Fugitive Assata Shakur is the first woman named to FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists list. A member of a black militant group, she was convicted of the 1973 murder of a New Jersey trooper. But some say the 'terrorist' label doesn't stick.
Dozens of Saudi Arabian women defied the Kingdom's ban against women behind the wheel today. Have they struck a blow for equal rights?
Positions that suggest little flexibility may simply be a strong opening bid by those who have the ear of Iran's leaders.
Some say it's a sanctuary for business women. Others see it as another sign of gender segregation in a male-dominated society.