President Barack Obama and other Democrats on Tuesday seized on Equal Pay Day -- a symbolic event dramatizing how much longer it takes a woman to earn as much as a man -- to court women voters and call out Republicans for inaction on the issue.
Five stars from the World Cup-winning U.S. women's national team have accused the U.S. Soccer Federation of wage discrimination in an action filed with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
President Barack Obama sought to showcase progress on his watch on closing the pay gap for women while keeping up the pressure on business, Congress and individuals to tackle an issue he said was still far from being solved.
Amid grappling with crisis in Ukraine, President Barack Obama made a pitch for women's pocketbook issues Thursday, calling for legislation requiring equal pay for equal work and saying Congress would get more done if it had more women.
Today is national ‘Equal Pay Day.’ One New Jersey legislator is calling for an end to the pay discrepancies that still plague women across America. She thinks having to ask for something that women so clearly deserve is ridiculous in the year 2013.
New Jersey's Democratic leaders are calling on Governor Chris Christie to support equal pay legislation in New Jersey as women across the state gather to participate in the 2012 Governor’s Conference for Women.
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