Abortion Access Under Fire, States Prepare For Possible Roe v. Wade OverturnTwo states voted Tuesday to add anti-abortion language to their constitutions in what some opponents say is preparation for a potential overturn of Roe v. Wade by the U.S. Supreme Court.
California Legislature OKs Plan To Require Universities To Offer Medication AbortionsThe California Assembly has voted to require all public universities to offer medication abortions at their campus health centers.
Supreme Court Strikes Down Calif. Law For Anti-Abortion Pregnancy CentersThe law required anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers licensed by the state to tell patients about the availability of contraception, abortion and pre-natal care.
Exit Poll: Voters In Ireland Vote Overwhelmingly To Liberalize Country's Abortion LawsVoters over 65 were the only age group overall not supporting the amendment, with 58.7% voting no, the poll said.
Law Requiring Clinics To Tell Clients About Abortion Services May Come Down To SpeechJustices voiced skepticism about requiring the centers to tell clients about the availability of contraception, abortion and pre-natal care
Mississippi Imposes Toughest Abortion Restrictions In NationMississippi Gov. Phil Bryant signed into law a bill that prevents women from getting abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
DC Court Wrestles With Detained Immigrant Teen's Access To AbortionThe teen, whose name has been withheld, has already received a state court order permitting her to have the abortion.
Surrogate Seeks Custody Determination After She Alleges Single Dad Asked Her To Reduce PregnancyA surrogate mother is at the center of a custody case.
Ex-Girlfriend Confronts Restaurateur For Attempts To Induce MiscarriageA former Southland restaurateur was sentenced Friday to nine years in prison for trying to kill his then-girlfriend's unborn baby by giving her a drug often used to terminate pregnancies.
Office Depot Defends Employees' Refusal To Make Copies Of Anti-Abortion 'Hate Material'A suburban Chicago woman is accusing Office Depot of religious discrimination, saying employees told her that making copies of an anti-abortion prayer violated company policy.
Accusations Fly As Congress Starts Planned Parenthood HearingsAccusations and strong emotions mark the start of long-awaited congressional hearings on Planned Parenthood, with a prominent abortion foe contending the group is breaking laws that bar for-profit sales of fetal tissue, while an advocate says there's no proof.