Carol Costello says Rihanna was speaking for all women when she pushed back against being victimized again
If you want to criticize women for not leaving their abusers, Carol Costello asks: Please shut up
Carol Costello's nephew, born with a disability that affects behavior, was isolated in a "chill room" at school until his parents objected.
Carol Costello says the importance of having supportive parents and the resources for a good education are often left out of the story.
Carol Costello says the Olympics show women are powerful and athletic, and to be "girlie" and "feminine" is a sign of strength, not weakness
Carol Costello says it's past time to accept the reality of human-caused climate change.
Carol Costello says a new movie features an attractive actor playing Jesus; is it necessary to win attention for a religious figure in today's culture?
Carol Costello says young women are seeing feminism as a vehicle for ending all forms of gender bias.
Carol Costello says Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" isn't trying to stick to the sacred text, but what's wrong with films entertaining with Bible-inspired stories?
Carol Costello says she and many journalists loathe asking grieving family members to go on camera, and yet sometimes it serves a purpose
Who knew bigotry could bring in big dollars? Carol Costello says organizations need to vet their donors
Carol Costello says the party's effort to gain more backing from African-Americans was hurt when conservatives backed Cliven Bundy
Carol Costello says it's shocking that judges in 2014 are having difficulty understanding that rape is a crime.
Carol Costello says very few Americans are consistent in their attitudes toward abortion and the death penalty