Here’s what Planned Parenthood plans to do about Kavanaugh
The organization wants to build an “ironclad” network of states with bolstered resources to compensate for the areas in the U.S. where women have limited options.
Here's why you just got an emergency alert from the president
Officials said roughly 75 percent of cell phones in the United States got pinged.
Navy sailors on ships are the most likely to be sexually assaulted in the military, new report finds
On one ship in South Carolina, the study estimates, one in six female sailors were assaulted.
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Roe v. Wade doesn’t need to be overturned to make abortion harder to access
Roe doesn’t have to be explicitly overturned for millions of women to lose access to abortion
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Trump administration says transgender inmates should be housed based on gender at birth
The Trump administration reversed Obama-era protections that allowed transgender prisoners to choose bathrooms and cell blocks that matched the gender of their choice
Exclusive: The Army won’t charge troops caught on video shooting at an Afghan truck
The video, set to Kendrick Lamar's "Humble," appeared to show American troops engaging in a random act of violence.
AT&T paid Michael Cohen, a personal injury attorney, for insight into an $85 billion merger
The Trump administration opposed the merger in a suit in November and is awaiting a final verdict in federal court.
Trump reportedly mad at Department of Homeland Security for not separating more families
President Donald Trump is reportedly fuming at Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen over a rise in illegal border crossings in 2018 following a historic and frequently-touted low in 2017. T
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Trump tells reporter "everyone" thinks he should win a Nobel Peace Prize
"Everyone thinks so, but I would never say it,” Trump said.
Senators shocked by "explosive" new classified information on deadly Niger mission
The deadly Niger operation that killed four American soldiers last October was not legally authorized and the service members had not been trained to complete it, Sen. Tim Kaine said Wednesday.
Sexual assault survivors are pushing the military to have its #metoo moment
Sexual assault is a problem in the military, and survivors say Congress isn’t doing enough.