Between the pandemic’s toll on mothers and the right’s assault on reproductive rights, the equality Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought for has never been more at risk.
“Your right to swing your arms ends just where the other man’s nose begins,” Ginsburg, who died Friday, wrote in the Hobby Lobby case on religious freedom.
Anti-abortion activist Abby Johnson was tweeting in defense of a system that would allow husbands to ultimately decide their wives' votes.
The "Legally Blonde" chanteuse's "Get It Girl, You Go!" is a politically charged melody that name-checks Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
The House passed a bill Thursday that would help revive the Equal Rights Amendment. Plus, there’s a new generation keeping it alive.
No other president has attended the March for Life.
Virginia became the 38th state to ratify the ERA, which would put women in the Constitution.
President Donald Trump was “curious” as to why no one celebrated the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage — before the 100th anniversary.
The law required doctors to tell patients they could reverse their "medicated abortion" if they acted quickly and underwent what a judge called "unproven medical treatment."
“It was beyond my wildest imagination that I would one day become the Notorious RBG," she told an audience at the University at Buffalo.