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Meredith Blake / The Los Angeles Times
“It’s astounding how many people don’t know that two women created ‘The Daily Show,’” says Lizz Winstead, one of the iconic show's co-creators. “Madeleine [Smithberg] and I did a lot of work to lay out this cool show. It exists for a reason — because we worked for hardly any money to make it happen.”
Livia Gershon / JSTOR
Some nineteenth-century women writers argued that the first Christians included women who were close to Paul—and maybe apostles themselves.
South Korea's female archers hold all the Olympic records and have won every team gold since the first in 1988. If they win their ninth gold medal in the women's team event in Tokyo, that will tie the longest gold medal streak in all sports at the Olympic Games.
Helen Briggs / BBC
Isabella Anne Allen had been known only by the secrets she left behind, tucked between the pages of an old book: pressed flowers, poems and doodles were found inside The English Flora. But following an appeal for information, she has now been traced to the village of Madresfield, Worcestershire.