For all of Lean In's strongly phrased criticisms of the modern corporate world, author Sheryl Sandberg still seems to spark the most debate with one seemingly innocuous opinion: We shouldn't call girls "bossy."
A new promotional campaign from the National Football League kicks off during tonight’s Chiefs-Eagles game, and the star of the show is a 10-year-old phenom named Samantha Gordon.
Despite some brief yet fevered speculation a month ago, Mitt Romney did not choose Condoleezza Rice as his running mate. But that's OK, she got another gig—NFL fashion model. The former U.S. Secretary of State and lifelong Cleveland Browns fan is one of the stars of Grey's new print campaign for the NFL's women's apparel. She appears in her ad wearing a No. 16 Browns jersey, worn on the field by wide receiver Josh Cribbs. The tennis star Serena Williams, a partner in the Miami Dolphins organization, is one of the campaign's other big stars—she wears a funky Dolphins T-shirt in her ad. Check out that ad after the jump, along with a few more images and a full list of the women appearing in the campaign.