Both in business and politics, Trump has always enjoyed portraying himself as someone who fights against long odds to achieve improbable victories. But he has always been protected by the generosity of others.
The ongoing debate about abortion in America was fiercely reignited with legal, legislative, political, healthcare, and human implications.
When the dust settles after next year’s election, it’s entirely possible that Samuel Alito will have helped secure a second term in office for Joe Biden.
The importance of abortion rights as a motivator for voting has increased significantly since the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade.
From the Center Two important developments roiled the debate over reproductive rights last week: one that happened in the real world that you almost certainly heard about, and the other, which took place in Congress, that you might have missed. Both are critically important, albeit for...
A story broken by The Indianapolis Star cited a gynecologist who claimed that a 10-year-old-girl recently was forced to travel to Indiana to receive an abortion after she was raped. But the story’s validity has been questioned, leading to claims of media bias.
Some progressives are frustrated that Biden has resisted more aggressive measures on abortion rights.
The most impactful possible solution — passing abortion rights legislation through Congress — has been almost completely ignored.
After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, what's next for abortions in the U.S.?
It might be a good time for pro-choice believers to look for guidance from the most prominent feminist voice to ever serve on the Supreme Court.
The firestorm over abortion that was recently reignited —first by the leaked draft of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision and now by the current decision overturning Roe. v. Wade—is merely the smoke before the conflagration.
The leak of an initial draft majority opinion suggesting that the Supreme Court may vote to strike down Roe v. Wade overtook the national political discourse this week.
A majority vote for a pro-choice bill supported by the Democrats would mark a major step forward and an even more powerful message than a slightly stronger bill that was defeated.
A leaked initial draft majority opinion suggests that the Supreme Court may vote to strike down Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey.
The Democrats are talking about health care. Republicans are talking about religious freedom. But at Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearings this week, it’s really all about abortion. Under normal circumstances, the partisan divide in this country over the controversial procedure would...