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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.
Tomi Lahren Reportedly Suspended From The Blaze After Pro-Abortion Comments
During an appearance on "The View," Tomi Lahren said anti-abortion conservatives are "hypocrites."
Every 45 Minutes, Poison Control Centers Call About Child Exposure to Opioids
West Virginia has the nation's highest rate of opioid overdoses, according to the CDC.
Syrian Refugees Share Cherished Cellphone Snaps
Which photo on your phone matters the most?
Trump Budget Cut Proposals Spark Outrage
Programs funding homeless outreach and the arts are among many that could be on the chopping block, and negative reaction has been swift.
Survivors of Guatemala Children’s Home Fire in U.S. for Burn Treatment
Nine children were flown to hospitals in Boston, Cincinnati and Galveston, Texas.
Beto and Will’s Great Adventure: Congressmen Hold Mobile Town Hall While Driving to D.C.
The congressmen's 1,600-mile trip in a Chevy Impala will take 24 hours.
Winter Storm Stella: What People Are Listening to While Hiding From the Snow
What are the best songs for a snow day?
Spotify Releases White Denim Song to Be Streamed in Rainy Areas Only
Sorry to all White Denim fans who live in the desert.
Kellyanne Conway: 'I’m Not in the Job of Having Evidence' About Wiretapping Claims
Kellyanne Conway made the remarks to a New Jersey newspaper.
GOP Lawmaker Questions Whether Men Should Pay for Prenatal Care
As one newspaper article put it: "U.S. Rep. John Shimkus's foot finds warm welcome in mouth."
Six States Pursuing Legal Action Against Trump’s New Travel Ban
The first travel ban prompted mass protests and chaos at U.S. airports in January.
Gloria Steinem Turns Her Attention to Educating Girls in Rural Africa
Gloria Steinem spent International Women's Day encouraging girls' education.
Several Hundred U.S. Marines Deployed to Battle ISIS in Raqqa, Syria
President Donald Trump also has reportedly weighed sending up to 1,000 U.S. troops to Kuwait.
Gloria Steinem: International Women’s Day Highlights A ‘Shared Struggle’
Gloria Steinem says she spent the day protesting online.
International Women’s Day: Why Some Are Striking (And Why Some Aren’t)
Women who are able to are encouraged to refrain from working on this International Women's Day.
White House Daily Briefing for March 7, 2017
It's fair to say there have been some developments since Sean Spicer's last on-camera briefing.
Attackers Target Afghanistan Health Centers 240 Times in Two Years: Report
Attacks on health care facilities have resulted in an increase in deaths from preventable diseases, the report says.
Texas Legislators Double Down, Break Glass Table, In Next Big Abortion Fight
The Supreme Court struck down some Texas abortion restrictions in 2016.
House Votes to Reverse Obama Rule Blocking States From Defunding Planned Parenthood
The Obama-era rule bans states from withholding federal funding to certain health care centers.