Women

“This is a losing issue for Republicans," moaned one GOP strategist.
“I wanted to dedicate this next song to the five members of the Supreme Court," the pop star told a cheering crowd at the Glastonbury Festival.
The state's largest health system alarmed staff and advocates with memos suggesting it might change abortion policies.
“For them, the dam has burst,” she said of the justices. “What do you see in their behavior that would give you any reason to believe that they see a reason to stop?”
Lizzo, Harry Styles and LeBron James are among the celebrities who weighed in on the Supreme Court ruling overturning abortion rights.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas argued that same-sex marriages don't merit federal protection. His own marriage, however, could also be at risk.
A victim told HuffPost that the agitated driver careened into protesters on purpose in downtown Cedar Rapids. At least one person was hospitalized.
Protests are planned in cities around the U.S. throughout the weekend.
“They are going to pay for their mistresses to get abortions,” one woman said of the men on the court. “We won’t be able to do that.”
Young Democrats are begging their elected leaders to do more.