Population in the News

May 3, 2016

Should The U.S. Reconsider Its Stand On Foreign Aid For Abortion Clinics?

What Abortion Has to Do With the Minimum Wage

Doctor, Warned to Be Silent on Abortions, Files Civil Rights Complaint


April 29, 2016

Fewer U.S. teens are having babies; here's why

Fewer Babies Having Babies: Teen Birth Rate is Declining in U.S., CDC Says

Even As Birth Rates Fall, Teens Say They Are Getting Less Sex Education

How Limiting Women’s Access to Birth Control and Abortions Hurts the Economy

Immigrant fertility: Fecund foreigners?


April 28, 2016

These Women Are Fighting to Get Birth Control for Afghani Women

What Happened When We Tried to Get Over-the-Counter Birth Control in California

Why Better Abortion Access Makes Women Richer


April 26, 2016

Tanzanian Women Face High Rates of Abortion-Related Deaths

U.S. Funding for International Family Planning & Reproductive Health


April 21, 2016

Roaring population growth outpaces Nigerian investment spree

The cost of Nigeria's population boom

Effects of Christie Not Funding Family-Planning Clinics Still Felt Across NJ

Editorial: Provide condoms as well as sex ed

Japan's population is plunging, so where are the babies?

Child malnutrition soars in northern Somalia due to severe drought


April 20, 2016

Out of Africa

Out of Africa, Part II

Op-Ed: Will Zika fears cause a population gap?


April 19, 2016

Poland's Abortion Debate

Why would Poland make its already strict abortion law draconian?

Formal Sex Education Is On The Decline In The U.S.

Even Fewer Kids Are Learning Basic Things About Sex Ed

Religion, rights and politics clash over Sierra Leone abortion bill

Watch the U.S. age before your eyes in this amazing animated graphic


April 12, 2016

What States Can Do on Birth Control (opinion piece by Jack A. Markell, governor of Delaware)

Editorial Utah abortion bill is reckless meddling into women's health

What was lost, what was gained: Women share abortion stories with the Supreme Court


April 10, 2016

Researchers: S. America Prehistoric Population Surged, Crashed, Then Stabilized

Failing States: Many Problems, Few Solutions

India's population explosion will make or break its economy


April 5, 2016

Women in California Can Now Get Birth Control From a Pharmacist

The Pill that Still Hasn’t Changed the Politics of Abortion

Thousands Rally in Poland Against Proposed Church-Inspired Abortion Ban


April 1, 2016

The abortion laws you don't hear about

Anti-Abortion Movement Unified in Swift Rebuke of Trump

Abortion pill can be used later in pregnancy, FDA says

Amid widespread clinic closures, feds loosens reins on abortion pill

'First Time in Human History': People 65 and Older Will Outnumber Children Under 5


March 31, 2016

Justices Seek Compromise in Birth Control Case

How anti-abortion activists used undercover Planned Parenthood videos to further a political cause

New F.D.A. Guidelines Ease Access to Abortion Pill

Donald Trump, Abortion Foe, Eyes ‘Punishment’ for Women, Then Recants

Trump and Abortion


March 28, 2016

C.D.C. Offers Guidelines for Delaying Pregnancy After Zika Exposure

Trump, Cruz, Kasich and the Ladies

Officials: Zika-Infected Couples Should Postpone Pregnancy

Indiana Governor Signs New Abortion Restrictions Into Law

Florida Governor Signs Law to Cut Funding for Abortion Clinics

Brazil seizes abortion drugs sent to women living in fear of Zika

Editorial: The State Assault on Planned Parenthood


March 24, 2016

Demography Is Destiny? Teaching About Cause and Effect With Global Population Trends

Easy-To-Use IUD Inserter Could Aid Women Who Lack Access To Birth Control

Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Obamacare Birth Control Challenge

Supreme Court deeply divided over religious freedom, reproductive rights

Zubik v. Burwell, the newest Supreme Court birth control challenge, explained

Will the Supreme Court Buy Faulty Logic on Religious Freedom?


