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Professor Fired for Being Unmarried & Pregnant

It seems that having a baby "out of wedlock" is still deemed unacceptable in the eyes of some archaic institutions. Despite the fact that a growing number of millennial women are choosing to become pregnant outside of the bonds of marriage—U.S.

Parody Video Pays Tribute to Working Moms

If you are a working mom who needs a laugh today, a new viral video is bound to deliver.

World Breastfeeding Week Hails Working Moms

The world's oldest eating trend is having a moment.

Bill Puts Unmarried Pregnant Women At Risk

As if unwed pregnant women didn't have enough to deal with, a new Republican-backed bill is being proposed in Congress that would potentially put these mothers-to-be at risk of being fired from their jobs—all in the name of religious freedom.

Here's Why This CEO Hid Her Pregnancy

It's been three years since dating site Three Day Rule's CEO Talia Goldstein hid her pregnancy at work.

Women's Wage Gap Even Worse for Moms

We already know that women make less money than men nationwide in almost every industry—but a new study has found that moms actually make even less than dads.

"No Pregnancy" Nonprofit Loses Lawsuit

File this under scary, politically incorrect work policies: A Houston-based nonprofit has a "no pregnancy in the workplace" practice, meaning it won't hire expectant women and will let go of an employee if she conceives.

4 Ways to Survive a Work Trip After Baby

Six months after giving birth to baby No. 2, publicity director Jennifer Verti of Los Angeles craved a full night’s sleep sans midnight feedings or meltdowns. But not enough to want to venture nearly 3,000 miles from home. “The first time I had to travel for work, I worried a lot about missing special moments,” she admits.

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Pregnancy Rights at Work

In a game-changing decision about how pregnant women are treated at work, the Supreme Court has ruled that pregnant workers are entitled to the same accommodations given to any worker restricted by a disability.

It all started when the pregnant Peggy Young told her employer, the United Parcel Service, that she shouldn’t lift anything heavy, doctor’s orders. Her company responded by putting her on unpaid leave.

Why New Dads Should Take Paternity Leave

You know when something’s simultaneously shocking and obvious? Brace yourself: The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), which entitles most new moms to 12 weeks off work within Baby’s first year, promises the same time off to dads (and in some cases, same-sex spouses, too). That means your S.O.