Abortion

For years, anti-choice activists and politicians have attacked reproductive rights in Mississippi. Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health is the endgame.
A new poll found that 65% of adults don't support the Texas ban, and 60% want the Supreme Court to uphold Roe v. Wade.
HuffPost spoke with Dr. Diana Greene Foster about the far-reaching implications of being denied abortion care, ahead of the upcoming Supreme Court case that threatens to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Health care companies like Pfizer and Anthem donated to GOP lawmakers who are backing H.B. 480, which aims to ban abortion at any stage in pregnancy.
A looming decision in a landmark court case could make Colombia the fourth Latin American nation to expand abortion rights in the past year.
Since Texas banned abortion after six weeks of pregnancy, Dr. Joshua Yap has seen an influx of sometimes desperate patients at his Tulsa clinic.
Twitter users called for the comedian to get an Emmy after she brilliantly humanized people who get abortions on “Weekend Update.”
Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin (R) painted himself as a moderate on the campaign trail, but advocates are worried he's harboring more extreme views on abortion.
Just a day after the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on S.B. 8, Ohio Republicans introduced a copycat bill to ban abortion at any point in a pregnancy.
Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett asked some telling questions about the law's unusual structure.
The justices are hearing arguments in two cases over whether abortion providers or the Justice Department can mount federal court challenges to the law.
The Texas law bans abortion once cardiac activity is detected in the fetus, usually around six weeks and before some women even know they are pregnant.
Some U.S. bishops have said Biden, a devout Catholic, should be denied Communion due to his support of abortion rights.
"Texas is not safe for you," the NAACP told pro athletes about new laws targeting abortion and voting rights. "Look elsewhere."
If an abusive partner is controlling your finances, your whereabouts and who you socialize with, they're likely going to control your reproductive choices, too. And S.B. 8 just made it a lot easier for them to do that.
A new report revealed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was “personally involved” in reinstating a false anti-abortion video after Republican politicians complained about its deletion.
Zuckerberg was "personally involved" in a decision to reinstate the video after Republican politicians complained about its deletion, said The Financial Times.
The laws, affecting medication abortions and who can provide services, were slated to go into effect Nov. 1.
But it won't block the restrictive abortion law while the case plays out.
Reproductive justice advocates warned the country about a domino effect after S.B. 8 became law. It has already started.