March 23, 2016

What’s at Stake in Supreme Court Case on Contraception

Supreme Court Case on Contraceptives Mandate May Offer Little Closure

No Contraception? No Equality

My Employer Tried to Block My Access to Birth Control

Backers of crisis pregnancy centers try to intimidate opponents


March 22, 2016

10 Things to Know About the Supreme Court Showdown Over Contraception and Religious Freedom

Kansas senator compares long-term contraceptive use to eugenics

More Working Saudi Arabian Women Lead to a Boost in Family Planning


March 21, 2016

The World’s Modern-Day Lepers: Women With Fistulas

Editorial: Religion and Birth Control at the Supreme Court

The complicated fight surrounding Texas abortion rights

What Planned Parenthood Really Does

A new study says that if European governments want more babies, they’re really missing the point


March 18, 2016

Helms hurts: War, rape, and politics of the absurd

Women Cite Longer Wait and Higher Costs for Abortions in Texas

How the Zika Virus Exacerbates Abortion Access Problems for Women

The real controversy about family planning and climate


March 16, 2016

Nigeria’s Booming Population Requires More and Better Jobs

Another Bright Glimmer In Search For Male Birth Control Pill

'Undue Burden' on Trial in Scotus Abortion Case


March 14, 2016

What Africa will look like in 100 years

Editorial: Less birth control, duh, more births

Without this Texas clinic, women with unwanted pregnancies would have to travel 230 miles or cross into Mexico


March 10, 2016

Asian-American Teens Say They Lie To Doctors About Sex

Study: teens who live near a Planned Parenthood are less likely to drop out of high school

New Movie Shoots on the Front Lines of the Reproductive Rights Battle

Florida legislature approves controversial abortion restrictions


March 7, 2016

Obama Could Help Victims Of Rape Around The World With One Simple Move

The Companies That Treated Women as Wombs

How Do We Reduce Teen Pregnancy in the U.S.?

American Foreign Policy Must Focus on Women and Girls


March 7, 2016

Continuing to limit access to birth control would wreak economic havoc

Legal Foes In Texas Abortion Case Are Using New Playbooks

Supreme Court majority blocks Louisiana law restricting abortion providers

Abortion Witch Hunt

The World Has a Problem: Too Many Young People

Editorial: Republicans’ Baseless Abortion Investigation

Could Japan’s Shrinking Population Lead to Shrinking Rights for Women?


March 3, 2016

Supreme Court Appears Sharply Divided as It Hears Texas Abortion Case

Liberal Supreme Court justices critical of Texas abortion law

Abortion Rates Are Falling, But Conservatives Won’t Like the Reason Why

Editorial: What the Election Means for Reproductive Rights


March 2, 2016

Restricting Abortion Access Is a Terrible Way to Fix Your Population Crisis

The Supreme Court steps back into the abortion minefield

Supreme Court takes up Texas abortion law

Bringing Down the Flowers: The Controversial History of Abortion


March 1, 2016

An anti-poverty agenda that excludes access to reproductive health care is woefully incomplete

Telemedicine to Expand Access to Abortion Pill in Maine

One-Third Of Women Receive Misinformation On Abortion In Informed Consent States

The world’s abortion policies, explained in 7 charts and maps

Abortion war in Texas tests high court standard

Now the GOP Wants to Ban Planned Parenthood From Teaching Sex Ed in Schools

Niger: sleepwalking into huge population growth

Editorial: Reproductive rights under siege: Our view


February 29, 2016

Study Finds Most Young Men Aren't Aware Of Emergency Contraception

Japan Lost Nearly a Million People in 5 Years, Census Says

It’s official: Japan’s population is dramatically shrinking

Maine Family Planning to offer telemedicine abortions


February 26, 2016

Film looks at abortion as U.S. top court takes up controversial case

Appellate court rules against abortion clinics in Louisiana

Development: Slow down population growth

The Oklahoma Supreme Court Gave a Bizarre Explanation for Restricting the Abortion Pill

Supreme Court Abortion Case Seen as a Turning Point for Clinics

Zika Awakens Debate over Legal and Safe Abortion in Latin America


February 22, 2016

Lemons, Sponges, and Other Old Forms of Birth Control

Pope Francis isn't the only religious leader to give a surprising boost to contraception

High court vacancy creates muddle for future of reproductive rights

February 19, 2016

Francis Says Contraception Can Be Used to Slow Zika

The Muddled Future of Reproductive Rights

Wisconsin Just Blew a Big Hole in Planned Parenthood’s Funding


February 17, 2016

Editorial With no reproductive rights, many Latin American women could be at the mercy of the Zika virus

