(RNS) — ‘It was all an act. I did it well, too. I am a good actress,’ said Norma McCorvey, anti-abortion activist also known as ‘Jane Roe’ from the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade.
LOS ANGELES (RNS) — If signed into law, the 'College Student Right to Access Act,' or SB 24, would take effect in January 2023. Newsom has until Sunday to make a decision.
(RNS) — Many faith groups protested a checkbox on a participation form requiring prospective employers to affirm abortion rights.
(RNS) Neil Gorsuch was expected to fulfill the president’s promise to name a justice who would overturn Roe v. Wade. But after Gorsuch’s Senate testimony, some abortion foes are worried.
(RNS) In his first press briefing at the White House, President Donald Trump's press secretary Sean Spicer spoke to two issues important to the conservative Christians who overwhelmingly had voted for the president.
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch/Kansas City Star) The lawsuit challenges requirements that abortion clinics meet standards for surgical centers and that their doctors have privileges in a nearby hospital.
Poland's Catholic bishops are pushing the government to ban abortion in the country that already has one of Europe's most restrictive abortion laws.
ROME (RNS) Archbishop John Myers drew a line at the altar rail for Catholics who support gay rights or abortion rights and for Catholics whose marriages are not considered valid by the church.
Congressmen accused the group of using funds for abortion and selling fetal tissue for profit but Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards called "outrageous allegations" against Planned Parenthood "untrue."
By sidestepping the elements of the story that have outraged Americans, it’s as if the editorial board is trying to prove true the conservatives who claim their paper is run by left-leaning elitists.
(RNS) The latest poll could signal an end to the seesaw battle that has characterized opinions on abortion over the past few years.
Insight and analysis on a new study showing that American abortion rates have hit record lows.
Some say the alleged atrocities of abortionist Douglas Karpen are "worse than Gosnell," but is anyone listening?
DUBLIN, Ireland (RNS) Most European countries allow abortion on demand during the first trimester, but in Ireland, where there is still a palpable struggle between waning Catholic influence and an increasingly secular state, the friction between the two groups continues to escalate.
(RNS) Four decades after the landmark Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion, little has changed, and what’s really going on is a case study in the psychology of movement politics. By David Gibson.