The House voted overwhelmingly for a bill enhancing security for Supreme Court justices' families on Tuesday. All 27 votes against the bill were from Democrats.
There is widespread concern that more states might introduce "personhood" laws if Roe is overturned, making IVF treatments no longer possible.
Catholic bishops said those who voted for the pro-choice law had demonstrated "morally bankrupt logic."
"The left always unleashes violence," GOP Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene said after an armed man was arrested near Justice Brett Kavanaugh's home.
Conservatives criticized Schumer over his 2020 remarks on Wednesday after an armed man was arrested outside the Supreme Court justice's home in Maryland.
The man didn't make it onto Kavanaugh's property but was reportedly carrying at least one weapon and burglary tools.
"I'm all for public execution," a man said outside the NRA convention in Texas, seconds before decrying abortion as "murder."
People of Praise is a self-described "charismatic Christian community" and encompasses a variety of churches.
"I believe life begins in God before it begins at conception." Oklahoma GOP gubernatorial candidate Mark Sherwood said.
"This is not your job, dude!" Whoopi Goldberg said on "The View," calling Pelosi's ban an attack on the separation of church and state.
The archbishop said Pelosi should not receive Communion in the Archdiocese of San Francisco until she publicly renounces her support for abortion rights.
The DHS said that it is committed to working to "prevent all forms of violence, and to support law enforcement efforts to keep our communities safe."
Governor Gretchen Whitmer said the ruling "will help ensure that Michigan remains a place where women have freedom and control over their own bodies."
Even Rogan's fans were disturbed by his mockery of abortion rights supporters, as they discussed in a Reddit forum dedicated to the podcaster.
During his sermon, Pastor Greg Locke said Democrats could not be Christians if they supported abortion rights.
The poll, which was released on Sunday, found that 84 percent of Democrats said abortion should be legal, while just 33 percent of Republicans agreed.
The poll revealed that 35 percent of Republican-leaning respondents said women who have abortions that violates state law should face murder charges.
"When you lose that trust, especially in the institution that I'm in, it changes the institution fundamentally," the Supreme Court justice said Friday.
"It's not that we're unprepared," abortion-rights advocate Steph Black told Newsweek. "The surprise...has been more about how soon the fall of Roe is coming."
Margaret Atwood noted Friday in an op-ed that the U.S. would establish a "state religion" if Roe v. Wade is overturned by the Supreme Court.
The proposed bill could have sent people seeking abortions and providers to prison, as well as outlawing certain forms of birth control.
Lawmakers fear that the potential ban on abortion would possibly hurt the recruitment and retention of women soldiers.
These are the eight women among the senators who voted against enshrining abortion rights in federal law, thus superseding any state legislation.
The Republican representative was panned for wondering how the media would treat protests outside the home of Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
The vote to codify the 1973 ruling is widely considered certain to fail, but Democrats are hoping it will mobilize voters in November.
In the wake of the Roe v Wade leak, abortion law comparisons between the U.S. and other parts of the world have spread.
Republican U.S. Senator Steve Daines of Montana compared human women to sea turtles while arguing against a bill to codify Roe v. Wade on Tuesday.
"The incident was handled accordingly by cathedral security ensuring limited disruption of mass," an archdiocese spokesperson told Newsweek.