With abortion banned in Zika countries, women beg on web for abortion pills

Want Viagra? Proposed Kentucky Law Would Require Note From Spouse


February 16, 2016

Over half the world’s population suffers from ‘severe’ water scarcity, scientists say

Birth control pills without prescriptions, coming soon to California under new law

The American State of Teenage Sex in 3 Charts

Catholic Leaders Say Zika Doesn’t Change Ban on Contraception

Zika Virus in Colombia Presents Complicated Choice About Abortion

Zika scare prompts Philippines to advise women to postpone pregnancy


February 5, 2016

My Secret Life as a Forbidden Second Child in China

How abortion opponents secretly bought a Va. abortion clinic to deceive women


February 4, 2016

After Planned Parenthood Ouster, More Medicaid Births and Less Birth Control

Surge of Zika Virus Has Brazilians Re-examining Strict Abortion Laws

Why Zika is a ticking ‘time bomb’ for Latin America


February 3, 2016

A Country Without Babies

Zika highlights lack of access to contraception, abortion in Latin America

Where Do Refugee Women Turn for Abortions?


February 2, 2016

Birth control should be easily available to all women

What's Behind Greece's Declining Population Rate?

Texas Tries To Repair Damage Wreaked Upon Family Planning Clinics

Zika Could Change the Abortion Conversation in Latin America

Zika Virus Isn't The First Disease To Spark A Debate About Abortion

Film Portrays A 'Perfect Storm' That Led To Unwanted Sterilizations For Many Latinas

When Doctors Took ‘Family Planning’ Into Their Own Hands

Hope and Doubt on Nigeria’s Reproductive Health Landscape

Contraception Drones Are The Future Of Women's Health In Rural Africa


January 26, 2016

As Zika Virus Spreads, Women Warned Against Pregnancy but Denied Family Planning

2 Abortion Foes Behind Planned Parenthood Videos Are Indicted

Editorial: Increase birth control access


January 25, 2016

Meet the 81-year-old doctor who is bringing birth control pills to the pharmacy aisle

Can family planning help the world? Lessons from Indonesia.

Amid ‘Establishment’ Tussle With Clinton, Sanders Affirms Commitment to Abortion Rights

Ethiopia Drought Crisis: Pastoralists Threatened By El Niño, Land Grabbing, Population Growth Adopt Nontraditional Methods To Survive

This amazing map shows where most of humanity lives

U.S. illegal immigrant population falls below 11 million, continuing nearly decade-long decline, report says

Indonesia Tries to Trim Birth Rate to Aid Economy

Central African Republic: Half of the population faces hunger

Central African Republic: Hunger Threatens Population, U.N. Warns

Clinton Runs as Reproductive Rights Favorite in Iowa and N.H.


January 14, 2016

Average Age Of First-Time Moms Keeps Climbing In The U.S.

Unintended second pregnancies could be avoided


January 8, 2016

Same battles rage on 100 years after first U.S. birth control clinic

Climate Change, Health, and Population Dynamics: A View from Tanzania


January 6, 2016

Haunting Portraits of Girls Forced To Drop Out Of School, Marry & Give Birth Too Young

“Convince Them to Say It”: Environmental Researchers and the Touchy Topics of Family Planning and Population

Abortion case at Supreme Court gets personal


January 5, 2016

Birth Control Without Seeing a Doctor: Oregon Now, More States Later

Obama administration asks top court to reject Texas abortion law

Peru's forcibly sterilised women find their voice


January 4, 2016

Federal judge blocks Arkansas restrictions on abortion pill

Sterilization, abortion, fines: How China brutally enforced its 1-child policy


December 23, 2015

Teen Birth Rate, Multiple Births Reach Historic Low

Number of Workers per Retiree Declines Worldwide

We Fail When It Comes To Sex Education In The U.S.


December 21, 2015

Judge considering blocking anti-abortion group's recordings cites Planned Parenthood shooting

The Reasons Behind Low Vasectomy Rates Around the World – Including the U.S.

Editorial: The Reproductive Rights Rollback of 2015

Alabama showcases the perils of abstinence-only sex education

Debating the link between emissions and population

Green sex for climate's sake


December 18, 2015

Migrant crisis: EU needs 'massive' resettlement programme

The Helms and Hyde Amendments: More Than 40 Years of Human Rights Violations

Facing Harassment, Some Abortion Providers Turn To Armed Guards, Bullet-Proof Vests

Arizona court bans abortions based on race and sex: Do reproductive decisions discriminate?


