What happens when women tell their abortion stories on Twitter? Is it good for the pro-choice movement—and is it good for them?
Conservatives don't really want to get rid of abortion rights? This next Congress, we might just find out.
The most significant threats may come from the state level: Republicans picked up several governorships, and the Affordable Care Act requires the cooperation of states to set up their own insurance exchanges.
The choice of former Chilean president Michelle Bachelet to head the new United Nations agency for women may be the most important and smartest appointment Ban Ki-moon makes in his tenure as UN secretary-general.
Five Republican Senate nominees recently announced that they do not support a woman's right to an abortion even in the case of rape or incest.
Manipulating information women who are seeking abortion receive is a staple of antichoice politics. A recent episode of Friday Night Lights reveals how damaging that strategy is.
Women on the US-Mexico border seek alternatives to embattled abortion clinics.
Hillary Clinton has unequivocally stated that all women around the world must have the right to abortion. Will Obama confirm that position at the G8 summit this weekend?
We blame girls—but it's the boys who are sabotaging attempts at safer sex, studies suggest.
John Nichols explains why he is excited about the possibilities for progressive reform to the healthcare bill.