The viability standard has governed the conversation for decades. It’s time for a new conversation.
We’ve long needed federal intervention to protect abortion rights, but it’s never been more urgent.
Even as abortion is restricted, telemedicine allows some women to end unwanted pregnancies using legal medications.
As a case before the Supreme Court threatens Roe v. Wade and Democrats’ urgency grows, many activists believe the president needs to be bolder in defending reproductive rights.
Supporters and opponents of abortion rights say a major ruling just before the midterm elections could upend political calculations for the two parties.
The Supreme Court on Monday said it would consider a case from Mississippi that would ban abortion after 15 weeks of gestation, a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade.
The case, arising from a Mississippi law that bans most abortions after 15 weeks, could undermine the constitutional right to abortion established in Roe v. Wade.
Some on the right want the Supreme Court to go beyond ending Roe.
Donald Trump gave us a Supreme Court that could overturn Roe v. Wade. But the fight against abortion may leave the current G.O.P. behind.
We can’t succumb to the president’s appeals to fear.
You know who really reduced abortion numbers in the U.S.? President Obama, with the Affordable Care Act.
President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee refused to weigh in on critical matters that could come before the court, including health care, abortion rights and a possible election dispute.
Here are some suggestions for senators considering her nomination to the Supreme Court.
Her statement appears to be the most direct evidence of her personal views, ones she has vowed to set aside on the bench.
Maybe it is time to face the fact that abortion access will be fought for in legislatures, not courts.
Judicial nominees should be honest about their stance on abortion.
The late Supreme Court justice believed the landmark ruling was too sweeping and vulnerable to attacks, explains Professor Mary Hartnett, co-author of Justice Ginsburg’s authorized biography
Judge Amy Coney Barrett is regarded as the leading contender to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
She was part of the Supreme Court’s 4-member liberal wing throughout her 27-year tenure and led it in her last decade.
For the moment, the right to choose is safe. But the outlook is ominous.
Why the Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law that required doctors performing the procedure to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals.
Some Gen Z and millennial women expressed mixed feelings about the fight over abortion rights, viewing it as important but less urgent than other social justice causes.
There’s a potentially catastrophic decision coming. If you’ve struggled to focus on it, I don’t blame you.
Norma McCorvey makes a shocking deathbed confession.
Before dying in 2017, Norma McCorvey said she had supported anti-abortion groups only for the money.
For autocrats everywhere, the crisis is a chance to restrict rights.