Abortion Pill Can Be Sold at Pharmacies, FDA Says
The new rule could expand medication abortion access in some places
The Underground Abortion Network That Inspired 'Call Jane'
A new film offers a fictionalized look at the Janes, activists who provided illegal abortions in Chicago before Roe v. Wade
Annie Ernaux Wins Nobel Prize in Literature for Her Unabashed Autobiographical Writing
The French author is the 17th woman to win the prize
Who Was Norma McCorvey, the Woman Behind Roe v. Wade?
Dubbed "Jane Roe," McCorvey sought an abortion after becoming pregnant in 1969 but was thwarted by Texas' restrictive reproductive laws
When Abortion Was Illegal, Chicago Women Turned to the Jane Collective
A new documentary spotlights the group that helped thousands seeking abortions in the 1960s and '70s
What Did the Suffragists Really Think About Abortion?
Contrary to contemporary claims, Susan B. Anthony and her peers rarely discussed abortion, which only emerged as a key political issue in the 1960s
In 1973, a Leak at the Supreme Court Broke News of an Imminent Ruling on Roe v. Wade
Nearly 50 years later, a similar disclosure revealed that the court is poised to overturn legalized abortion in the U.S.