The group has been under pressure to cut ties with the GOP senator, but she still remains a much-needed ally in the fight against the Title X abortion "gag rule."
“My reasons for having an abortion are real. They surround me every day,” the actress said.
Farhan Sheikh, 19, wrote on his iFunny page that he intends to “murder any doctor, patient, or visitor," according to a federal complaint.
“Thank God, justice was done,” she said outside the court.
After President Donald Trump's administration put restrictions on Title X money, Planned Parenthood decided to stop taking the funding.
The congressman from Iowa defended his bizarre remarks and suggested he was the victim of a “vibrant left-wing media.”
The Iowa congressman was defending not allowing exceptions for rape and incest in anti-abortion legislation he tried to pass in Congress.
A PRRI survey suggests there is no state in which more than 25% of residents support a total ban on abortion.
The comedian’s idea also references another one of the GOP’s favorite pastimes.
Women seeking abortion in the state appear to face "an imminent threat to their constitutional rights," the judge said in her grant for an injunction.
State Sen. Lauren Book (D) said "older white men" shouldn't be making all the decisions about women's reproductive rights.
The state's abortion law, set to take effect Aug. 28, makes it illegal for women to have an abortion eight weeks into a pregnancy.
Taxpayers are the “collateral damage” in Ohio’s repeated passage of controversial anti-abortion bills, said an ACLU official.
U.S. District Judge Kristine Baker granted a 14-day temporary restraining order blocking three new anti-abortion measures from taking effect.
The ACLU, Planned Parenthood and other groups asked a court to stop the law from taking effect in 2020 while their legal challenge continues.
The department had said last week that it would require immediate compliance, which led Planned Parenthood and other providers to say they would defy the order.
A groundbreaking study is underway that could change how U.S. patients access abortion.
The Health and Human Services Department notified clinics it will begin enforcing a ban on abortion referrals and on federal funding for reproductive care.
The state law, on hold since 2015, prohibits abortion by the dilation and evacuation, or D&E, method.
Elizabeth Cox says Bishop England High School in Charleston, South Carolina, violated her First Amendment rights after she called out anti-abortion hypocrisy.