Family planning clinics that take Title X funding are banned from referring patients for abortions.
There’s a much-needed push for gender equality in science, but the government's inclusion mandates can backfire.
It’s a signal that the justices won’t leap at just any chance to carve away at Roe v. Wade
So far this session, 14 bills that ban abortion in some way have been enacted.
Unconstitutional six-week abortion bans have swept Kentucky, Mississippi, Ohio, and Georgia—a new phase of the ongoing efforts to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Across the United States, politicians are taking steps toward enacting legislation that reduces racist bias against pregnant Black women and infants. But there's still a challenging journey ahead.
In a landmark ruling, a South Korean court has ordered lawmakers to revise the ban by the end of 2020.
House Bill 481, which proposes making abortion illegal after around six weeks, is adding to a national debate around "fetal heartbeat" bills. But at a women's health center in Atlanta, it's already stirring very real worry and confusion for patients.
Historians and advocates for reproductive justice say our understanding of abortion has been influenced by the anti-abortion movement's "pro-life" arguments against it.
After a Honduran woman's stillbirth last month, ICE officials report that 28 women in the agency's custody have had miscarriages in the fiscal years 2017 and 2018.
A true story how a back alley abortion—the only kind that's available to many in Indonesia—lead to a woman's near death experience.
A 24-year-old Honduran woman in ICE custody went into premature labor last week, delivering a baby doctors pronounced dead moments later.