The New York Times called it "entirely unintentional and a coincidence" in a statement, adding "we want 'Wordle' to remain distinct from the news."
A typical Mother's Day service turned into sifting past armed police while maneuvering barricades and shouters from each side.
Michigan AG Dana Nessel warned this weekend that county prosecutors could enforce the 1931 measure even if she refuses to do so.
CNN host Jake Tapper noted Sunday during his interview with Governor Tate Reeves that Mississippi's trigger law "has no exception for incest."
"You don't get to take away my bodily autonomy and get [to] enjoy your Saturday at home. You can do one or the other," one protester said Saturday.
Many conservative states already have "trigger laws" in place that would ban abortions immediately or soon after if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade.
If the decision was overturned, 24 states would move to prohibit or severely restrict access to abortions, according to one analysis.
Norman Eisen, House co-counsel in Trump's first impeachment trial, told Newsweek Justice Samuel Alito's draft opinion is a "masterpiece of Trumpery."
"Same thing happened to me. I put in a complaint," wrote a commenter.
"All of a sudden, the news comes in, and it leaked out from the Supreme Court. What kind of timing is that?" Lindell said. "It's called 'election deflection.'"
Some large corporations were reportedly advised against commenting on the leak of a draft Supreme Court majority opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade.
Abortion-rights activists have raised concerns over period-tracking apps' data being used as evidence of people having an abortion.
U.S inflation rose to 8.5 percent in March, while GDP declined by an annualized 1.4 percent in the first quarter of 2022.
The New Hampshire state rep. was referencing an abortion she had in the 1980s which she said she regretted.
Multiple social media posts were critical of the president after he made the comment during a White House event.
One ought to not negotiate with terrorists, and the swing justices in Dobbs ought to not "negotiate" with the reprehensible leaker.
The Missouri senator said that he wouldn't support a federal ban on abortion in the first instance should Roe vs. Wade be overturned.
Opponents called the bill "insane" and the Republican lawmakers who passed it "monsters."
The nine Supreme Court justices were given extra security after they received threats and their home addresses were shared online.
Social media users are promoting herbs and plants thought to induce abortion—despite the lack of evidence of their safety—amid fears of Roe v. Wade's demise.
If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, 26 states are certain or likely to move quickly toward banning abortion, according to policy experts.
Abortion-rights activists called on people to send coat hangers to the high court via a series of social media posts.
The controversial leak detailing Supreme Court plans to overturn Roe v. Wade has set tempers alight over abortion.
In fiery remarks, Kasparian complains about conservative Christians wanting to use the Bible to deny women the right to reproductive freedom.
Real reform happens by mobilizing public opinion, building coalitions, making compromises, drafting legislation, and, crucially, winning elections every once in a while.
"Is this a post-presidential victory for Trump given the number of justices he has appointed? Of course, it is," radio host Dennis Prager told Newsweek.
Fans note how they've come to expect podcast host Rogan to "have the worst takes imaginable" but were "pleasantly surprised" by his take on abortion.