The cohort of lawmakers representing 38 states consists of 166 House Republicans, 39 Senate Republicans and two House Democrats who filed an amicus brief Thursday arguing the right to an abortion is "unworkable."
Video emerged showing Christine Blasey Ford's attorney telling a feminist conference that her client's testimony against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was politically motivated to protect Roe v. Wade.
A fiery Fox News exchange over late-term abortion legislation reignited debate on whether conservatives - specifically male lawmakers - are attempting to repeal Roe v. Wade and "take control" of women's reproductive health.
Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings will ignore the power grab that has turned the court into our government's most dangerous branch. But all the senators have to do is ask about one case—and it's not Roe v. Wade.