President Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick would have the government intervene in the most intimate aspects of personal life. But a mask mandate? Never.
The judge's stance on abortion is hardly a mystery. Ask any OB-GYN like myself, and they'll tell you: We're doomed.
Former "A Prairie Home Companion" host under fire for saying Roe v. Wade not "worth fighting for anymore."
Oscar-winning actress Patricia Arquette was among those to share their story.
The reproductive healthcare nonprofit shared a tweet from five years ago, where the senator referred to birth control as "abortion-inducing drugs," which he also did in Wednesday's Supreme Court confirmation hearings.
Any specific cases involving such topics, the Supreme Court nominee said, would need to be considered on an individual basis, and it would be irresponsible for her to have any predetermined dispositions.
Buttigieg's remarks from a 2019 town hall have gained renewed attention and praise as abortion rights become an election issue.
Barrett's hearings could take an important first step toward withdrawing the Court from the political battlefield that it has entered.
Spanish Equality Minister Irene Montero announced plans to repeal the country's abortion law which had only been changed in 2015.
The Supreme Court's ruling also avoids making reproductive rights an even more contentious election season issue than it already is.
"You talk about late-term abortion," President Donald Trump said on Thursday, "this is early-term execution."
Elizabeth Kennedy-Ryzewicz speaks to Newsweek about the anti-abortion documentary "Divided Hearts of America."
Trump's tweeted claim came after Biden said Monday that if Roe v. Wade were overturned, his "only response to that is pass legislation making Roe the law of the land. That's what I would do."
Third parties may rarely win election to office, but they do serve to introduce the new ideas that the duopoly candidates cannot.
The Democratic presidential candidate said he will protect abortion rights even if the Supreme Court strikes them down.
A letter obtained by the Austin American-Statesman last week revealed seven senior officials in Paxton's office calling for federal law enforcement to "investigate allegations of improper influence, abuse of office, bribery and other potential crimes" committed by their own boss.
To the front-line doctors, nurses, epidemiologists and hospital administrators: Welcome to the politicization of medicine—and what must be our collective fight against it.
Trump is set to face off against Democratic challenger Joe Biden in the first presidential debate on Tuesday and following Trump's recent nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, abortion and Roe v. Wade are two issues likely to be brought up.
The Democratic presidential candidate has spoken extensively about his views on abortion and the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision in 1973.
Amy Coney Barrett's stance on abortion laws have come under scrutiny amid the divisive nomination process.
The ACLU, which has opposed only four Supreme Court nominees in its 100-year history, may come out against its first non-white male nominee should U.S. Circuit Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett remain at the top of President Donald Trump's list of potential nominees.
Reverend Nathan Empsall described the award for the attorney general as "a political maneuver simply intended to further hijack religion for Donald Trump's reelection."
"RIP to the more than 30 million innocent babies that have been murdered during the decades that Ruth Bader Ginsburg defended pro-abortion laws," Congressman Doug Collins tweeted.
Citing U.S. abortion discussions, Jesuit priest Father James J. Martin urged fellow Catholics against claiming a vote for Joe Biden is a "mortal sin."
Without a nuanced and substantive response from abortion advocates, the only account that Americans will hear will be the one offered by those who oppose abortion.
Donald Trump proved his loyalty to the movement in 2016, and its leaders pushed him to victory. Now, Trump's powerful political machinery is mobilizing again.
"For this president to call himself pro-life, and for anybody to back him because of claims of being pro-life, is almost willful ignorance," Lexington Diocese Bishop, Rev. John Stowe said in a Facebook Live panel. "He is so much anti-life because he is only concerned about himself, and he gives us every, every, every indication of that."