Oklahoma's State Supreme Court Struck Down Another Abortion Law
SB 642 proposed a few different abortion provisions, which violated the state's requirement that all laws focus on one single item and left the court with an "all-or-nothing" decision.
How Texas Made It Impossible for Undocumented Immigrants to Get Abortions
A combination of photo ID requirements and the closure of clinics has many undocumented immigrants in Texas resorting to DIY abortions, advocates say.
What a New Sex Ed Law in the Philippines Says About the Catholic Church's Global Fight Against Abortion
While filming Year of Mercy, our new documentary about the underground abortion trade in the Philippines, it became increasingly clear that Catholicism is at a crossroads.
What We Know About the Charges Against the Pro-Life Hidden Camera Activists
A grand jury in Texas cleared Planned Parenthood of any wrongdoing related to the disposal of fetal tissue, and instead indicted the organization's undercover accusers.