A Texas man has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against three women who helped his ex-wife obtain abortion pills and terminate her pregnancy.
Author: Caroline Kitchener
What to know about the Texas abortion pill ruling, its impact on access
Texas judge Matthew Kacsmaryk could soon rule in an abortion pill case that would halt distribution of mifepristone.
The Texas judge who could take down the abortion pill
A devout Christian, Matthew Kacsmaryk has been shaped by his deep antiabortion beliefs
Fears mount around ‘catastrophic’ abortion pills case as decision nears
Abortion rights advocates worry that conservative courts are poised to rule on a Texas lawsuit seeking to ban mifepristone nationwide
Republicans aim to decimate abortion access in post-Roe haven states
GOP hardliners seek new abortion restrictions in key post-Roe destination states, including North Carolina, Florida and Nebraska.
Antiabortion activist dismissed from priesthood for ‘blasphemous communications’
The Vatican has removed high-profile Catholic leader Frank Pavone from the priesthood, a move that many of the most fervent national antiabortion advocates are questioning.
Antiabortion movement sets sights on putting people in jail
Many conservatives fear that the growing availability of illegal abortion pills has undercut their landmark Supreme Court victory overturning Roe v. Wade.
The Abortion Diaries: Pregnant and desperate in post-Roe America
Three pregnant women shared their abortion journeys since Roe v. Wade was overturned, each living in a state where she could not legally access the procedure.
Trump would act ‘like a little elementary school child,’ former spiritual adviser says
At a conference for Christian lawmakers, televangelist James Robison criticized Trump for focusing on “petty issues.”
Abortion rights advocates score major midterm victories across the country
An antiabortion amendment was defeated in conservative Kentucky, while voters in Michigan backed a measure enshrining abortion rights in the state constitution.