Abortions in limbo after competing rulings in U.S
Abortion in the U.S. is facing another legal battle after a Texas judge ruled mifepristone, known as the abortion pill, should be taken off the market and a Washington state judge ruled it should stay available.
U.S abortion access in doubt after rival rulings
Two competing court rulings have raised confusion about the future of a widely used abortion pill. On Friday, a judge in Texas ordered drug regulators to put a hold on mifepristone. Soon after, another judge in Washington State ruled tha...
Abortion pill ban hinges on Texas judge’s decision
A conservative Texas judge is now considering arguments in a case that could ban the commonly used abortion bill mifepristone in the United States. Last November, a coalition of anti-abortion groups filed a lawsuit to reverse federal app...
Roe v Wade leak can't be identified
After an eight-month investigation into last year’s unprecedented leak, no answers have been found from the evidence. The report said that after examining the court's computer devices, networks, printers and available call and text logs,...
Born on New Year’s Day in war-torn Ukraine
In Ukraine the start of the year was as dramatic as most days of 2022 with large scale attacks of missiles and drones on the capital. At the same time, in Kyiv’s hospitals, new lives were born. Solomya and Lev are two of the babies.
'Giant step backwards': Executive order to protect abortion rights
U.S. President Joe Biden has signed an executive order to safeguard some reproductive rights across the country. It does not legalize abortion, but instead improves access to emergency contraception, legal services and pills that can ind...
Biden signs executive order to safeguard access to abortion
U.S President Joe Biden has signed an executive order to help safeguard access to abortion and contraception in light of the U.S Supreme Court overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling. Biden is urging Americans to elect a Congress tha...
Groups urge awareness of alternatives after Roe v. Wade
Kate Kelly, with the advocacy group Shout Your Abortion, says multiple groups in the U.S. are working to educate people about the availability of abortion medication after Roe v. Wade was overturned.
Challenges to ‘trigger laws’ add confusion to abortion access
After the overturning of Roe v. Wade, Americans looking to get information about what’s legal in their state are met with confusion as advocates fight 'trigger laws' on abortions.
Big tech to protect user data from abortion prosecution
The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe vs Wade has raised questions about whether tech companies should protect the data of users seeking abortions.
Meta tells employees 'don't talk' about abortion
Meta managers are reaffirming an earlier memo that requests employees to stay quiet on political opinions, especially regarding the recent overturning of Roe v Wade, in the office and in internal communications. The tech giant's May memo...
'Don't kill your baby': Protesters gather outside clinics
The Jackson Women's Health Organization, the abortion clinic at the centre of the US Supreme Court's momentous decision to overturn Roe vs Wade, is carrying out its final abortions before it will be forced to close its doors on July 4.
Roe v. Wade supporters: 'Thank god for Donald Trump'
A Texas Pastor has thanked the former President after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Friday's decision will ultimately restrict abortion rights in about half of the country's 50 states.
Anger, fear after Roe v. Wade reversal
The reversal of Roe v. Wade brought people to the streets across the U.S., expressing their anger over an end to abortion rights and fears over what is next, while some companies and states moved to help people access abortion care.
Protests rage on over abortion ruling
As protesters gathered at the U.S. Supreme Court to voice their opposition to the decision on Roe v. Wade, President Joe Biden said his administration will fight attempts by states to ban a pill used for medication abortion. This report ...
Outrage v. Praise: Rallies held across U.S
The United States Supreme Court’s ruling has led to outrage in some cities, and praise in others.
At-home abortion pill startup responds to Roe v. Wade
Hey Jane Co-Founder and CEO Kiki Freedman joins Emily Chang to give her reaction to the news of the reversal of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court, and how her company will navigate these new parameters.
A divided America reacts to Roe v. Wade reversal
The U.S Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade is a long-awaited win for some Americans, and a terrifying loss for others. The country will soon ban or prohibit abortion in 25 states.
Abortion rights protests fill streets across the U.S
Protesters gathered across the United States today to stand up for abortion rights in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling on Roe v. Wade.
Doctors argue access to safe abortion necessary
Dr. Jessica Shepherd, the chief medical officer at Verywell Health, joined Cheddar News to discuss what the overturning of Roe v. Wade means from a medical standpoint. “There are a range of reasons that women choose to have an abortion, ...
Mass rally to 'safeguard' abortion rights
Thousands have taken to the streets in the US in support of a national day of action for safe and legal access to abortion. The nationwide demonstrations on Saturday are a response to a leaked draft legal opinion showing the US Supreme C...
Senate 'not in line' with public on abortion access
U.S. Vice-President Kamala Harris, who presided over Wednesday's vote in the Senate on the Women’s Health Protection Act, said the outcome suggests the legislative body is not is not "where the majority of Americans are" on abortion acce...
America split as abortion decision looms
Facing pressure, U.S. companies are weighing their responses to a draft Supreme Court ruling that would overturn Roe v. Wade, caught between employees’ demands to ensure access to abortion and fears of political blowback from Republican ...
Abortion access: How do the US and Europe compare?
Unlike the US, European countries have used the power of legislation to enshrine abortion access in law.
California declares 'voice of reason' in abortion debate
Advocates in California are seeking to transform the US state into an abortion haven, as millions of people across the United States may soon need to travel thousands of kilometres in search of care.
U.S. braces for fallout from Roe v. Wade decision
As activists hunker down outside the U.S. Supreme Court and lawmakers weighing next steps, many are bracing for a court decision poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, which has protected the right to abortion across the United States since 1973.
'Abortion is health care' says rights expert
Access to abortion is a fundamental human right, said Meghan Doherty of Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights. Overturning the 1973 Roe v. Wade case that legalized abortion in the U.S. would harm a lot of people, she said.
Outpouring of emotion over potential abortion overturn
Emotions ran high outside the U.S. Supreme Court, where pro-choice and anti-abortion groups reacted to a leaked draft opinion showing a majority of justices were in favour of overturning the ruling that legalized abortion in the country.
What happens if court strikes down Roe v. Wade
CNBC's Perry Russom joins Shep Smith to report on where individual states stand in the event Roe v. Wade is overturned and it falls to those states to make laws regarding abortion.