Most of the Supreme Court justices on Monday appeared to doubt Texas’ scheme to let random people sue over abortions.
In a 113-page ruling, a federal judge attacked the ban's plan to turn ordinary people into what critics have called “anti-abortion vigilantes.”
Twenty people wanted abortions at a Fort Worth clinic. Only eight could get one, due to Texas' new abortion ban.
We talked to three people who ordered abortion pills online from a doctor who charges $90—or less if you can't afford it.
A bill from a Republican lawmaker would effectively make ending a pregnancy legally equivalent to murder.
Missouri was hours away from becoming the first state in decades without a functioning facility.
Anti-abortion legislators are no longer just trying to chip away at Roe. They’re going after it with an ax.
It’s the first time in the country that an aborted fetus has been recognized as having legal rights
The bill's sponsor compared abortion clinics to pedophiles and liquor stores, and wants them far away from kids.
Some abortion rights groups are asking the Justice Department to consider attacks on Planned Parenthood as domestic terrorism, but the consequences might be more harmful than helpful.