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Arkansas Set to Execute Another Inmate After Possible Botched Execution
Arkansas plans to execute one more man before before its supply of midazolam expires at the end of the month.
Journalists Around the World Face ‘Repression 2.0’: Report
There were 259 journalists in jail by the end of 2016, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Debbie Schlussel Says Sean Hannity Didn’t Sexually Harass Her
"I don't view it that way," says Schlussel of her treatment by Hannity.
South Africa Sets Up Program to Break the Link Between HIV and Violence
If she had stayed, she says, "probably by now I'd be dead and buried."
Why El Salvador’s Total Ban on Abortion Could Finally Change This Week
Abortion in El Salvador has been illegal since 1998.
Arkansas Aiming to Execute Three More Prisoners
Ledell Lee, one of eight men sentenced to death, was executed on Thursday night.
Emirates Airlines Cuts U.S. Flights Over Travel Restrictions
Flights to five major U.S. cities are being cut.
'Religious' Claim by Doctor Accused of Female Genital Mutilation
The doctor is accused of performing FGM on two 7-year-old girls.
Neo-Nazi Website Publisher Facing Federal Lawsuit Filed by Jewish Woman
"I once answered the phone and all I heard were gunshots," said Tanya Gersh.
Trump Official Says Weed ‘Not a Factor' in the Drug War
The Homeland Security secretary says heroin, cocaine and meth are bigger problems.
In Kentucky, This Is What the War on Abortion Rights Looks Like
Kentucky is one of seven states with a single abortion clinic.
Boko Haram Ramps up Use of Children for Suicide Attacks: U.N.
The group's use of children has increased by 200 percent.
The U.S. is Killing Fewer People, but Arkansas' Upcoming Executions Could Change That
Seven men in Arkansas will be put to death within 10 days of one another.
How Boko Haram Spreads Hunger Beyond Nigeria’s Borders
In Cameroon, hundreds of thousands of displaced people are at risk of starving after years of conflict with Islamist militants.
Equal Pay Day: New York Has Smallest U.S. Gender Pay Gap, Wyoming the Biggest
The annual Equal Pay Day is held to highlight the ongoing gender pay gap.
Ladies, You Did It: Congratulations on Surviving a Total Week From Hell
From Maxine Waters to leggingsgate, here's a breakdown of this terrible week.
Iowa Politician Claims Mistake About Miscarriage in Abortion Debate
Representative Shannon Lundgren "misspoke" when making that assertion, Iowa House Republicans say.
Abortion in America: Kentucky’s Last Clinic Saved From ‘Imminent Closure’
Louisville's EMW Women's Surgical Center was set to close April 3.
U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley: ‘I Believe You Will See Cuts to the U.N.’
Haley outlined her agenda for the United Nations, including human rights and peacekeeping reform.
America Vs. Leggings: A Brief History
The latest episode involves United Airlines refusing to let two legging-clad girls fly on Sunday.
Abortion in America: Pregnancy From Rape, Incest Called ‘Beauty From the Ashes’
"The Lord uses all circumstances," said Oklahoma Representative George Faught.
‘Abortion: Stories Women Tell’ Is the Documentary America Needs Right Now
The voices of women who had abortions are the focus of Tracy Droz Tragos's film.
Planned Parenthood: Female Lawmakers Who Vote for Health Care Bill ‘Betraying Women’
Republicans have long threatened to "defund" Planned Parenthood, the largest women's health provider in the U.S., and their bill would go a long way toward doing so.
Texas Bill Would Protect Doctors Who Fail to Inform About Fetal Abnormalities
The bill is designed to protect doctors from malpractice lawsuits, according to its author.
Women Share Abortion Stories on Capitol Hill Ahead of Health Care Vote
"You don't just have an abortion and leave," one woman says as Republicans threaten to defund Planned Parenthood.