A Closer Look at the Gender Wealth Gap

US Tracks Migrant Menstruation ; Giant Water Bugs Eat Turtles ; and More Picks

Wealth gap, gender
The author writes, “The gender wage gap has noticeably improved over the decades, but the gender wealth gap — including savings, equity, and long-term earnings — still has a long way to go. Why it matters: Achieving economic parity isn't just about equal pay for equal work — it's also about all the societal circumstances that handicap women.” Photo credit: Rawpixel Ltd / Flickr (CC BY 2.0)
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Giant Water Bugs Eat Turtles, Ducklings, and Even Snakes (Mili)

From National Geographic: “A fearless aquatic predator emerges from a new study compiling decades of research.”

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