The anti-abortion side of the debate has created fiction from fact
The ruling will close all but seven clinics in the state
Country will become more progressive "when we have a more functioning Congress," Supreme Court Justice tells Elle
A 72-hour waiting period could have big consequences
Missouri's new law will be the second most stringent in the U.S. behind South Dakota
“An indescribable blackness followed,” she writes
Once forgotten, abortion returns as an issue in Texas’s gubernatorial campaign
More than 60 North Dakota lawmakers demanded a higher court revisit an overturned state law that would have banned abortions on fetuses with a detectable...
With campaign season on the horizon, reproductive health laws are defining the politics of state capitals and campaigns
The 1920s-set show gets viewers worked up, but the story's very different from how it would be today
Spanish MPs held a secret ballot to push ahead on restricting access to abortion
Conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is pushing legislation that would curb abortion, even when the majority in deeply Catholic Spain are in favor of it
Lower court ruling stands in victory for pro-choice movement
NARAL Pro-Choice America marks anniversary of Roe v. Wade by saying much more needs to be done
Shonda Rhimes explains why it's so important
Depends on how certain you are you want to have an abortion
Lames 'victims of abortion, who will never see the light of day'
She's demanding child support and damages for emotional distress
Why 2014 is already a year of national unity
(MADRID) — Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says his government is about to approve an abortion law that rolls back current legislation permitting the...