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Who was 'Jane Roe,' the woman at the heart of the landmark abortion case?
Most Americans know of her only by her pseudonym, Jane Roe, the namesake plaintiff in the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court case. But the real woman behind the anonymous pseudonym eventually came out of the shadows and into the limelight. Norma McCorvey went public initially as an abortion rights
Film 'Vessel' Follows Ship That Offers Women DYI Abortions
Dr. Rebecca Gomperts began her career as a primary doctor performing abortions in her native country The Netherlands. But while working for Green Peace in 1999, she began to worry about all the women who suffered the consequences of botched illegal abortions in parts of the world where they had no
Roe v. Wade: Abortion Backlash Persists 40 Years Later
Roe Opponents "March for Life," Gay-Rights Activists Learn From 40-Year-Old Landmark Ruling
Federal Inmate Keith Judd Receiving Sizable Percent of Vote in West Virginia Democratic Primary
Barack Obama was not the only Democrat on the ballot on Tuesday in West Virginia’s Democratic Presidential Primary. Keith Judd — also known as Inmate No. 11593-051 at the Federal Correctional Institution in Texarkana, Texas — was running against him. Judd, who is serving out...
Anti-Abortion Activist Breaks Double Digits in Oklahoma Dem Primary Obama Challenge
Veteran anti-abortion activist Randall Terry won more than 18,400 votes, or 18 percent, in Oklahoma’s Democratic presidential primary Tuesday — a not insignificant showing in a year when incumbent President Barack Obama has nationally faced no serious challenge from within his party. Obama won more
Is Rick Santorum The 'Incredible Shrinking' Candidate? (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) COLUMBUS, Ohio — Just when Rick Santorum needs to be expanding his lead in Super Tuesday states like Ohio, he seems to be heading in the opposite direction. A new poll out this morning in Ohio, which...
Hillary Clinton is Popular, Herman Cain the Auteur, Good Economic News: Since the AM Note
Hillary Clinton: What Might Have Been vs. Mitt Romney: What May Yet Be Just as Republicans seem to be coming to terms with Mitt Romney as the fragile frontrunner in the race for their nomination, there’s cause to wonder today what would the bizarro world...
Abortion Without Doctor On-Site Gets High Grades in Iowa
Telemedicine Medical Abortion Gives More Women Access to Safe Abortion Despite Dwindling Services
South Dakota: A 'Justifiable Homicide' Bill. Does It Include Abortion Doctors?
A State Legislator Proposes a Bill That Makes Killing in Defense of the Unborn 'Justifiable'
South Dakota: 'Justifiable Homicide' Bill on Hold
A State Legislator Mulls Changes to a Bill Whose Language Could Make Killing in Defense of the Unborn 'Justifiable'