by Ian Millhiser Jan 29, 2016
Texas's top litigator makes a heavy-handed, oafish -- and absolutely brilliant -- bid to gut Roe v. Wade.
by Alex Zielinski Jan 22, 2016
"The hostility to reproductive health and rights has reached a fever pitch in the past year."
by Ian Millhiser Sep 22, 2015
Less than a year from now, Roe v. Wade could be all-but-dead and employers, health providers and pharmacists could gain sweeping new power to impose their religious views on women who use birth control.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jan 22, 2015
They'll still vote on a different anti-choice bill.
The landmark Supreme Court case marks a complicated anniversary.
by Ian Millhiser Dec 18, 2013
Justice Ginsburg indicated Tuesday that she does not intend to retire soon. Here's what happens if she doesn't leave while a Democrat is in the White House.
by Ian Millhiser & Tara Culp-Ressler Dec 4, 2013
Amid the tattered remains of Roe v. Wade, many women are left behind. They’re living in a world in which affluent women may exercise their right to choose while impoverished women may not. It doesn’t look too different from 1972.
by Zack Beauchamp Jun 18, 2013
by Zack Ford May 8, 2013