Idaho will require abortion providers to report how many times their patients have terminated a pregnancy in the past and other personal information under the latest anti-abortion law approved in the conservative state.
The Senate will take a procedural vote on a 20-week abortion ban on Monday in a move that lays out pre-midterm election messaging for the GOP.
Fans of the dystopian Netflix drama Black Mirror are annoyed by a major medical mix-up this season.
A day after setting up its religious freedom office, HHS issued a sweeping new rule that details when Medicare and Medicaid providers can refuse care because it conflicts with their religious or moral beliefs.
Though the bill faces certain defeat in the Senate, the push for abortion restrictions remains a touchstone issue for most Republicans, even as the party splinters between traditionalist conservatives and anti-establishment voters looking to roil Washington.
Catholic hospitals operate under religious directives prohibiting them from performing certain reproductive health services, including abortions. As Catholic providers grow by acquiring non-Catholic hospitals, a study reports it's affecting access to that care.
One of Donald Trump's earliest backers is taking advantage of a law signed by the president to further restrict funding to abortion providers, signing an executive order directing state agencies not to allocate state and federal money to healthcare providers affiliated in any way with abortion...
In a 2-1 ruling, a federal appeals court panel ruled that Arkansas can block Medicaid funding to Planned Parenthood, two years after the state ended its contract with the group over videos secretly recorded by an anti-abortion group.
Texas has formally submitted a first-of-its-kind waiver request that proposes a federally funded family planning program that does not include Planned Parenthood or providers that support or perform abortions.
HHS is proposing expanding exemptions to allow employers to opt out of offering birth control through their health plans if they are morally or religously opposed to it.
Texas' proposed Medicaid waiver, which includes a family planning program that excludes providers that perform abortions, could cause other conservative states to follow suit, ending care to nearly 17 million patients who depend on such services.
A study out Wednesday refutes the long-held conception that women who receive abortions experience negative mental health outcomes—an idea that has been used to justify legislation restricting abortions and requiring mental health counseling before undergoing the procedure.