December 16, 2015

Birth-Control Experts Are Wary of Coercive Tactics in the Push for IUD Use


December 15, 2015

The young continent: With fertility rates falling more slowly than anywhere else, Africa faces a population explosion

Planned Parenthood gets restraining order in Ohio lawsuit over fetal remains

Woman charged with attempted murder for coat hanger abortion


December 14, 2015

Abortion falls to record low in the U.S., CDC says

Abortions drop by 35 percent since the 1970s, reports says

Women Now Have As Many Miscarriages As Abortions

Religion, region and population growth

Romania's 19 million population is same level as 1966, due to decline in birthrates, migration

U.S. Schools Still Lack Sufficient Sex Education Programs


December 10, 2015

CDC grades American schools on how well they teach sex education

COP21: Cardinal says birth control may offer climate 'solution'

Republicans, Guns and Abortion

Japan needs immigrants to boost population or could lose to China: minister


December 7, 2015

Voluntary Birth Control Is A Climate Change Solution Nobody Wants To Talk About

India: Family Planning and the Population Dilemma

Long-acting birth control offered free to Columbus women

Instruments of Oppression


December 2, 2015

Planned Parenthood and the Tinderbox of Abortion Rhetoric

The Toll of Violent Anti-Abortion Speech

Judge Blocks Missouri From Pulling Clinic's Abortion License

Forced sterilisation haunts Peruvian women decades on

November 30, 2015

Korean County Achieves Its Goal: Less Birth Control, More Babies

Editorial: Easing women’s access to birth control, over the counter

Editorial: A Step Forward for Contraceptive Access

Abortion rights groups: Political rhetoric contributed to shooting


November 25, 2015

$300,000 allocated to House panel investigating abortion providers

Missouri Down to 1 Abortion Clinic After Columbia Stops Them

Wisconsin’s Abortion Law Is Unconstitutional


November 24, 2015

Planned Parenthood sues Texas over threat to cut Medicaid funding

In Texas, going the distance for an abortion

Federal Court Rules Wisconsin Abortion Law Unconstitutional

Women Want Over-the-Counter Birth Control

The IUD: Can Birth Control Be Too Good?


November 23, 2015

Clinton on rape, abortion in war zones

States Lead Effort to Let Pharmacists Prescribe Birth Control

Population Implosion: How Demographics Rule the Global Economy (counterargument to our position)

Ready to bail: Kiribati struggles to keep its population afloat


November 18, 2015

Analysis: More Countries Want More Babies

Briefing schedule set for birth control cases

Why I Provide Abortions


November 17, 2015

U.S. top court rejects anti-abortion group's Planned Parenthood case

Texas Women Are Inducing Their Own Abortions

Syrian refugees in Lebanon start family planning


November 12, 2015

More Women Are Choosing Long-Acting Birth Control Now

You were taught in school that the rain forest is like the lungs of our planet. It’s not that simple.

Asia Faces Fertility Crisis


November 10, 2015

Use of Long-Acting Birth Control Methods Surges Among U.S. Women

New Poll Shows Widespread Support for Birth Control Access in the U.S.

For Some Teen Girls, Surviving A Rape Can Mean Losing An Education


November 9, 2015

The New Chinese Birth Control: Sky-High Cost of Raising Kids

As China and Europe Age, Path to More Children Lies Beyond Bedroom


November 6, 2015

Supreme Court to Hear New Case on Contraception and Religion

Why Ethiopian women are having fewer children than their mothers


November 5, 2015

Tanzania rolls out sex education to curb teenage pregnancies


November 2, 2015

In One-Child China, Second Children Often Live in Limbo

Chinese Officials Should Stop Trying to Limit Family Size

Judging China’s One-Child Policy

China's New Birth Rule Can't Restore Missing Women and Fix a Population


October 30, 2015

Being a doctor who performs abortions means you always fear your life is in danger

Supreme Court faces new challenges to Obamacare's 'contraceptive mandate'

Key events in China’s family-planning policy

Experts Weigh Likely Impacts of China’s ‘One Child’ Reversal

One chart captures why China’s letting families have more kids

Costs, Not Just Law, Deterred Chinese Couples From Another Child

Ending of One-Child Policy Sets Off Clamor on Chinese Social Media

Q. and A.: Mei Fong on the Impact of China’s ‘One Child’ Policy

One-Child Rule Is Gone in China, but Scars Will Linger


October 29, 2015

One-Child No More: China Ends Decades-Old Restriction

China to End One-Child Policy, Allowing Families Two Children

Church, State, and the Supreme Court’s Moment of Truth

Long-Acting Contraception Makes Teen Pregnancy Rates Plummet. So Why Are Some Women Still Skeptical?


