Roe v. Wade News
In the age of Trump, Schwarzenegger wants centrist GOP
The year was 1990 and Republican U.S. Sen. Pete Wilson claimed his first term as California governor, replacing another Republican, George Deukmejian. Two years earlier, California voters helped send George H.W. Bush to the White House with a 3.6-point win over Democrat Michael Dukakis. Nearly
Judge temporarily blocks most restrictive abortion law in US
The most restrictive abortion law in the United States has been blocked, less than 24 hours after Mississippi's governor signed it
A rare, inside look at the personal life of Gloria Allred
The Netflix documentary "Seeing Allred" takes viewers into the private and public sides of the famed attorney.
Where US abortion laws stand 45 years after Roe v . Wade
Access to abortions, which the Supreme Court legalized 45 years ago today, is still being fought over, with advocates from either side of the issue arguing for their cause. The landmark Roe v. Wade case was decided on Jan. 22, 1973, with the highest court in the land affirming the right that women
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
Who was 'Jane Roe' in Roe v . Wade ?
Norma McCorvey was the "Jane Roe" in the landmark Roe v. Wade 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion.
Activist explains why she hopes to change the way America views abortion
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision in the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade case may have legalized abortion, but a new wave of young, self-described "feminist" women today argue that the court made a mistake. Christina Bennett, who calls herself a "pro-life feminist" is on the front lines of that fight.
Divorced couple take their fight over frozen embryos to Colorado court
What happens when the parents who created frozen embryos go to war with each other over whether to procreate with them or destroy them? That's the battle now being waged before the Colorado Supreme Court by the now-divorced Mandy and Drake Rooks. While disputes over custody of frozen embryos are
Age of undocumented immigrant alters government's case against abortion
The Trump administration's abortion court battles continued this week when the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) argued to block two undocumented teens from terminating their pregnancies while in HHS custody. But both women will likely be allowed to receive the procedure, as new
Roy Moore: Sexual misconduct allegations against me are 'completely false,' 'malicious'
An impassioned Roy Moore made his return to the campaign trail in Alabama this evening with just over two weeks to go before Election Day, insisting sexual misconduct allegations he faces are "completely false." "I want to tell you first, this hurts me personally because besides my wife and my