Play Women in Politics; Childcare; Death Penalty

Women in Politics: Women win big in the primaries so far, but will they be able to win against incumbents in the general election? Childcare: Why women being able to write off childcare as a campaign expense is being called a “game changer.” Behind the Headlines: The Death Penalty. Support for capital punishment is going down. PANEL: Lara Brown, Rina Shah, Julie Gunlock, Atima Omara

Play TTC Extra: Fu Yuanhui on Olympics and Menstruation

Fu Yuanhui, a bronze medalist and the affable viral video star of China's Olympic swimming team, broke a taboo when she spoke about how her period affected her athletic performance. The swimmer explained it slowed her down, prompting reflection in the athletic world about the lack of study this issue receives. PANEL: Sam Bennett, Atima Omara, Jennifer Higgins, Ashe Schow

Play TTC Extra: Revealing A Sexual Assault Victim's Identity

A New Hampshire Prep School is back in the news after a request to reveal the identity of a sexual assualt victim. Typically plantiff's must use their legal names in court documents. However anonymity is granted in special cases. The student who is suing the school was allegedly forced to have sex with an upperclassman.l Panel: Siobhan "Sam" Bennett, Jennifer Higgins, Atima Omara, Ashe Schow

Play TTC Extra: Female Olympians Success Overshadowed

The Olympics are underway and many female athletes have already beaten world records in their sport. Critics however, are slamming sportscasters for not giving credit where credit is due. Some stating that their commentary has been sexist. Panel: Del. Eleanor Norton Holmes, Francesca Chambers, Lara Brown

Play TTC Extra: Women-Only Lounge at Michigan State

After pressure from a male professor and the media, Michigan State University shut down a long-standing women-only study lounge. Some women said it was one of the few places they could feel safe on campus, but the professor and other critics of "safe spaces" said it violated men's civil rights.

Play TTC Extra: Twitter Bans Troll

Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos, was banned from Twitter for violating the site's abuse policy on on multiple occasions. Just this week, Yiannopoulos and other anonymous users hurled racists and hurtful comments at Ghostbusters actress Leslie Jones prompting her to leave the site. She returned a few days after. Panel: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Rina Shah, Lara Brown, Sabrina Schaeffer

Play TTC Extra: Gretchen Carlson Files Sexual Harassment Suit

Gretchen Carlson, a former Fox News Channel host, has filed a lawsuit against CEO Roger Ailes. The former "Fox & Friends" host says she was fired because she refused his sexual advances. PANEL: Erin Matson, Patrice Lee, Kristin Tate, Avis Jones DeWeever

Play TTC Extra: Latina Voters' Negative View of Donald Trump

According to a new survey, Latina voters are much more motivated to vote this year than in previous years. It could be because they hold an overwhelmingly negative view of Donald Trump, while the majority have a positive view of Hillary Clinton. PANEL: Genevieve Wood, Cari Dominguez, Patricia Sosa, Zoe Carpenter, Jessica Vaughan

Play TTC Extra: Bill Requiring Women to Register for the Draft

The Senate approved The National Defense Authorization Act, which would require women to register for the draft. This comes after the House passing a similar bill earlier this year. Critics of the bill are against the notion of enlisting young girls to take on combative roles. PANEL: Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD), Sabrina Schaeffer, Rina Shah Bharara, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC)

Play TTC Extra: Stanford Swim Team Silenced in Brock Turner Case?

A report claims the women's Stanford swim team had suspicions about Brock Turner, who was convicted of rape, but the school pressured them not to inform the judge. Turner gained notoriety for receiving what many considered a lenient sentence and for a defense written by his father which went viral online. Panel: Rep. Donna Edwards, Sabrina Schaeffer, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton , Rina Shah Bharara

Play TTC Extra: Amy Schumer Shuts Down Trolls

Amy Schumer shuts down internet trolls who left negative commentary on a picture of herself on vacation. She added a message saying she hoped her critics would find comfort in something else besides insulting a stranger and that "This is how I look. I feel happy." PANEL: Del. Eleanor Norton Holmes, Julie Gunlock, Erin Matson, Dana White

Play TTC Extra: Blog From Woman Who Attacks Her Rapist Goes Viral

In a blog post entitled "My Friends and I Beat Up My Rapist, And I Will Never Apologize for Getting Revenge," author Emily Eveland writes about getting justice for herself where she believes the system could not help her. It has ignited a debate about the merits of vigilantism and the efficacy of the justice system. PANEL: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Sarah McBride, Ashe Schow, Jennifer Higgins

Play TTC Extra: Oklahoma Passes Abortion Ban

Oklahoma passed a bill which makes it a felony to perform an abortion, except when the mother's life is in danger or to remove a miscarriage. Gov. Mary Fallin has 5 business days to veto the bill, or it will become law. The bill does not allow for exceptions in the case of rape, incest, or other health issues. PANEL: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Sarah McBride, Ashe Schow, Jennifer Higgins

Play TTC Extra: Donald Trump Says Muslim Ban "Just a Suggestion"

Donald Trump said his call to ban all Muslims from traveling to the US was "just a suggestion," though he maintained he still believed "something must be done." Some are wondering if he will start backpedaling on the issue.. PANAL: Manal Omar, Anushay Hossain, Saba Ahmed, Asra Nomani

Play TTC Extra: Tubman to Replace Jackson on $20 Bill

Anti-slavery activist Harriet Tubman will replace President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill, becoming the first black woman to feature on American money. PANEL: Rina Shah Bharara, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Ruth Conniff, Julie Gunlock

Play TTC Extra: Presidential Race Developments

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders debate ahead of an important New York primary. Meanwhile, America meets the families of Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, and John Kasich in a series of town hall events. Megyn Kelly and Trump also have a meeting to "clear the air." PANEL: Lara Brown, Patrice Lee, Atima Omara, Francesca Chambers

Play TTC Extra: Equal Pay for Women's Soccer

Five stars of the US Women's Soccer National Team are demanding equal pay compared to the men's team. They argue they are getting unfair treatment for producing equal or better results. PANEL: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Debra Carnahan, Ashe Schow, Rina Shah Bharara

Play TTC Extra: Iowa Women - Donald Trump's Kryptonite?

Donald Trump's momentum in Iowa could be stalled by Republican women in the state. Polls show the billionaire is not doing as well with women as he is with men. Meanwhile, Ted Cruz, who has a smaller gender gap, is catching up. And, Marco Rubio, who does better with women than men, is surging into third place. PANEL: Anushay Hossain, Patricia Sosa, Rina Shah, Ashe Schow

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