Mass Whale Stranding in Georgia Kickstarts Monumental Rescue Effort
Beachgoers and wildlife authorities rallied around a group of stranded pilot whales on Tuesday.
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UN Slams U.S. Abortion Laws as "Extremist Hate" and "Torture"
"This is gender-based violence against women, no question."
So-Called "Heartbeat Bills" Are a Lie, and Doctors Want You to Stop Calling Them That
The science behind laws banning abortion after a fetal "heartbeat" is detected is inaccurate.
Georgia’s Abortion Law Has Managed to Piss Off Disney
“I think many people who work for us will not want to work there," said CEO Bob Iger.
Missouri's Governor Just Signed Another Near-Total Abortion Ban into Law
Abortion will be outlawed after eight weeks of pregnancy in Missouri.
Giving Fetuses Legal Rights Could Be a Nightmare for Women, Advocates Say
"This is a statute that arguably makes every criminal law applicable to the pregnant women."
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Abortion Bans Are Causing Mass Confusion Across the Country
Bans in states like Georgia and Ohio are unlikely to be enforced, but people are already confused about whether they can access abortion care there.
Imprisoning Women and Not Covering Birth Control Are Now on the Table in the Abortion Fight
Anti-abortion legislators are no longer just trying to chip away at Roe. They’re going after it with an ax.
At a Georgia Clinic, Abortion Bill Causes Uncertainty and Fear
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.
Republicans are latching onto "heartbeat" abortion bans to take down Roe v. Wade
But so far in 2019, at least 13 state legislatures have introduced bills to outlaw abortion as early as six weeks into pregnancy.
Easy Khachapuri Recipe
This traditional Georgian bread is loaded with three kinds of cheese and topped with an egg yolk and za'atar, making it the perfect little boat of goodness.
'Starving The Beast': The Women Working To Close a Misused Atlanta Jail
Marilynn Winn, a formerly incarcerated 68-year-old Black woman, wants to repurpose Atlanta City Detention Center into a wellness and freedom center for the local community.