Abortion

One woman details the long, expensive, anxiety-inducing road trip she had to take after Texas shut down abortions.
President Alberto Fernández promised to make Argentina the largest Latin American country to decriminalize abortion. Then a pandemic hit.
Abortions are paused in the state after the governor deemed them a nonessential procedure.
It is the latest state to use concerns over limited medical supplies to crack down on abortion.
The state's attorney general is using concerns about limited supplies of protective medical gear to prevent women from ending pregnancies.
Almost 40% of abortions take place in the privacy of one's home. Why must pregnant women go to the clinic at all?
In many states, abortion clinics are holding on by a thread. The pandemic might put them under.
Louisiana may soon have just one abortion clinic in the entire state — but that’s all based on the upcoming decisions of the Supreme Court.
Reproductive rights groups say the legislation will make it harder for clinics to operate and will impose additional emotional and financial stresses on patients.
Medically unnecessary laws regulating abortion have been exposed as dishonest attempts to close clinics. Will the Supreme Court still give them legal cover?
The chief justice issued a rare rebuke of a sitting lawmaker after the senator issued a warning as the Supreme Court considers a major abortion case.
Chief Justice John Roberts may hold the key vote.
It’s official: Three old men are vying to run the country, while the fate of abortion rights rests with another handful of guys.
The future of abortion rights is on the line in a Louisiana case headed to the justices.
Over the past year, Mark Lee Dickson has convinced 12 towns to pass ordinances banning abortion. For women in those towns, fear and confusion reigns.
The Republican senator is appalled that an Alabama state representative is trying to take away a man’s reproductive rights.
The anti-abortion GOP senator criticized an Alabama bill that aims to curb unwanted pregnancies by focusing on men.
A Democratic state legislator said men "should not be legislating what women do with their bodies."
Pregnant women who are turned away from clinics spiral into debt and bankruptcy at startlingly high rates, according to a groundbreaking new study.