For the first time since 1997, Texas’ education board made major changes to its sex education standards, allowing the teaching of contraceptive methods to middle school students.
You know who really reduced abortion numbers in the U.S.? President Obama, with the Affordable Care Act.
Michelle and Ross respond to listener mail and debate court packing amid Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearing.
As one woman, Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, stands ready to derail reproductive rights, another, Planned Parenthood President Alexis McGill Johnson, stands ready to defend them.
The pandemic may offer opportunities to help adolescents and young adults make good decisions regarding sexual and social behavior.
Judicial nominees should be honest about their stance on abortion.
The battle over the Supreme Court brings back a volatile issue with political risks for both sides, even as it energizes parts of their bases.
The G.O.P. convention featured an extreme anti-abortion activist. The Democrats mostly kept mum.
Helping young adults with the skills they need to transition to health care independence — with a bonus script for canceling appointments.
Planned Parenthood and the complexities of anti-racism.
The group will remove the reproductive-rights pioneer’s name from a Manhattan clinic as it reconsiders her views.
Among them: Religion got a place at the public table long reserved for secular society.
Even with a pandemic raging, the president wants the Supreme Court to strike down the Affordable Care Act.
Doling out victories to both sides, the court led by Chief Justice John Roberts seemed to strive to avoid charges of partisanship.
Two decisions this week gave religious employers greater power to fire workers and limit birth control coverage. Polls suggest that on such issues of religious exemptions, most Americans disagree with the court.
A victory for religious employers is a defeat for their employees — and for the Affordable Care Act.
Rethink Impact invests solely in tech start-ups founded by women, which accounted for just 4 percent of all venture deals in the first quarter.
Recent decisions are about safeguarding pluralism, not taking sides in the culture wars.
Who wants to trust their reproductive life to Trump?
Justices rule that employers can stand between female workers and their health care.
The justices upheld regulations from the Trump administration that allowed employers with religious objections to decline to provide contraception coverage.
With restrictions in place, millions stopped visiting clinics for contraceptives, says the government, which promotes family planning as part of its fight against child malnutrition.
Dr. Leticia Adelaide Appiah is determined to slow her conservative country’s birthrate by any means, including contraception. Not everyone is pleased.
Two recent cases on religion are about more than the tales they tell.
For decades, the consensus has been that F.D.A. regulations require that the abortion pill be obtained in a clinic. But that’s changing.
Op-Docs for International Women’s Day.