Wasilla and neighboring Palmer." First he has to get his high school diploma, though.
The New York Times asks: Who will win over the working women in the election? Sarah Palin has been speaking almost daily. Hillary Clinton is campaigning only once or twice a week. Michelle Obama is doing the best she can. "Co-workers of mine who had supported Hillary for president are now backing Palin and McCain, and…