The study projected between 135 and 420 women with pregnancy-associated-cancer will face problems in their care due to denied abortions.
"This might not be the national anthem, but it's our national anthem!" Lady Gaga said before singing the "Born This Way" track.
Over a dozen Democratic Party lawmakers were arrested in front of the United States Supreme Court on Tuesday for taking part in a protest for abortion rights. Among those arrested was Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
The Biden administration has warned that Democratic proposals to allow abortion services to continue on federal property was not something that it was willing to support.
JPMorgan Chase, one of the largest banks in the world, told its employees that the firm will cover expenses for employees who travel to other states where seeking an abortion is easier if needed.
On Friday, the National Abortion Federation released a report that found assaults against clinics rose by 69% last year.
The man was charged with attempted murder after authorities saw him step out of a taxi dressed in black and carrying a suitcase and backpack outside Kavanaugh's home.
Meta is one of the more silent companies on the abortion debate with an employee policy that bans discussions on the sensitive topic in the workplace.
The Department of Homeland Security is monitoring threats of violence being made by extremists on both sides of the abortion debate in the wake of a leaked Supreme Court opinion to overturn Roe v. Wade.
State Democratic Attorney Generals are promising to wage a heated battle to protect access to abortion for women in their state and those who seek care from states that plan to ban the practice.
The White House is urging protestors to demonstrate peacefully in favor of abortion rights and avoid any violence against anti-abortion activists, organizations and U.S. Supreme Court justices.
More than half of Americans also believe that abortions should be legal in all or most cases, results of a poll conducted in late April showed.
The warning from Anonymous comes after an initial draft majority opinion about Roe v Wade was leaked Monday.
Ohio Republican Lawmaker Under Fire For Saying Pregnancy From Rape Is An 'Opportunity' For The Victim
An Ohio Republican lawmaker responsible for a strict anti-abortion bill has come under fire for justifying her exclusion of exceptions for rape victims in its language. She justified it by calling a rape-induced pregnancy an "opportunity" for victims.
A climate activist from Boulder, Colorado has died after setting himself on fire in protest in front of the U.S. Supreme Court.
President Joe Biden will deliver his first State of the Union address amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine, his recent Supreme Court pick Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, and the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Even though the vaccine mandate for businesses with over 100 employees was struck down by the Supreme Court, T-Mobile and other companies continue to require vaccinations.
Stephen Breyer has yet to make an official statement confirming the news, nor has the White House made an official statement, but Joe Biden had promised to nominate a Black woman to the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments in an affirmative action case at Harvard and the University of North Carolina where, Asian-American and white students have claimed to be discriminated against.
Starbucks Axes Vaccine Mandate For Employees In Dramatic Turnaround Following Supreme Court Decision
Employees at Starbucks will no longer be required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine to continue working in their stores to comply with the Supreme Court's ruling against President Biden's nationwide mandate.
The Supreme Court upheld a mask mandate on airplanes despite a Florida father requesting he and his son not wear a mask for air travel for medical reasons.
Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said Trump appeared hopeless after the Supreme Court rejected an attempt to overturn the 2020 election results.
As various states across the country continue to confirm cases of the concerning Omicron variant, Covid-19 vaccinations are soaring.
Former United States Vice President Mike Pence has requested the Supreme Court to repeal the 1973 Roe v Wade case, which legalized abortion in the country.
The Labor Department's Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced it will defer its implementation of the Biden administration's new vaccine mandate, which requires employers to either obligate their workers to get vaccinated or undergo regular testing.
As the plethora of lawsuits against Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate will likely reach the Supreme Court, the 46th president remains optimistic that it will be approved.
The Supreme Court will begin hearing arguments for cases concerning abortion and guns.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments over the controversial Texas law S.B. 8.
The Supreme Court will rule on whether or not to reinstate the death penalty for Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
The Biden administration reversed a Trump-era rule that blocked federal funding to clinics that provide abortion services