The form of birth control can last for up to five years.
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez called for easier access to birth control for women while also filing legislation that would give scientists access to more thoroughly study the health benefits of psilocybin and MDMA.
Acosta was grilled by Rep. Lauren Underwood over allowing employers to opt out from providing contraception to their staff through health insurance for religious or moral reasons.
Iowa Senate Republicans passed a bill that could mean a life sentence for those who cause the death of a fetus.
As controversial new rules to expand the grounds on which companies can refuse to cover their employees' contraception hit a judicial barrier, state attorneys general speak to Newsweek.
About 46 million women and girls have gained access to contraceptives in the world's lowest-income countries over the past six years, according to a report.
Although the pills are safe and effective, taking them in the wrong order could lead to unintended pregnancy and bleeding.
When used correctly, the app had a failure rate of just 1.8 percent.
"Trump has never been great at keeping track of women he's hurt," Samantha Bee said.
The packaging assures users, "Your prince will come."
Researchers say they have made a "major step forward."
Moments of courage, strength and rebellion in the fight for feminism.
More than 400 couples will be involved in the trial, expected to take place in several different countries.
IUDs failing are extremely rare, gynecologists say.
Researchers examine the best way to reduce the risk.
Plenty of people think all forms of birth control medications should be available over the counter. For a while, that included President Trump.
The Trump administration is expected to end an Obamacare provision known as "contraception mandate" on Friday.
Women who don't take the birth control pill could have an advantage when it comes to attracting the opposite sex.
As U.S. Republicans restrict women's access to contraception, we must fight to get them other alternatives.
The dean of of New York's Cathedral of St. John the Divine argued that "scientific" birth control is no more "artificial" than many spiritual means to that end.