Abortion would remain legal in about half of states, but the rest would likely ban it. The number of abortions would probably fall, particularly among poor women in the South and Midwest.
Digital surveillance threatens reproductive freedom. But there are tools to protect yourself online.
Through the titular artificial intelligence figure, After Yang explores the meanings of life, death, and what comes after.
How "pro-life" states are failing new parents and babies.
A new paper in The Quarterly Journal of Economics, published by Oxford University Press, indicates that people who are the gender minority in their workplace are more likely to experience sexual harassment. This harassment discourages people from taking jobs in workplaces where they would be a gender minority. It also leads current minorities to leave their jobs for new ones with lower pay.
More people seeking abortions are turning to abortion pills rather than surgical abortion. Here's what to know about the pills, which will likely be at the center of the abortion battles ahead.
Supporters of Roe v. Wade are spreading fears that Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito's draft decision overturning the landmark abortion case would mean that other Court precedents, including interracial marriage, could also be canceled.
Henry Dimbleby said Britons were likely to load up on snacks 'unconsciously' if they were logged on in their kitchens.
The New York Times published a lead editorial on Sunday in which it warned that overturning Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 abortion law, would mean ending interracial marriage, repeating an erroneous argument the left has spread for days.
Even as recovery chugs along, it seems like some Americans may not be fully sold on job hunting just yet.
In the name of the "right to life," ending the constitutional right to an abortion will destroy a lot of lives, readers say.