A Texas man has been accused of putting an abortion drug in his wife’s drinks

A Texas grand jury has indicted a husband accused of putting an abortion drug in his wife's drinks in hopes… Read More

US elections also vote on abortion rights and marijuana legalization

Americans not only chose these midterm elections at 435 Members of the House of Representatives, 35 of 100 Senators and… Read More

Races in swing states are heating up ahead of the 2022 elections

Swing state races heat up ahead of 2022 elections - CBS News Watch CBS News Senator Bernie Sanders is urging… Read More

Thousands of people nationwide rallied for abortion rights in DC

WASHINGTON - Thousands of abortion rights supporters turned out in Washington DC and across the US on Saturday to protest… Read More

Barnard College will offer abortion pills on campus next year

Barnard College says it will begin offering abortion pills on campus next year, citing the "negative consequences for the future… Read More

CBS Evening News, October 6, 2022

CBS Evening News, October 6, 2022 - CBS News Watch CBS News FBI refers evidence from Hunter Biden probe to… Read More

Major changes to South Carolina’s abortion laws are unlikely after the Supreme Court’s decision

Conservative lawmakers in South Carolina voted Tuesday not to make the changes in the state abortion laws following a US… Read More

Cuba to hold referendum on same-sex marriage and adoption by same-sex couples

Cuban citizens to vote in referendum this Sunday equal marriageThis Same-sex couple adoption And so-called solidarity nurtures. The referendum was… Read More

Judicial activism in the US “cancelled”

By its Constitution, the United States is a republic of states and citizens, not a democracy. And Spain, he said,… Read More

WHO calls for decriminalizing abortion and eliminating time for reflection and family consent

related news The World Health Organization has asked all countries exclude all political obstacles, such as Criminalization of Abortion Protect… Read More

Ecuador approves legalization of abortion in rape cases

related news Ecuador's National Assembly (Parliament) approved this Thursday Abortion in rape case, Consistent with a Constitutional Court ruling ordering… Read More

A GOP candidate opposes abortion in case of rape: ‘Baby can be next president’

related news Republican candidate to rule Michigan, Garrett Saldanoreceived a flurry of criticism after making a statement on a podcast… Read More

U.S. Supreme Court reinstates Texas abortion ban

related news U.S. Supreme Court reinstated, retaining almost complete veto power Abortion in Texas, which contains no exceptions for incest… Read More

New European Parliament face Roberta Metsola sparks controversy over anti-abortion stance

Malta Christian Democrats Roberta MezzolaA member of the European People's Party, who turned 43 on Tuesday.Last minute surprise aside, she'll… Read More

The U.S. Supreme Court tends to impose new restrictions on abortion rights

related news The conservative majority of the U.S. Supreme Court stated on Wednesday that Tend to impose new restrictions on… Read More

Centers for violent juveniles in question

A 16-year-old girl has sex with a 14-year-old boy for whom this is the first time. The scene takes place… Read More

Poland bans abortion for one year: Warsaw now wants “LGTBI-free schools”

related news this Polish government Plan restrictions educate sex And the public defense of sexual minorities, when one year Controversial… Read More

Thousands of women demonstrate in the U.S. to defend the right to abortion

related news This Saturday, thousands of women took to the streets of different cities in the United States with banners,… Read More

Joe Biden’s government will sue Texas to end its abortion laws and give women safety

related news U.S. Department of Justice Program Sue Texas For his new Almost all abortion laws In the state, with… Read More

Mexican justice legalizes abortion: “Human rights are threatened”

related news National Supreme Court Mexico (SCJN) announced on Tuesday that it is unconstitutional to criminalize a woman who has… Read More