Roe v. Wade Is About to Face Its Biggest Challenge Yet
If Supreme Court justices don't halt a Louisiana law threatening to shutter the state's remaining abortion clinics, they'll send a signal to anti-choice lawmakers that Roe v. Wade is no longer enforceable.
Department of Defense Uses 'Categories' of Transgender People to Defend Ban
In emails, the DoD insisted that their proposed transgender policy is not a ban, because trans people can serve—as long as they don’t transition.
Anti-Abortion Movement Rebrands as 'Pro-Science,' Despite Existing Science
This year's March for Life features a slogan anti-abortion advocates hope will emphasize what they see as a scientific basis for denying women abortion.
Supreme Court Could Take on Fetal Burial Abortion Case
A conservative-leaning Supreme Court may decide to take on an anti-abortion law with implications for Roe v. Wade.
Supreme Court Judges Have Too Many Conflicts of Interest to Reconsider Net Neutrality
Three justices wanted to reconsider a lower court’s decision on net neutrality, but couldn’t get a majority because two other conservative justices had conflicts of interest and had to recuse themselves.
Supreme Court Could Accept Its First Abortion Case with Kavanaugh on the Bench
The Supreme Court is currently deciding if it will weigh in on a longstanding battle over whether states can block funds to Planned Parenthood.
Activists Made BrettKavanaugh.com into a Resource for Sexual Assault Victims
Grassroots organization Fix the Court bought BrettKavanaugh.com, .net, and .org to declare "We believe survivors."
What Would It Take for Brett Kavanaugh to Be Impeached?
Democrats could investigate newly confirmed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh if they regain control of the House in November—but the threshold for impeachment is high.
As Kavanaugh Prepares for First Case, Ford Receives 'Unending' Death Threats
A steady stream of death threats has left Christine Blasey Ford unable to return to her home weeks after coming forward with sexual assault allegations against Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Kavanaugh Confirmed to the Supreme Court Despite Sexual Assault Allegations
Christine Blasey Ford's sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh weren't enough to keep senators from voting to confirm him on Saturday.
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Anti-Kavanaugh Protesters Slammed Some 'Skis Outside Mitch McConnell's House
They raised their beers, chanting "chug, chug, chug!"
Trump Calls Women Protesting Kavanaugh 'Rude Elevator Screamers'
In an early-morning tweet, Trump accused the women confronting senators over their votes on Brett Kavanaugh of being paid protesters.