by Celisa Calacal & Laurel Raymond Jun 29, 2016
While Republicans and Democrats decide to play the blame game, it's women who will suffer the most.
by Bryce Covert Jun 29, 2016
Drinking water in the Cannon House Office Building has been turned off after tests showed elevated lead levels.
by Erica Hellerstein Jun 29, 2016
The court’s reliance on rigorous data collection to inform their decision was unusual for a topic like abortion, which is often driven by emotional rhetoric instead of scientific evidence and fact.
by Alex Zielinski Jun 29, 2016
"It's about meeting our patients where they're at, both physically and mentally."
by Bryce Covert Jun 28, 2016
A new report uncovers widespread lead violations in drinking water and little accountability.
by Laurel Raymond Jun 28, 2016
TRAP laws are already starting to fall.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jun 27, 2016
The anti-abortion movement needs to find a new strategy.
by Alex Zielinski Jun 27, 2016
The story of a small program that could ignite a movement to uproot drug addiction’s tightening grip on the country.
Here's how it's already harming the people who live in the state.
by Celisa Calacal Jun 24, 2016
Yet another example of Republicans attempting to restrict women's access to abortion and contraception.