October 27, 2015

In Cuba, an Abundance of Love but a Lack of Babies

Lion Population in Africa Likely to Fall by Half, Study Finds


October 26, 2015

Onward to 2030: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in the Context of the Sustainable Development Goals

IUDs and Hormonal Implants Remain Underused Contraceptives

Texas Orders Health Clinics to Turn Over Patient Data


October 20, 2015

Kenya's delicate Lake Nakuru under pressure from growing population


October 20, 2015

Opinion: Demography and Destiny

Salvadoran Women Imprisoned For Miscarriages Fight Back Against Their Country’s Abortion Ban

Texas Is Hell-Bent on Ending Reproductive Health Care Access for Poor Women


October 16, 2015

Judge Orders Utah to Keep Cash Flowing to Planned Parenthood

Sex Ed Lesson: ‘Yes Means Yes,’ but It’s Tricky


October 15, 2015

One State Finally Cracked Down on Deceptive Anti-Abortion Pregnancy Centers

Abortion at the Supreme Court’s Door

Oklahoma Judge Halts 1 Abortion Law, Lets Another Stand

What Planned Parenthood’s Change on Fetal Tissue Really Means


October 14, 2015

Planned Parenthood Won’t Accept Money for Fetal Tissue

Editorial: Safety Questions About a Birth Control Device


October 2, 2015

Scientists identify potential birth control 'pill' for men

‘We Need to Stop Fighting About It’: Readers on Planned Parenthood

Why are 10-year-olds having babies in Guatemala?

Despite Shrinking Populations, Eastern Europe Resists Accepting Migrants


October 1, 2015

Spending Bill Passes, Averting a Shutdown

Jessica Biel: Women’s Reproductive Health Shouldn’t Be ‘Taboo’

There Are Thousands of Clinics That Could Replace Planned Parenthood, Right? Nope.

Republican Hypocrisy on Planned Parenthood

A Warning To Both Parties On Planned Parenthood And Abortion


September 28, 2015

Reacting to Videos, Planned Parenthood Fights to Regain Initiative

Bill Nye: Anti-abortion laws are based on ‘ignorance’

Nonprofits' contraceptive challenge could be next health care case at Supreme Court

Carly Fiorina greeted by a woman dressed as birth control pills at Iowa tailgate


September 25, 2015

Hillary: Republicans don’t just oppose abortion. They oppose family planning and contraception.

State to offer free birth control to low-income teenagers

Editorial: The G.O.P.’s Obsession With Planned Parenthood

GOP Fails to Halt Late-Term Abortions

World loses trillions of dollars worth of nature's benefits each year due to land degradation


September 18, 2015

GOP Strategizes Over Planned Parenthood; Government Shutdown Looms

The Economic Case for Funding Planned Parenthood

Contraception opt-out violates religious freedom: U.S. appeals court


September 11, 2015

Kale or steak? Change in diet key to U.N. plan to end hunger by 2030

How will a population boom change Africa?

The Pope’s Unforgiving Message of Forgiveness on Abortion

Pregnant at 10 and abortion's not an option

Louisiana: Women Don’t Need Planned Parenthood. They Have Dentists.


September 9, 2015

Middle East faces water shortages for the next 25 years, study says

Nutrition science must change to feed exploding world population, say international researchers

New Planned Parenthood clinic moving in next to charter school, creating concerns

A push for more inclusive sex ed

Child death rates cut by half, but U.N. target missed

FAO: World's Forests Faring Better


September 8, 2015

How Will A Population Boom Change Africa?

