image How Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum Is Quietly Fighting Trump—and Beating Him

Though every day seems to bring another crushing blow to reproductive rights, there have been small victories.

image Cory Booker Would Create an Office of Reproductive Freedom On His First Day as President

He says he'll "undo the damage" done by Trump's administration.

image I Was 6 Weeks Pregnant When Ohio Passed Its 6-Week Abortion Ban

My body was giving me no clues. How will women who want or need abortions be able to decide in time?

image Everybody Running for President In 2020

We're at close to two dozen candidates now.

image This New Movie Offers a Terrifying Look at a World Without Roe

Ask for Jane tells the story of a time when abortion was illegal—and deadly.

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image What You Need to Know About the Threats to Abortion Right Now

Here's what to know about the bills making their way up the court system, and how to fight back against them.

image Women Across the Country Are Outraged Over Alabama's Abortion Ban Bill

"This is awful. Outrageous. Unconstitutional."

image The Nation Is Waiting to Find Out If Alabama's Governor Will Sign That Abortion Bill

If signed, HB 314 would be the strictest anti-choice law in America.

image If "Mayor Pete" Were Elected, We'd Have Our First Same-Sex "First Gentleman"

The couple has been making huge waves in the run-up to 2020.

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image Reproductive Rights Aren’t ‘Women’s Issues.’ It’s Time For Male Candidates To Step Up

We asked the top male presidential candidates whether—and how—they'll do that.

MCX050119_115 Claudia Gomez Was Killed by a Border Patrol Agent. The Question Remains: Why?

A year ago this month, a 20-year-old Guatemalan woman seeking opportunity in the U.S. was shot dead by a Border Patrol agent in Texas. A video of the killing went viral on Facebook and spurred a media outcry, yet neither the agent’s name nor why he opened fire has ever been made public. In the first of our series on women and migration, we ask, will her family ever get justice?

image Alicia Garza on the Crisis of Mass Incarceration and the 2020 Election

Black women are the fastest growing incarcerated population—and the group best primed to change the system.

image Can Li Li Leung Save USA Gymnastics?

After years of turmoil in the sport, the new president and CEO wants to overhaul the culture.

image How to Help the Victims of Sri Lanka's Bombings

More than 300 people have been confirmed dead.

seth moulton Let's Get to Know the Newest 2020 Candidate, Seth Moulton

He was named one of the '50 Most Beautiful' people in D.C.

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image "We Were Told This Would Never Happen Again. I Believed Them"

Salli Garrigan, a Columbine shooting survivor, didn't think her story mattered—until Parkland.

image "How We Won Millions of Dollars from TED to End Child Pornography"

Julie Cordua, CEO of Thorn, has spent the last year working on a plan to end child sexual abuse online. Last night her organization was given millions of dollars to do so.

image Pete Buttigieg's Husband Just Gave His First Major Interview

"This campaign is love and you are loved and you matter."

image What Will the Presidential Candidates Do About the Cost of Child Care Crushing American Families?

One contender—Elizabeth Warren—has proposed a bold universal child care plan.

image Is CBD Even Legal Where You Live? This State-By-State Guide Will Tell You

The laws are ever-evolving when it comes to CBD, so here's how to know whether it's allowed where you are right now.

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