The party that claims to push for small government is creating laws to control every crevice of our most personal decisions, determining whether we strain, suffer, live or die.
Until the Dobbs decision this past summer, abortion has always been treated by the Democrats as a niche issue. Now they’re holding out hope that outrage will drive voter turnout and save democracy.
GOP candidates know their anti-abortion positions are unpopular, so they're burying their extremist rhetoric and hoping voters will fall for it.
With an administration that has failed to protect abortion access, activists—most of them people of color, including a handful of Congress members—are left to lead the way.
Roe has been under siege for decades, yet mainstream journalists are just now playing catch up—and it's leading to a lot of misinformation that could have dire consequences.
The Republicans have done everything in their power to erode our Constitutional right to a safe, legal abortion. But are the Democrats totally blameless?
An exclusive excerpt from the newly updated ‘The End of Roe v. Wade’ reflects on this past year, which has seen previability bans pass in state after state.
The sexual health-care organization is not the only abortion provider—nor even the leading abortion provider. But if it cedes ground as the face of the movement, it loses donors. And for a nonprofit, that is never a good place to be.
With Roe v. Wade on the verge of being overturned, the Right is already mobilizing to stop abortion pills from being sent by mail. And it'll get worse still.
You can’t trust a politician like Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders, who either doesn’t believe in a woman’s right to choose or understand what’s at stake, to fight to protect 'Roe.'