I Am Woman, Hear Me Write

I Am Woman, Hear Me Write

The power of one voice

One day as a small child, Thomas Edison came home from school and gave a piece of paper to his mother. He said to her, “Mom, my teacher gave this paper to me and told me only you are to read it. What does it say?” Her eyes welled with tears as she read the letter out loud to her child: “Your son is a genius. This school is too small for him and doesn’t have good enough teachers to train him. Please teach him yourself.”

I Am Woman, Hear Me Write

Laurel Lynch: Am I the only one who is tired?

I see so many of my peers juggling so many tasks, work, kids, a rich and varied social life and hobbies. Am I that different? Many of my women friends seem to make it look so easy, so why do I feel like there’s just not enough hours in the day? Why does it seem so easy for others and such a challenge for me?

Videos

Helmet cam captures motorcyclist's brush with death on freeway

An Olympia, Washington, motorcyclist captured his ride on the top of a car’s trunk after a freeway crash in Tumwater, Washington. The helmet-cam footage shows a first-person view of his brush with death.
Courtesy of Seth Dieckman
Helmet cam captures motorcyclist's brush with death on freeway 1:11

Helmet cam captures motorcyclist's brush with death on freeway

Press Secretary Sean Spicer: 'We can disagree with the facts' 1:47

Press Secretary Sean Spicer: 'We can disagree with the facts'

White House: opening briefing room to more journalists via Skype 0:46

White House: opening briefing room to more journalists via Skype

Former Vice President Dick Cheney speaks in Sarasota 2:11

Former Vice President Dick Cheney speaks in Sarasota