In his rematch against the state’s far-right lieutenant governor, this Democratic underdog hopes pragmatism can break through to the electorate.
What criminalized abortion looked like in Texas before 1973, and what it may look like after 2022.
Student organizations at the University of Texas at Austin played a key role in the landmark court case.
Women reflect on the illegal abortion they received before the Supreme Court's 1973 decision—and their fears for the future.
Hundreds took to the streets of Austin after the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade.
The Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade is part of America’s long, shameful history of punishing women for having sex.
In Texas and 37 other states, minors seeking confidential reproductive health care must get a court order. They should be entrusted to make their own medical decisions.
Redistricting, retirements, and a resurgent GOP make 2022 a year of political possibilities in a Democratic border stronghold.
In an 8-to-1 ruling, the Justices ruled that lawsuits against Texas’ anti-abortion law could proceed, but left women in the state to suffer its consequences in the meantime.