If it overturns Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court would unleash a series of state-level legislative battles and fuel heated public debate
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln appears to have removed portions of its anti-racism plan referring to Ibram Kendi and structural racism.
The Health and Human Services (HHS) Department is facing a fresh lawsuit after its recent decision to revoke waivers from faith-based organizations that seek to provide services in accordance with their beliefs.
Both sides of the abortion debate offered their reactions to oral arguments heard by the Supreme Court on Wednesday.
Wednesday, Dec. 1, is a significant day in abortion politics as the Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health. Here are some key details about the case and what you can expect:
Mississippi’s governor is confident as his state heads towards oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health at the Supreme Court.
Former Vice President Mike Pence called on the Supreme Court to overturn the landmark decision in Roe v. Wade, arguing that it has destabilized the nation for decades.
Sen. Hawley is asking HHS to answer several questions after it rolled back provisions related to religious liberty.
Sens. Sasse and six other Republicans are requesting that Garland clarify remarks he made at a Judiciary hearing on Oct. 27.
Govs. Kristi Noem and Kim Reynolds spoke out in favor of the Supreme Court using its upcoming case in Dobbs to overturn the precedents set in Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey.