Samantha Bee slams Texas state Representative Dan Flynn for his display of ignorance about how abortion works.
The Court's first major abortion case in nearly a decade challenges a Texas law imposing strict regulations on clinics and doctors.
Though abortion is legal in the United States, conservative lawmakers have pushed to restrict access.
The Ohio governor has eschewed the divisive issue in his presidential bid, even when it could help him in states like South Carolina.
Newsweek Europe editor Matt McAllester takes us inside this week's issue.
This month’s general election could be the first step in the legalization of abortion.
In Zika-prone countries, women are told to stop getting pregnant but don’t have access to contraceptives and face prison time for abortion.
The move was prompted by a petition from Senator Rand Paul.
Planned Parenthood has filed a federal lawsuit against two laws forbidding physicians from using teleconference appointments to prescribe drugs for an abortion.
Current law doesn’t allow for abortion in cases of rape, incest or fetal abnormalities.
States have been disguising their improper motivations with high-sounding statements.
Attempts to defunding Planned Parenthood are tedious; states’ anti-abortion laws are serious.
In response to attacks, the organization said clinics won’t seek reimbursement.
Laws protecting the patient-provider relationship keep decisions in the examination room, not the Capitol.
Colorado is home to gun-huggers and pot smokers, pro-lifers and atheists—but running for the middle ground.
Secretly recorded videos released by an anti-abortion group allege that Planned Parenthood sold aborted fetal tissue.
The hoped-for revolution brought by medication abortion remains unrealized.
42 Democrats, two independents and eight Republicans banded together to stop the anti-abortion effort.
The bill would have banned all abortions at 20 weeks, with limited exceptions