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.
Most people who live in states that have banned abortion throughout pregnancy say they believe abortion should be available for at least the first six weeks, while others think there should be some restrictions.
Since last November, a library at the University of Washington has featured a different kind of vending machine. It's stocked with ibuprofen, pregnancy tests and the morning-after pill.
Saturday, June, 24, marks one year since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that provided a constitutional right to abortion.
A bid by Iowa Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds to reinstate the state’s strict ban on most abortions has failed. In a rare 3-3 split decision Friday, the state's supreme court upheld a 2019 district court ruling that blocked the law.
A medical board voted that Dr. Caitlin Bernard didn’t follow privacy laws when she told a newspaper reporter about the girl’s treatment in a case that gained attention in the national abortion debate.
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.
The Supreme Court is expected to rule Friday on the next step for women in regards to Mifepristone, as the abortion drug is at the center of legal battles. Andrew Lieb, a legal analyst with Lieb at Law joined LiveNOW from FOX's Josh Breslow to discuss what happens next.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned a portion of the state’s ban on abortion, ruling women have a right to an abortion not just in a medical emergency.
The measure would require restrictions imposed past a fetus' viability outside the womb to be based on evidence of patient health and safety benefits.
Chalice Blythe, a minister of Satan, spoke with LiveNOW from FOX's Josh Breslow about the Satanic Tempe offering telehealth abortion services for women in New Mexico.
The Satanic Temple, which doesn’t believe in a literal Satan, has claimed its abortion ritual is exempt from bans because it’s part of religious practice.
Sunday is the 50th anniversary of the now-overturned Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that established a federal right to an abortion.
Republicans approved two abortion measures Wednesday, making clear they want to go further after the Supreme Court overruled the federal right to an abortion last year.
The change could expand access at both brick-and-mortar stores and online pharmacies.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced that he had signed Senate Bill 1 within an hour of its passage in the state legislation. The bill outlaws abortions almost entirely in the state of Indiana with some exceptions. The Indiana Senate voted 28-19 to accept Senate Bill 1 after the bill passed the House earlier in the day – making the legislature the first in the nation pass such restrictions since the U.S. Supreme Court opened the door by overturning Roe v. Wade.
President Joe Biden on Aug. 3, 2022, celebrated Kansas primary voters who protected the right to abortion in the conservative state and signed an executive order aimed at making it easier for patients seeking abortions to travel between states to get access to the procedure.
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The Supreme Court on Friday overturned Roe v. Wade, eliminating the right to abortion.
An armed man was arrested near the Maryland home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh Wednesday morning, law enforcement sources confirmed to Fox News. The suspect was carrying a gun and a knife when arrested and had made violent threats against Kavanaugh, sources said. The man’s name is being withheld at this time, but sources say he is in his 20s and was picked up on a nearby street. He did not get to the Kavanaugh home.