Reproductive control can be a form of partner violence

Schools, Birth Control, and Parental Consent

As Germany Welcomes Migrants, Some Wonder How to Make Acceptance Last


September 4, 2015

Regarding birth control, judge issues the weirdest anti-Obamacare ruling yet

Colorado's Long-Lasting Birth Control Program For Teens May Not Last Long

Supreme Court asked to uphold abortion rights


September 3, 2015

How so many of the world’s people live in so little of its space

How the Planned Parenthood controversy affects the abortion debate

Texas Abortion Providers Ask Justices to Reverse Ruling on Clinics

State sued over new rules for abortion clinics

Bucking national trend, Ohio opens new abortion clinic

My Turn: The miracle of family planning


September 1, 2015

Judge Allows Moral, Not Just Religious, Contraception Exemptions

Federal judge sides with anti-abortion group in challenge to birth control requirement

Louisiana Lays Bare Difficulty in Push to Cut Planned Parenthood Funding

Calling the Midwife, in Chiapas (Mexico)

Bucking Trend, Ohio Doctor Opens Clinic That Provides Abortion Services


August 28, 2015

What a new app says about sex education in Philadelphia

Lagos 2050: How should Africa's biggest city prepare for doubling in size?

Water Institute: Africa must harvest rains to feed growing population

U.N. Says Aid Increase Would Cut Migration


August 26, 2015

Hunger hits 1.5 million in Zimbabwe as maize production halves: WFP

UN says 4.5 million Ethiopians now in need of food aid after poor rains

Colorado's birth control program kept afloat by $2M in temporary funds

Abortion foes find new ways to get details about patients, doctors

Where Teens Don't Get Sex Ed, IUD Goes Unmentioned

The Republican Conception of Conception

Republicans should stop wasting time attacking Planned Parenthood


August 13, 2015

Why Filipinas Can't Get Birth Control—Even Though It's Now Free By Law

Women In Combat Zones Can Have Trouble Getting Contraceptives

Morocco moves to legalize abortions in cases of rape and incest

Group behind anti-abortion videos is something of a mystery, listing only postal addresses

Yes, Pharmacists Can Deny You Birth Control

'Defunding' Planned Parenthood Is Easier Promised Than Done


August 10, 2015

11 Billion People By 2100 — And India Will Be More Populous Than China

Global Population To Surpass 11 Billion By 2100 Fueled By Growth In Africa

Watch John Oliver Conscript Nick Offerman, Laverne Cox and Others For a Sex Ed Video

The Big Secret of Abortion: Women Already Know How It Works

Court Says 4 Catholic Nonprofits Must Allow Workers Access to Contraception

An abortion doctor speaks out about a woman's right to choose

Marco Rubio Clarifies His Position on Abortion

What candidates said about Planned Parenthood and abortion in the first GOP debate


August 6, 2015

State Funding For N.H. Planned Parenthood Denied In 3-2 Vote

Chile's lawmakers take key step toward decriminalizing abortion

Abortion and the law: The eighth circuit court embarrasses itself

Contraceptives May Lower Endometrial Cancer Risk Long-Term

Fact Check: How Does Planned Parenthood Spend That Government Money?


August 5, 2015

Planned Parenthood Opponents Talk Government Shutdown After Bill Fails

Bobby Jindal Cuts Medicaid Funding to Planned Parenthood Clinics in Louisiana

Time to talk about sex? Why Honduras is starting to tackle 'taboo' topic.

The Pill Has Prevented 200,000 Cases of Cancer, Study Says


August 3, 2015

Global population forecasts

Sex, laws and video tape: How Planned Parenthood became an enduring target of the GOP

Senate Republicans accidentally promote abortion

Have an IUD? Thank Warren Buffett

Our Sex-Crazed Congress

India’s Inverted Abortion Politics


July 31, 2015

World Population to Hit 8.5 Billion by 2030

World population: Quarter of Earth will be African in 2050

Wheaton College ends student health plans over birth control

Family planning budgets in crisis before Planned Parenthood controversy

Malawi a model for Africa in liberalizing abortion, activists say


July 30, 2015

UN projects world population to reach 8.5 billion by 2030, driven by growth in developing countries

Iran's rulers urge a baby boom to double population by 2050

Warren Buffett’s Family Secretly Funded a Birth Control Revolution

From the Daily: Better family planning

Senate Republicans aim divert Planned Parenthood funds in abortion dispute


July 29, 2015

India Will Be Most Populous Country Sooner Than Thought, U.N. Says

Venezuela Runs Out of Birth Control

Pregnancies, STDs Bloom in Venezuela’s Birth-Control Drought

Wheaton College ends coverage amid fight against birth control mandate

Editorial: Birth control, sex education prevent abortions better than gotcha videos


