The Jackson Women’s Health Organization was at the center of the case that overturned Roe v. Wade. Already, supporters are planning new ways to help women in one of the poorest spots in the nation get access to abortions.
The decision will lead to all but total bans on the procedure in about half of the states.
Mr. Palazzo, a Republican who has represented the state’s Fourth Congressional District since 2011, is being investigated by the House Ethics Committee.
The leaked draft opinion that would eliminate the constitutional right to abortion sent mixed signals about what other precedents might be at risk.
Women apparently have advanced so far, they no longer need guaranteed access to abortion.
The abortion rights advocate Nancy Northup discusses Justice Alito’s leaked draft opinion and an America without guaranteed abortion rights.
A majority of the court privately voted to strike down the landmark abortion rights decision, according to the document, obtained by Politico.
A report singled out solitary confinement and enforced segregation as particularly harmful practices that contributed to the poor mental and physical health of prisoners.
Budget surpluses have enabled states to pass bills giving teachers a bigger paycheck, but not everyone is certain that will help improve schooling.
Meteorologists said thunderstorms could produce damaging winds, large hail and tornadoes in the Midwest and the Mississippi Valley, a day after tornadoes injured nearly two dozen people in Texas.
She was an artist who was studying anthropology when she became an activist in the civil rights movement and a rare woman to document Black life in photos.
The story of one shipping container from a factory in China to a warehouse in the United States traces the arc of a global supply chain consumed by trouble.
Some schools and state offices in Louisiana were closed ahead of the forecast.
Severe weather, bringing several inches of rain and damaging winds, was expected to begin Monday afternoon in Texas and then move over Louisiana and Mississippi on Tuesday, forecasters said.
Toby Price, an assistant principal at an elementary school in Mississippi, read the book to a class of second graders over Zoom. “I am a firm believer that reluctant readers need the silly, funny books to hook them in,” he said.
F.D.A. inspectors said that a fumigation of the West Memphis, Ark., distribution center last month revealed more than 1,100 dead rodents. A far-reaching recall has been issued for stores in six states.
Burned out and exasperated, many nurses are quitting the profession, leaving the U.S. health system with a critical shortage.
Ms. Harris knew that basketball wouldn’t bring her the rewards it offered her male counterparts, but she loved the game. And she loved being great at it.
The exodus of medical workers during the pandemic has been especially brutal for the small, nonprofit safety-net hospitals where millions of Americans seek care.
It has become a willing participant in a war for the soul of the country.
The three justices appointed by Trump are doing exactly what they were sent to the court to do.
A tornado watch was issued for parts of six states as wind gusts of more than 70 miles per hour bore down on parts of the Upper Midwest on Wednesday.
Here’s how to pitch in as local and national volunteers and aid groups mobilize to help hard-hit areas.
Power was out across the region on Saturday, and severe storms were expected to continue.
David Neal Cox admitted to the 2007 killing of his sister-in-law, Felecia Cox, a cold case in which he had long been the prime suspect, prosecutors said.
The department said it could not corroborate a book’s claim that a central witness had recanted her statements about Emmett, a Black teenager killed by two white men in 1955.
Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization is another Mississippi case poised to roll back constitutional rights.
In his first full season as the football coach, Deion Sanders has guided the Tigers to the conference championship game and energized a community. He says he’s just getting started.
The only question is, how will they explain it?
What Amy Coney Barrett doesn’t realize is that adoption is often infinitely more difficult, expensive, dangerous and potentially traumatic than terminating a pregnancy in its early stages.
Our democracy may not be strong enough for post-Roe politics.
The anti-abortion and abortion rights movements are already beginning to mobilize for a new, deeply unsettled post-Roe political reality.
How far will the court’s conservative majority go in deciding the future of abortion in America?
I never thought about ending my pregnancy. Instead, at 19, I erased the future I had imagined for myself.
The chief justice, known for his incremental approach to contentious issues, explored on Wednesday whether the court could uphold Mississippi’s law without totally throwing out Roe v. Wade.
It was less clear whether the court’s conservative majority would overrule Roe v. Wade, the decision establishing a constitutional right to abortion.
I thought we had more time before the 1973 decision was overturned. I now believe I was wrong.
Charles Blow, Ross Douthat, Lulu Garcia-Navarro and Michelle Goldberg agree on one thing after oral arguments: It’s not looking good for Roe.
A case coming before the Supreme Court is seen as potentially pivotal in establishing how aggressively the justices might move to place new constraints on abortion rights.
One argument in the case before the Supreme Court is that the need for abortion rights has passed, because decades of progress have made it easier for women to balance work and family.
Anti-abortion laws in Mississippi and Texas contain no exceptions for rape or incest. Here is what that means for survivors.
On Wednesday, the justices will hear the most important abortion case in decades, one that could undermine or overturn Roe v. Wade.
Jewish tradition prioritizes the life of the mother over the fetus. Are our voices being heard?
The Supreme Court has empowered a lower court that is out of control.
Longtime field laborers in the Mississippi Delta said in a lawsuit that they were asked to train white guest workers from South Africa before losing their jobs to them.
Abortion-right supporters need to stop banging our heads against the Supreme Court’s marble walls.
The Mississippi state auditor said that Mr. Favre, the Hall of Fame quarterback, could still be sued if he does not pay an additional $228,000 in interest that he owes.
It can be the safety-above-all caricature that deep-red America has made of it, or it can leave the age of emergency behind.
The former Green Bay Packers quarterback was among more than 10 people who received letters from the state auditor demanding repayment of tens of millions of dollars connected to an extensive welfare fraud scheme.
The justices will soon take on some of the most divisive topics in the U.S. amid concern about how politicized the institution has become.