The American abortion rate hit a three-decade low in 2011 -- and a new wave of abortion restrictions aren't necessarily the reason why.
Forty-one years ago, the Supreme Court declared abortion to be a legal right. A lot has changed between now and then.
That's way more than the 180 restrictions that passed in the last decade.
It's all part of the health-care law's mandated coverage of birth control.
Fewer women are getting pregnant--unless they're over 30.
A new lawsuit takes aim at Catholic hospitals' policies on how they treat obstetric complications.
The arguments will focus on the religious rights of for-profit corporations.
The decision halts two key provisions: A requirement that abortion providers have admitting privileges at a local hospital and another barring medical abortions.
Forty-three laws have passed in 2013 to restrict abortion access. That makes California's new law expanding access all the more surprising.
Taken together, they have passed 43 laws that reduce access to abortion.
Texas Republicans want to ban abortion at 20 weeks. If the state moves forward, it would be the 13th to do so.
Delivering coverage is a six-step process for faith-based non-profits that oppose contraceptive use.
Texas Democratic Senator Wendy Davis' nine-hour filibuster may be becoming to a quick end - and not due to the senator's lack of effort.
At 11:18 a.m. this morning, Texas State Senator Wendy Davis began talking. She has not stopped since.
The president still supports age restrictions on emergency contraceptives.
The Obama administration plans to comply with a court order to allow over-the-counter emergency contraceptive sales.
This court ruling matters. But don't expect emergency contraceptives to show up next to toothpaste and Advil tomorrow.
The Obama administration will challenge a court ruling that would require the federal government to make emergency contraceptives available to all women over the counter.
Sixteen states do not allow 15-year-olds to obtain learner's permits. A passport requires assistance from both parents.