Texas' updated abortion counseling materials contain a litany of specious, misleading statements—including an implied link between abortion and breast cancer or suicidal thoughts.
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?
In a 5-3 ruling, the court set a new national precedent and overturned a 2013 Texas law that would have forced abortion clinics in the state to close.
Texas's draconian abortion restrictions have forced over half the clinics in the state to close. According to abortion providers, the consequences for women have been dire.
We talked to Aralyn Hughes, a second-wave activist who worked at Austin's first abortion clinic in the years following "Roe v. Wade," about why she became a feminist, what it was like to offer abortion services in the 70s, and how the abortion debate...
Women anxiously waiting at a Houston abortion clinic this week, hoping the clinic wouldn't be forced to close before they could end their pregnancies.