The abortion, well into the teen's third trimester, violated Nebraska law at the time that banned abortion after 20 weeks of gestation.
Planned Parenthood announced Thursday that it will resume offering abortions in Wisconsin next week after a judge ruled that an 1849 law that seemingly banned the procedure actually didn't apply to abortions.
Ohio faces a pivotal moment as voters prepare to weigh in on a contentious ballot issue centered on abortion access during the upcoming fall election.
Six university professors and two teachers’ unions are suing Idaho over a law that they say violates their First Amendment rights by criminalizing teaching about pro-abortion viewpoints.
Ohio Republicans introduced the measure in hopes of undercutting a citizen initiative voters will decide in November that seeks to elevate abortion rights in the constitution.
Ohio voters have resoundingly rejected a Republican-backed measure that would have made it more difficult to pass abortion protections.
If voters approve a measure known as Issue 1, it would make it difficult for an abortion rights amendment on the November ballot to succeed.
Health care providers in Alabama have filed lawsuits against state Attorney General Steve Marshall over threats to prosecute people who help women arrange abortions outside the state.
A majority of Ohio voters say abortion should generally be legal, an AP poll found.
The judge’s decision on Monday means abortion is once again legal in Iowa up to 20 weeks of pregnancy while the courts assess the new law’s constitutionality.
A judge is still considering abortion advocates’ request to put the restrictions on hold.
Iowa’s Republican-led Legislature has passed a bill banning most abortions after roughly six weeks of pregnancy.
Most people who live in states that have banned abortion throughout pregnancy say they believe abortion should be available for at least the first six weeks, while others think there should be some restrictions.
The political committee behind a Florida constitutional amendment aimed at limiting government interference in abortion rights collected nearly $1.942 million in June, according to a newly filed finance report.
The U.S. Marine Corps is without a confirmed leader for the first time in a century as Gen. David Berger stepped down as commandant and a Republican senator is blocking confirmation of his successor.
Ohio's election offices find themselves in a state of urgency as an upcoming special election in August sparks concerns over the fate of abortion rights in the state.
Saturday, June, 24, marks one year since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that provided a constitutional right to abortion.
A bid by Iowa Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds to reinstate the state’s strict ban on most abortions has failed. In a rare 3-3 split decision Friday, the state's supreme court upheld a 2019 district court ruling that blocked the law.
The lawsuit filed Tuesday in state district court says Kansas has created what the providers call a biased counseling scheme and that it has become increasingly invasive over time.
A judge has put a temporary halt to South Carolina’s new law banning most abortions around six weeks of pregnancy until the state Supreme Court can review the measure.