Jane Doe

In "AKA Jane Roe," Norma McCorvey admits that her second act as an anti-abortion activist, was, in fact, just an act.
The government claims the ACLU hurried the abortion to head off an appeal. The ACLU says government lawyers failed to act "quickly enough."
The ruling tosses out a decision by a panel of federal appeals court judges.
The girl could opt for "voluntary departure" back to her home country, an administration lawyer said. But her home country bans abortion.
A lower court previously ruled that the government must allow "Jane Doe" to undergo the procedure on Friday or Saturday.
The Justice Department filed an appeal to the judge's ruling later on Wednesday.
The singer says the woman may have been infected by another person before or after the alleged encounter.
Jane Doe #59 was identified by DNA testing, after she was recognized in a photo
A convicted murderer breaks his silence, claiming to be the only person who can identify the woman known as El Dorado Jane Doe.
She was murdered, but, for now, only police and her killer know how. After nearly two years, her identity remains a mystery.