A bill approved by the Texas Senate shows how, in many cases, pregnant people can no longer trust their physicians
According to a former student, the judge claimed pregnant women regularly take advantage of companies
GOP health care plan is all about telling low-income people to fend for themselves
From the "Day Without a Woman" strike in the U.S. to farmworker solidarity in Mexico City, here's how the world celebrated
Co-organizer Janaye Ingram explains what Wednesday's strike will entail, and how non-strikers can still participate
Cut through the noise and the nonsense, and examine the fallout from Trump's opening blitz
Days into his presidency, Trump and the GOP have already gone hard against reproductive rights
He's trampled on the rights of women, LGBTQ folks and the poor. Then there's the incompetence. Meet, quite possibly, the next president
"I'm standing here because my grandparents had to do this. Now I have to do this. I'm hoping my kids don't have to do this"
"I'm marching because I want to make my grandmother proud and Trump afraid"
I'm marching for my three-year-old, who will grow up in Trump's America, and the next baby I still hope to have
Trump is a serious threat to reproductive rights, but 'Roe' – which turns 44 Sunday – could be harder to overturn than many think
Organizer Linda Sarsour discusses how the march came together and its broad, intersectional platform
A broad-based movement is shaping up to thwart the incoming Trump administration
Head of reproductive health group discusses plans to thwart Donald Trump and lock arms against "unprecedented assaults"