Do Republicans really think they will prevent abortions by defunding Planned Parenthood?
A new law to address systemic sexual violence behind bars still fails to protect the health and rights of women who are assaulted.
Despite all the talk of shared sacrifice, the drastic slashes to public sector jobs and social programs will hurt women the most.
Marriage as an institution might deserve closer scrutiny, Melissa Harris-Perry explains, but people simply making "different decisions" about their own lives deserve to be left alone.
Under the guise of deficit reduction, Republicans intend to not only nix family planning services but also steer women away from the workforce with compulsory motherhood.
Progressive service organizations connect real world needs to Beltway advocacy and lobbying. Conservatives fear and loathe that.
Not content with depriving women of reproductive healthcare, House Republicans want to starve them and their children too.
The ultimate aim of the GOP's social agenda is to force women back into the home.
The Nation's Chris Hayes says that taking away Planned Parenthood's funding will only deny millions of women vital reproductive care. The Daily Show's Kristen Schaal says that may not be enough for right-wingers.
A sting operation, plus movement on a bill to defund the healthcare provider? It's no coincidence that they're happening right at the same time.