Former federal prosecutor Guy Lews says Chuck Schumer may be liable to criminal charges for his comments about Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib became the target of widespread ridicule on social media following remarks she made about men's "obsession" with her body.
Rolanda Harris, who represents Birmingham, said the proposed legislation, which she calls a “vasectomy bill,” came in response to the state legislature’s Human Life Protection Act, which was signed into law last year and banned almost all abortions in the state.
FBI Director Christopher Wray’s declaration before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that the bureau had broadened its definition of domestic terrorism to include “people on either side” of the abortion issue had liberals in virtual meltdown on Twitter.
Donald Trump became the first U.S. president to attend the annual March for Life in Washington on Friday and slammed his Democratic rivals.
The Trump administration said California cannot require insurers to cover abortions and threatened to cut healthcare funds unless it pulls that requirement.
The Supreme Court left in place a Kentucky abortion law restriction requiring doctors to show and describe ultrasound images to women seeking an abortion.
In a video taken by Johnson, he and a student identified as Keaton Hill are seen exchanging words before Hill slaps Johnson.
Actress Jameela Jamil announced on Twitter that she is "thriving" since having an abortion seven years ago, and told the haters, "Suck on that."
A federal jury in San Francisco ruled that activists must pay $870,000 in punitive damages over their undercover video investigation of Planned Parenthood.