Political polarization poisons yet another area of life.
A state judge ruled that a lawsuit seeking clarification on Idaho's vague abortion ban can move forward, despite dismissing some of the suit's claims.
Two women reported attacks and threats from abusive ex-partners to the police. A lawsuit claimed they were ignored.
In the director's own words, this is "a sequel to five different things."
"These policies are motivated by good intentions. But that doesn't mean that the consequences of these policies will turn out well."
States that allow home chefs to sell perishable foods report no confirmed cases of relevant foodborne illness.
Despite state-level bans, new data show around 46,000 more abortions were performed during the first six months of 2023 than during the same period in 2020.
In an attempt to make the student body more conservative, Christopher Rufo says the school is actively "rebalancing" the ratio of male and female students.
The average working woman in 2023 earns enough money to buy a Barbie doll every 33 minutes. In 1959, it took nearly two hours.
For now, doctors who end pregnancies when a woman’s life is at risk can still be prosecuted.
Etowah County, Alabama, has charged hundreds of pregnant women and new mothers with "chemical endangerment" over minor drug offenses.
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"Once a woman became pregnant for any reason, she would now become property of the state of South Carolina," said one state senator.
It's one small victory for free speech and due process, but similar battles continue to play out elsewhere.
Mifepristone will remain on the market for now with no changes to how it can be prescribed.
Schools are allowed to preserve sex-based restrictions for athletes provided they are "substantially related to the achievement of an important educational objective."
"Taking that child across the border, and if that happens without the permission of the parent, that's where we'll be able to hold accountable those that would subvert a parent's right," said one of the bill's sponsors.
Momfluenced bemoans unrealistic expectations set on American mothers but then establishes new ones.
"I know either way he will use it against me.... And after the fact, I know he will try to act like he has some right to the decision," said the woman in text messages to her friends named as defendants in the suit.
The law allows abortions when there is a "medical emergency"—but what qualifies as an emergency?
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Politicians say they want to subsidize various industries, but they sabotage themselves by weighing the policies down with rules that have nothing to do with the plans.
Last week, a Kansas judge halted the enforcement of a law requiring a doctor to be in the same room as a patient taking abortion pills—a move hailed by abortion advocates as an important step to increase medication abortion access in the state.
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This time could really be different.
"It was a waiting game, the most horrific version of a staring contest: Whose life would end first? Mine, or my daughter's?"
The Education Department Asked for Public Comments on Sex Discrimination. It Got an Earful About Trans Athletes Instead.
Of the over 84,000 public comments available on the proposed Title IX regulations, a third included references to both “sex” and “sports.”
A wannabe prestige picture that works better as a pulpy mind-trip.
Pregnant and postpartum women arrested on minor drug charges can find themselves locked up for months in Etowah County.