Births rose by an average 2.3 percent post-Roe v. Wade, the study found.
Almost a week after Ohio enshrined abortion rights in the state's constitution, there is a push in Florida to give voters the power to decide, and it's coming with pushback.
The off-year elections provide a snapshot of American politics heading into 2024. But two big names — Joe Biden and Donald Trump — weren’t on the ballot this time.
The outcome of Tuesday’s election in Ohio follows a string of defeats in statewide votes since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in 2022.
From governor races to a state’s Supreme Court, access to abortion has been a frequent topic in campaign debates and advertising for almost all races in the spotlight this year.
The total number of abortions provided in the U.S. rose slightly in the 12 months after states began implementing bans on them throughout pregnancy, a new survey finds.
The Florida Supreme Court is now deciding whether the state's new abortion restrictions are legal after the justices heard from both sides of the argument Friday.
The South Carolina Supreme Court upheld a ban on most abortions this week but left undecided the question of when, exactly, the “fetal heartbeat” limit begins during pregnancy.
Gerson Fuentes, 28, confessed to Columbus police.
Saturday, June, 24, marks one year since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that provided a constitutional right to abortion.
One year ago this week, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned its landmark Roe v. Wade decision, leaving abortion rights up to the states including Florida.
The hearing comes after Indiana's attorney general accused Dr. Caitlin Bernard of violating state law by not reporting the girl’s child abuse to police and federal patient privacy laws by telling a newspaper reporter about the girl’s treatment.
A Nebraska woman has pleaded guilty to burning and concealing a fetus after she took medication to end her pregnancy when she was more than 20 weeks along.
Taking aim at "government interference" in abortion decisions, a coalition of groups Monday formally began a drive to try to pass a constitutional amendment in 2024 to ensure abortion rights in Florida.
The Supreme Court has preserved women’s access to a drug used in the most common method of abortion, rejecting lower-court restrictions while a lawsuit continues.
The justices are still considering whether to allow restrictions on mifepristone to take effect while a legal challenge to the medication’s FDA approval continues. In an order signed by Justice Samuel Alito on Wednesday, the court indicated it will act by Friday night.
The Supreme Court has temporarily kept in place federal rules for use of an abortion drug, while it more fully considers the issues raised in a court challenge.
A group of Florida medical students who are about to enter residency training traveled to Tallahassee to plead with lawmakers ahead of their vote on a 6-week abortion ban. Now they're looking for schools in states with fewer restrictions, for a well-rounded education in medicine.
Moving quickly on what supporters call the "Heartbeat Protection Act," Gov. Ron DeSantis late Thursday signed a bill that would prevent abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.
The Florida House on Thursday gave final approval to a bill that would prevent abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, setting up a showdown at the state Supreme Court that could determine the future of abortion rights in Florida.