July 28, 2015

City, coalition win $8.5 million grant to improve sex education in schools

The ‘Teen Mom’ Cast Members Explain Their Birth Control Journeys


July 14, 2015

Health Law’s Contraceptive Coverage Isn’t Burden on Religion, Court Rules


July 13, 2015

Health Law’s Contraceptive Rule Eased for Businesses With Religious Objections

How the world's population is changing in 7 maps and charts

Editorial: ACA helps reduce abortions through better access to birth control

World Population Day July 11, 2015: Press Statement by John Kerry, Secretary of State

Editorial: The GOP’s war on birth control

Calif., Ore. allow women to get birth control without a prescription

Courts Support Obama’s Contraceptive Policy, but Challenges Remain

Editorial: Better Contraception for Young Women

Room for Debate: Birth Control on Demand


July 8, 2015

Title X, the Federal Family Planning Program, Is in Danger

Oregon opts to dramatically expand women's birth control access

After Health Care Act, Sharp Drop in Spending on Birth Control

Under health law, women save hundreds each year on birth control, study finds

Colo. won't fund birth-control initiative despite success


July 6, 2015

Williston (ND) sewage lagoon overtaxed by growing population

Colorado’s Effort Against Teenage Pregnancies Is a Startling Success


July 2, 2015

Birth Control Usage Among Obamacare Patients Jumps 29 Percent

One-third of world's people still have no proper toilets

How Will We Feed a World of Nine Billion People?

You're making this island disappear


June 30, 2015

California drought resurrects old population growth concerns

Court Lets Some Charities Avoid Rules on Birth Control Coverage

Supreme Court Allows Texas Abortion Clinics to Remain Open


June 24, 2015

One Factor That Kept the Women of 1960 Away From Birth Control Pills: Cost

Our View: Family planning cuts put women’s health at risk

The Fifth Circuit Has Put Texas Abortion Clinics in Crisis


June 22, 2015

A Dishonest Attack on Abortion Rights

Ounce of training worth a pound of pregnancy prevention

Pope Francis’ Call to Action Goes Beyond the Environment

Editorial: Republicans Take Aim at Poor Women

In The Abortion Debate, Rigorous Empathy And Common Ground


June 18, 2015

As civil wars spread, world's refugee population at post-WWII high, UN says

Supreme Court Deals Blow to Mandatory Ultrasounds for Pregnant Women

The birth rate went up in the U.S. last year for the first time since 2007


June 17, 2015

A third of the world's biggest groundwater basins are in distress

California Law To Allow Pharmacists To Prescribe Birth Control

Updated Training Of Birth Control Counselors Boosts Use Of IUDs

Training clinic staff about birth control options reduces pregnancies

Arizona's 'abortion reversal' law put on hold


June 16, 2015

Editorial: Affordability is key to access to contraception

Texas Planners Look to Aquifers to Prepare for Next Drought

Surge of new abortion restrictions limits access 'brick by brick'

New Oregon Law Allows for a Year of Birth Control at a Time

Iran Launches Official Matchmaking Site to Promote Marriage


June 12, 2015

Court Upholds Texas Limits on Abortions

On Capitol Hill, a Push to Make the Pill Over the Counter

'Talk' takes new approach to sex education

Texas Ruling on Abortion Leads to Call for Clarity


June 9, 2015

Scientists more worried than public about world’s growing population

As Global Population Grows, Is The Earth Reaching The 'End Of Plenty'?


June 8, 2015

California Women Can Soon Go Right To The Pharmacist For Birth Control

Egypt’s demography: The too fertile crescent

Amid teen pregnancy decline, debate renewed about birth control in schools

The evidence on Va.’s abortion clinics

Is Overpopulation a Legitimate Threat to Humanity and the Planet?

Study Backs IUDs for New Mothers, With No Waiting


June 5, 2015

Religious Leaders Urge U.S. to Fund Abortions for Rape Victims in Conflicts Abroad

State Health Officials Say More Sex Education Could Lower Teen Pregnancy Rates


June 3, 2015

There Are 200 Million Fewer Hungry People Than 25 Years Ago

Beyond The Birds And The Bees: Surviving Sex Ed Today

The Truth Behind The Suicide Statistic For Older Teen Girls

In Several States, Abortion Waiting Periods Grow Longer


May 28, 2015

Surprise — teens are having sex. How can we make it safer?

