Cuomo, a Democrat who is considered a potential candidate for his party's 2020 presidential nomination, proposed an amendment to the New York Constitution that he said would preserve the status quo regardless of future Supreme Court rulings.
Judge halted Texas regulations that would require abortion providers to dispose of aborted fetal tissue through burial or cremation, saying the rules imposed "undue burdens on a woman's right to seek a previability abortion."
The March for Life also is taking place in the same area where even more massive crowds flooded Washington a day after Trump's inauguration in favor of women's rights, including abortion rights.
Around 200,000 people are expected to march for women's rights on Saturday.
Ilyse Hogue, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, explains the fight to preserve women's rights.
Kasich signed a 20-week abortion ban into law on Tuesday but vetoed stricter legislation that would have forbidden the procedure once a fetal heartbeat can be detected.
The vice president-elect has a history of anti-women and anti-LGBT stances.
If Roe v Wade is overturned, women will not be able to terminate pregnancies in certain states.
A 15-year-old girl was forced to travel to Manchester, England, to terminate her pregnancy.
Amnesty International questioned 1,000 people and the results showed "a definitive landslide."
Women on Web provides medical consultations along with a dose of mifepristone and misoprostol.
Prime minister will call a citizens' assembly in October to advise the government on whether a pro-choice vote should be held.
"Papa Don't Preach," the 1986 song by Madonna, became a battleground in the culture wars. But to see it as a political message is to miss the point.
It called for the strict prohibition to be reversed to allow women to voluntarily terminate a pregnancy safely.
The Democratic presidential candidate tore into Trump at a campaign rally in Brooklyn.
Newsweek Europe editor Matt McAllester takes us inside this week's issue.
In Zika-prone countries, women are told to stop getting pregnant but don't have access to contraceptives and face prison time for abortion.
Their accusations come amid the indictment of two members of an anti-abortion group who created controversial videos about the health organization.
States have been disguising their improper motivations with high-sounding statements.
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.