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New job of US vice president's wife sparks LGBT+ furor

16 Jan 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The wife of the U.S. vice president has started a job teaching art to children, the White House announced, working at a private school with a policy of refusing LGBT+ students and teachers.

Giant U.S. bank reveals 29 percent pay gap between men and women

16 Jan 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Female employees at Citigroup Inc around the world are paid just 71 percent of what men earn, the giant bank said on Wednesday, declaring its intentions to close its gender pay gap.

Giant US bank reveals 29 percent pay gap between men and women

16 Jan 2019

NEW YORK, Jan 16 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Female employees at Citigroup Inc around the world are paid just 71 percent of what men earn, the giant bank said on Wednesday, declaring its intentions to close its gender pay gap.

New job of U.S. vice president's wife sparks LGBT+ furor

16 Jan 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The wife of the U.S. vice president has started a job teaching art to children, the White House announced, working at a private school with a policy of refusing LGBT+ students and teachers.

New job of US vice president's wife sparks LGBT+ furor

16 Jan 2019

NEW YORK, Jan 16 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The wife of the U.S. vice president has started a job teaching art to children, the White House announced, working at a private school with a policy of refusing LGBT+ students and teachers.

Showdown looming to test U.S. women's abortion access in 2019

02 Jan 2019

NEW YORK(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - U.S. states are jostling for a showdown on abortion rights in 2019, with all eyes on the newly conservative highest court in a nation where passions run high on the issue among religious groups, conservatives and women's rights advocates.

Donations to U.S. #MeToo fund slow despite deluge of complaints

19 Dec 2018

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A U.S. legal fund for victims of workplace sexual harassment saw donations drop steeply after the initial furor of the #MeToo movement but still raised more money on the popular GoFundMe site than any other cause this year, organizers say.

Reported U.S. trafficking cases on the rise as victims seek help by texting

19 Dec 2018

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Reports of human trafficking cases in the United States are expected to leap by 25 percent this year over last, an increase linked to round-the-clock texting that makes reporting the crime easier, the head of a trafficking hotline said on Tuesday.

Reported US trafficking cases on the rise as victims seek help by texting

19 Dec 2018

NEW YORK, Dec 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Reports of human trafficking cases in the United States are expected to leap by 25 percent this year over last, an increase linked to round-the-clock texting that makes reporting the crime easier, the head of a trafficking hotline said on Tuesday.

Gender pay gap is dramatic among top U.S. lawyers, survey finds

06 Dec 2018

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Men who are partners in top U.S. law firms average a yearly income of nearly one million dollars, while women in the same jobs make a third less money, according to research released on Thursday.

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