For Pregnant Women in Florida's Zika Zones, Life is Full of Uncertainty
Zika has been linked to a range of birth defects in newborns, but it's asymptomatic in most cases. Faced with outbreak zones, travel advisories, and a massive Zika test backlog, some pregnant women in Miami are effectively going into seclusion—and...
The Radical Changes to Expect After SCOTUS' Major Abortion Decision
On Monday, the Supreme Court struck down one of the most severe abortion laws in the country. Will that be enough to protect women's access nationwide?
New Alabama Law Will Treat Abortion Clinics like Sex Offenders
A proposed bill would make it illegal to operate an abortion clinic within 2,000 feet of a school—yet another law that advocates say is chipping away at women's reproductive health care access.
The Most Famous Person You Don't Know: A Cultural History of Hillary Clinton
What we can learn from a history of Hillary Clinton and her likenesses on film and TV, and how do they relate to the major moments of her first ladyship and political career?
Far from Reality TV: The Changing Story of Abortion on Television
Last year, shows like 'Scandal' and 'The Good Wife' tackled the issue of abortion head-on—but they're not without precedent. American TV shows have been struggling with the issue since far before Roe v. Wade.