If history is any indication, law enforcement had better take the increase in death threats against abortion providers very seriously
A government shutdown may work well for Republicans going into a general election - two years ago their 16-day shutdown paid huge dividends
Secretary Clinton laid it on the line today at a rally in Ohio when she likened Republican's policies on women to those of terrorists' treatment of women.
The Republicans are circling the wagons to get rid of Trump and they scored bonus points for putting on a very public show of caring about misogyny. Unfortunately, they only care about misogyny when it's aimed at a Republican woman by a man they want to get rid of, which is to say they don't care at all,
The GOP is opposed to providing for the general welfare of anyone but corporations, the filthy rich, and especially the extremely religious
Republicans have no ideas or plans for real problems, so they've invented a new problem in order to look like they're doing something and naturally that new problem is women's liberty.
A yearlong investigation into crisis pregnancy centers reveals a network of anti-abortion, anti-birth control, and anti-sex extremists that is not only funded with your tax dollars, but is often the only option.
According to the Catholic justices' ruling, the Obama Administration 'must' provide an accommodation for "religious" for-profit corporations and on Friday, President Obama did just that in response to the High Court's decision. In fact, what President Obama did was effectively neuter the Hobby Lobby ruling and ensure that all women, even those employed by 'religious corporations,' will still have birth control covered at no cost to them; even if their evangelical employers object and refuse to provide it.
There is no other reason for Republicans to try defunding Title X than denying family planning services and contraception from women.
If Republicans continue to ignore working women, and Hillary Clinton becomes the 2016 Democratic nominee, the GOP will be in world of hurt.
A Georgia woman has been illegally arrested and had her constitutional rights violated after a social worker told police officers that she terminated her pregnancy by taking abortion pills.
You might have thought it was bad enough that 2016 Republican presidential candidate and Governor of Wisconsin Scott Walker is going to sign a bill banning abortion after 20 weeks with no exceptions for incest or life of the mother. But it gets worse.
"This is the 29th time in four months that Congress has tried to restrict abortion, which is outrageous," Cecile Richards, President of Planned Parenthood Action Fund, charged after Republicans passed yet another assault on women's rights.
Kansas' religious Republicans are so intent on proving they will go to any length to protect a fetus that they passed legislation for the National Right To Life movement outlawing a medical procedure to ban abortions at 14 weeks after fertilization.
A shot was fired at the rape culture Tuesday, as a private sector company, MOKO Social Media, stepped up to the plate by donating $100,000 to Detroit's Wayne Country Prosecutor's Office (Michigan) in order to help investigate a shameful backlog of rape kits.
This week a story in Georgia illustrates just how dangerous religious tyranny posing as religious freedom can be to the health of women.
The GOP's poor imitation of the Paycheck Fairness Act, is more about optics than about substance, as reflected in Deb Fischer's statement on the proposed law.
Republican strategist Ana Navarro blasted Hillary Clinton for supposedly playing up her female candidacy.
The mainstream media has already said volumes about the future of Rolling Stone's UVA story as a case study of how not to cover a story in journalism classes.
One day people will wake up and wonder why they can no longer get the pill in their state, let alone an abortion. They can thank a Republican for the RFRA.