Researchers estimate nearly 65,000 rape-caused pregnancies have happened in states with abortion bans in effect since Roe v. Wade was overturned. The report is in JAMA Internal Medicine.
As the first full year since Roe v. Wade was overturned closes, the abortion landscape in the U.S. has changed legally, politically and medically.
Ever since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in 2022, Republicans have struggled with messaging on the issue. GOP presidential hopefuls are trying to strike a balance on the campaign trail.
Virginia voters are deciding whether to keep divided government at the state level. At stake is the chance to dramatically reshape abortion policy.
The Georgia Supreme Court has rejected a lower court ruling that the state's restrictive abortion law was invalid, leaving limited access to abortions unchanged for now.
What happened to abortion numbers since Roe v. Wade fell? The Guttmacher Institute has new state-by-state numbers that show people are traveling for the procedure.
Illinois hospitals are seeing a surge of out-of-state patients who need abortion care at a hospital due to medical complications. But hospital-based abortions are more costly and harder to arrange.
As Republicans take the debate stage in Milwaukee, Planned Parenthood is launching ads on social media and streaming services quoting their positions on abortion.
The Supreme Court delivered a historic victory to the anti-abortion movement. But many still feel their work is far from complete, and are seeking new strategies to stop abortion in all 50 states.
The state's abortion bans make no exceptions for fatal fetal anomalies. Two women had devastating pregnancy diagnoses — one could leave the state for an abortion, and the other could not.
With states empowered to regulate abortion, doctors say they're trapped by vague laws that criminalize care. And ongoing court battles make it hard to keep up with the procedure's legal status.
Anna and Tony have six kids and are expecting a seventh. They couldn't afford to travel to where abortion is legal. With few places to turn to for help, they're worried about their family's future.
After the Supreme Court ruled a year ago to overturn Roe v. Wade, more than a dozen states acted to outlaw abortion or severely restrict access. Here's how those laws affected the lives of residents.
An economics professor at Middlebury College and her undergrad research assistants have been tracking access to abortion care since 2009. These maps show the dramatic changes in the past decade.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: This week marks one year since the Dobbs decision overturned Roe v. Wade, ending 50 years where women had a guaranteed right to choose an abortion. Plus, Brad Raffensperger challenges Donald Trump to a debate. But first, Bill Nigut speaks on the show's cancellation.