Kate Cox, a 31-year-old mother of two, is ill and carrying a fetus with a genetic condition that is almost always fatal. She decided to leave Texas to get an abortion.
Patients and doctors in Tennessee, Idaho and Oklahoma are taking legal action against state abortion bans. Women told dramatic stories of dangerous pregnancies and delayed care.
What happened to abortion numbers since Roe v. Wade fell? The Guttmacher Institute has new state-by-state numbers that show people are traveling for the procedure.
Starting Sept. 1, limited abortion care will be legal in Texas in two pregnancy circumstances. Getting that through the conservative Texas legislature required "masterful and discreet" lawmaking.
Dr. Austin Dennard is an OB-GYN who is going to give birth very soon. She also had to leave Texas to terminate a previous pregnancy because the fetus had a fatal condition.
As young adults prepare to leave blue states and head to historically black colleges in states where abortion is banned, they're getting ready to safeguard their reproductive health during college.
A Texas judge is temporarily blocking the state's abortion bans from being enforced against doctors who perform abortions in cases of medical emergencies and fetal anomalies.
Nearly a year after the U.S. Supreme Court allowed abortion bans around the country to take effect, some cities and states are pushing in the other direction, a new report finds.
Medical schools in states that have banned abortion can't teach abortion care. Sen. Tammy Baldwin wants to make funds available for students in those states to travel for the training.
Even the Trump-era surgeon general is concerned about the repercussions for women's health, as doctors say they are reluctant to practice in states that have banned abortion.