A women's rights group plans to fly the drone across the border to the 90 percent Catholic country.
The top court affirmed an appeals court judge’s opinion that “the state cannot commandeer the doctor-patient relationship to compel a physician to express its preference to the patient.”
Judges decided the state can require clinics to hold to hospital-like standards.
A new report highlights the danger of Ireland’s restrictive abortion legislation.
A small number of babies born at 22 weeks survived with medical treatment, a new study finds.
The decision that made waves in 1973 is now a political tsunami.
The TV show’s portrayal of fetal surgery raises profound issues.
The popular online video-streaming service refuses to air an ad that is critical of Amendment 67.
68% of Irish citizens would like to have a national vote on abortion after controversial legislation has not settled the matter
Pregnancy Center Director says “portrayal does not reflect our standards or practices”
Despite being a rape victim and declared suicidal, woman was denied an abortion
A decision set to come down Monday will clarify whether corporations are entitled to protection under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act
The Supreme Court had to choose between two constitutional rights on Thursday, and abortion rights lost out
On a 9-0 vote, the court said a 2007 Massachusetts law violated the freedom of speech rights of anti-abortion protesters
Opposition to a law that would effectively ban abortion in Spain brings out a few protesters in NYC.
Growing restrictions on access to abortion in Texas may oblige the highest court to rule.
A legal challenge in Michigan has profound implications for all pregnant workers across America.
Anti-abortion campaigners use a rare, veto-proof tactic to turn the clock back on women’s health care.