How to reckon with the legacy of Norma McCorvey, who died on Saturday, the “Roe” in Roe v. Wade—the case that made abortion legal in the U.S.—and an eventual abortion opponent?
Anti-abortion lawmakers are no longer worried about reaffirming Roe—they have their sights set on something even more terrifying. And if they win, you could end up in jail.
Abortion opponents distance themselves from clinic burnings and bombings and murders of abortions providers. Yet it's their violent rhetoric that sets these acts into motion.
Thanks to the false claims against the country's largest reproductive health provider, zealous anti-repro-rights activists are attacking clinics, regardless of the services they provide.
An anonymous person protesting our ever-diminishing reproductive rights is soliciting donations to save her fetus. Real or not, she’s raising some million-dollar questions.
A new Gallup poll reveals that for the first time since 2008, the majority of Americans identify as pro-choice—likely because laws around the country have stripped us of our options and access.
The unanimous vote says zones infringe on protesters' First Amendment rights. Since when do those cover intimidation and harassment?