A bill to rig the state's electoral vote allocation has moved out of committee.
The Bureau of Labor Statistic’s annual report makes for grim reading.
Netanyahu was defeated, even if he stays in office.
It's not necessary.
The government's spending has been flat for the last two years.
It's a question voters will inevitably ask.
Rather than change their ideas, the GOP is considering a plan to change the rules to win elections.
Many in the LGBT community may not realize it, but we have Roe v. Wade to thank for same-sex marriage.
From the home to the streets, domestic workers organize to counter abusive job conditions.
In 40 percent of cases where a student loan debtor sought forgiveness of their loans as part of a bankruptcy case, the judge granted at least some relief. Only 0.1 percent took the bait.
The Louisiana governor eliminates hospice care for Medicaid recipients.
Meet Willie Parker, the public face of the effort to save the state's only abortion clinic.
No one is more responsible for Democratic timidity on the issue.
Why does the ’70s-era image of the white, middle-class teenager as the typical abortion patient persist?
Our best pieces from the archives on abortion and contraception, charting the changes in the public's opinions on the contentious politics over a woman's right to choose.