Can women truly have it all, asks the Huffington Post? Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, whose atypical path to Washington gives her a unique perspective on the work-life debate, weighed in on the hotly debated topic during a recent talk on the #OWNSHOW.
"The truth is, it is hard," she says.
At age 19, Warren dropped out of college to start a family. After having two children, she finished law school at Rutgers University and built a career teaching law students about bankruptcy. At age 62, she won her seat in the U.S. Senate, a journey which is detailed in her bestseller, A Fighting Chance.