The End of Roe
The fight over reproductive freedom enters a grim new chapter.
U.S. Marshals Spied on Abortion Protesters Using Dataminr
Twitter’s “official partner” monitored the precise time and location of post-Roe demonstrations, internal emails show.
The First “Wrongful Death” Case for Helping a Friend Get an Abortion
The lawsuit’s long game — beyond instilling fear — is establishing fetal personhood, the holy grail of the anti-abortion movement.
Supreme Court Places Abortion Drug Restrictions on Hold — For Now
Mifepristone will remain available until further review by the conservative 5th Circuit, which plans to hear oral arguments on May 17.
VoicesPolitics, Not Science, Will Win the Battle for Mifepristone
From AIDS to Covid, the history of regulation shows that we need facts — but also direct action.
Texas Judge Cosplaying as Medical Expert Has Consequences Beyond the Abortion Pill
The FDA has the power to ignore the mifepristone ruling, legal experts say. But only the courts can cure its dangerous implications.