It's good to be a woman in the nation's capital.
A new study
on female well-being in the U.S. finds women in the District earn more,
are better educated and live longer than women in any major city.
Women in San Francisco and Boston ranked second and third, respectively.
"We wanted to look at just women and see how women are comparing to one
another," says Kristen Lewis, co-director of Measure of America, the
organization that conducted the study. "Lots of studies compare women to
men and men to men. But what's done less is compare women to each