The Courts’ Legitimacy Crisis Is an Opportunity Democrats Should Seize

Calling out corrupt judges and reactionary courts is good policy—and good politics.

Jeet Heer

What the Brutal Death of Gabriella Gonzalez Tells Us About Domestic Violence Post-“Roe”

Texas’s extreme abortion and gun laws have left victims of intimate partner violence more vulnerable than ever.

Mary Tuma

Pay No Attention to the GOP “Debate” on Abortion

A leading anti-abortion group criticized Trump for not supporting a nationwide abortion ban. Then backed down. They know they’ll get their way, anyway.

Joan Walsh

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Amanda Zurawski

Time Is Running Out for Texas Republicans to Clarify Exceptions in Their New Abortion Law

With just a few weeks remaining in Texas’s legislative session, the GOP has yet to clarify what constitutes a medical emergency in its extreme abortion ban.

Mary Tuma
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris return to the Oval Office at the conclusion of an event marking National Small Business Week in the Rose Garden at the White House on May 1, 2023.

Joe Biden, Culture Warrior

The president’s freedom agenda can win—if he doesn’t embrace austerity.

Jeet Heer
Abortion rights advocates march in front of the US Capitol

The Future Is Telehealth Abortion—if We Can Protect It

The Supreme Court maintained access to telehealth abortion with its mifepristone decision. But more challenges are coming.

Andréa Becker and Ushma Upadhyay


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