roe v. wade


Why Abortion Foes Are Psyched About the New Supreme Court Case

“We’ve been waiting on this.”


The Supreme Court Just Agreed to Hear Its First Major Abortion Case Since Kavanaugh

The case could chip away at Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion nationwide.


The Abortion Law That Could Have Given Fetuses Legal Rights Just Got Blocked

The Georgia law was set to go into effect on Jan. 1, 2020.


Trump Officials Are Reportedly Pushing Their Anti-Abortion Cause to UN Members

A letter asks some governments to join the U.S. opposition to U.N. initiatives that support "sexual and reproductive health."


The FDA Is Restricting Access to the Easiest, Safest Form of Abortion

There's a growing consensus that the FDA's regulations on abortion pills aren't medically necessary.


A Federal Judge Just Blocked Another Abortion Ban That Challenges Roe v. Wade

A Missouri judge temporarily blocked the state's proposed ban of abortion after 8 weeks.


7 Days Inside an Anti-Abortion Summer Camp Training the Next Generation of Activists

“Write down three similarities between the Holocaust and abortion,” the students were told.


The Biggest, Most Disruptive Strike for Abortion Rights Is Coming to the US

It's the first-ever national strike for reproductive justice.


I Learned How to Do an Abortion on a Papaya

Papaya workshops have become a popular way to demystify and destigmatize abortion.


Anti-Abortion Lawmakers Want to Create 'Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn'

Multiple cities have introduced ordinances banning abortion—but they can't be enforced.


Abortion Groups Are Raising Record Amounts Since Alabama’s Ban

“People are finally seeing that this is a real, real threat”