The 4 Biggest Shockers from The Good Wife Premiere

The Good Wife returned Sunday night, so let’s not waste another second before diving into all of the delicious twists. (Spoilers ahead!)

Gabourey Sidibe and Amy Schumer Talk Body Confidence

What do Gabourey Sidibe and Amy Schumer have in common? For one thing – the power to turn self-doubt into self-confidence.

Both women gave moving speeches at the Ms. Foundation for Women gala, an event held at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City Thursday night that doubled as a celebration of Gloria Steinem’s 80th birthday.

Gloria Steinem Praises Jennifer Aniston for Living the Way She Does

Jennifer Aniston is up against a lot when it comes to what the public thinks about her personal life – and that’s an opinion from an expert.

“I think it’s harder on her than it is on me,” Gloria Steinem told PEOPLE at Thursday night’s premiere of the new HBO documentary executive-produced by Maria Shriver, Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert.

Jennifer Aniston Jokes on Eve of 45th Birthday About Reports on Her Personal Life

As tabloid fodder for nearly two decades, Jennifer Aniston, who celebrates her 45th birthday Tuesday, proved she can take a joke when it comes to perennial rumors about marriage and motherhood.

While conducting an interview with author and activist Gloria Steinem for The Makers Conference in Ranchos Palos Verdes, Calif., the actress made a pointed comment.

Demi Moore Cast as Gloria Steinem in Linda Lovelace Biopic

Demi Moore is getting right back to work.

The actress, 49, who filed for divorce from Ashton Kutcher in November, has been cast to play feminist and journalist Gloria Steinem in Lovelace, a biopic about deceased Deep Throat star Linda Lovelace, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Steinem's Place in History

Ms. Magazine founder and recent bride Gloria Steinem, 66, donated her papers to her alma mater (class of 1956), Smith College in Northampton, Mass., over the weekend, at a ceremony that honored her and other 20th century feminists, reports the Associated Press. Steinem said she thought that the memorabilia (about 300 boxes that date back to 1940) will help erase some misconceptions surrounding her and the Women’s Movement.