In short, Plan B does not cause abortion.
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.
Researchers say they have made a "major step forward."
2017 was a mixed year for women, from #MeToo to Trump's defunding of women's health projects. Here are the top ten women's news items.
All of us – our families, our communities, our economy – pay a price when there are barriers to contraceptive access.
Oral contraceptives are already available over the counter in 102 countries.
Texas argues it is saving those who oppose abortion from subsidizing the procedure.
Other than the right to vote, the US Constitution doesn't guarantee equal rights for men and women.
Teresa Manning, anti-abortion and contraception activist, will help steer teen pregnancy prevention and family planning policy.
As U.S. Republicans restrict women's access to contraception, we must fight to get them other alternatives.
The move is likely to face fierce resistance from pro-life religious groups.
Pro-lifers hope that with new appointments by Trump, the Supreme Court will overrule Roe.
The president-elect's promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act will affect millions of women.
Side effects, drugs companies and societal roles all play their parts in holding back alternative forms of birth control.
A landmark study of more than a million Dutch women finds a link between depression and hormonal contraceptives such as the birth control pill, the patch and IUDs.