Maya Dusenbery writes about gender bias in the medical system in her new book 'Doing Harm.' She is also the executive editor of Feministing, a website of writing by young feminists about social, cultural and political issues.
Since being forced from the White House and fired from Breitbart, Steve Bannon is still trying to affect policy in the White House and national politics. Joshua Green author of the bestselling book Devi's Bargain about Bannon's influence on Trump updates the story.
Susan Burton has dedicated her life to stopping the cycle of recidivism, not just in her life, but in the lives of other women like her. She founded the organization A New Way of Life which helps women released from prison.
On Fresh Air, social historian Stephanie Coontz explains how the publication of Betty Friedan's The Feminine Mystique in 1963 helped women view themselves differently. But Coontz, author of A Strange Stirring, also critiques many aspects of Friedan's pioneering book, including its omission of minority women.
Four years after Sex and the City's TV finale, Carrie Bradshaw and her posse return — a little older, a little more settled, but with Cosmos still in hand. If you loved the TV show, the movie will fly by; if you hated it, brace yourself.