A Seattle high school is taking birth control access to the next level

This little clinic is tackling the big problem of rural teen pregnancy

The case for starting sex education in kindergarten

Federal Appeals Court Blocks Arkansas Ban On Abortion After 12 Weeks


May 19, 2015

Tenn. law establishes 48-hour abortion waiting period

Free birth control means . . . free

Lawmakers Back Broader Access to Contraceptives for Women in the Military


May 15, 2015

Papua New Guinea's young women 'desperate for contraception'

House approves 20-week abortion ban

House passes bill banning abortions after 20 weeks

An Abortion Ban’s Bogus Arguments

Pregnancy and Childbirth Still Kill Too Many Women in Latin America


May 13, 2015

Obama administration says birth control must be covered

House GOP bill banning most late-term abortions requires doctors to try saving life of fetus

What gives Congress the authority to regulate abortion?

Abstinence-only curriculum is not sex education, judge rules

Can Pope Francis Get the Catholic Church’s Mind Off of Sex?

House Is Expected to Pass a Revised Abortion Bill

How inequality limits reproductive rights in Latin America

Half of TX Women Face Barriers to Reproductive Health


May 5-11, 2015

Amy Schumer's 'Ask If Birth Control Is Right For You' Lampoons How Ridiculously Hard It Is To Get

Candidates Fight Over Abortion, but Public Has Surprising Level of Harmony

Survey says teens skip birth control because they fear parental judgment

Childlessness Falls, Family Size Grows Among Highly Educated Women

Abstinence-Only Sex Ed Reveals Pitfalls

State Legislatures Put Up Flurry of Roadblocks to Abortion

GOP Leaders Ready Late-Term Abortion Bill for Vote Next Week

N.Y.’s Schneiderman Proposes Expanded Free Birth-Control

Health Insurers Ordered to Heed Law on Free Contraception Coverage


May 2, 2015

Colorado GOP blocks successful birth-control program

Republicans in Colorado Vote for More Abortions

Health Plans Often Fail To Provide Free Coverage For Women's Health

State by state, abortion laws control women in the guise of protecting them

Group presses Paraguay to allow abortion for raped girl, 10


May 1, 2015

House votes to strike down D.C. law banning reproductive discrimination

Baby Boom Among New York’s Affluent


April 30, 2015

House Republicans Move to Overturn D.C. Law on Reproductive Rights

Senegal's family planning challenge

More efforts needed to raise teen long-term contraceptive use

Obamacare Requires Birth Control Coverage. But Some Insurers Are Ignoring the Law.

With Pope Francis’s Encyclical on Climate Change Done, Now a Vatican Sales Push – and Pushback

Insurers Flout Rule Covering Birth Control, Studies Find


April 28, 2015

Our View: Bill on abortion-clinic rules creates hidden obstacles

Bush rejects family tradition, opposes Planned Parenthood

What’s the Best Way to Teach Sex Ed Today?

Roar or die—how Africa’s booming population could make it richer and stronger, or kill it


April 27, 2015

Young women say they are happy with IUDs

What Happens When Hillary Clinton Talks Reproductive Health on the Trail

Seattle group’s training program saves lives of moms and babies in Kenya

Pill, IUD or condom? What you should know


April 22, 2015

War On Women's Bodies: Nancy Pelosi Slams GOP For Considering Overturning D.C. Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Act

New abortion controversy hits Congress


April 21, 2015

Mr. Toilet And Mr. Condom Think Jokes Will Save The World

New Report Shows Insurers Are Falling Short on Covering Contraception

What do Americans really think about abortion? The answer may surprise you.


April 20, 2015

Sex education quietly disappears from Fresno Unified schools

Kansas Becomes First State To Ban Second Trimester Abortion Procedure

Editorial: Courts should strike down bans on abortion method in Kansas, Oklahoma

Baby boom goes bust in Pennsylvania

Republicans Seek to Put Abortion on the Front Burner in 2016


April 17, 2015

A Woman Live-Tweeted Her Teen's Abstinence-Only Sex Ed Class

Study: Insurers Fail To Cover All Prescribed Contraceptives

Not All Birth Control Covered by Insurance Companies Under Obamacare

Loopholes Remain in Obamacare Birth Control Coverage

Implants and IUDs: Taking the bother out of birth control


April 16, 2015

How to save oceans with contraceptives - a radical approach

A new fetal homicide bill in Colorado resurrects an old abortion debate

On birth control, young Republicans get it


April 15, 2015

A Miscarrying Woman Was Denied Medication Because of “Conscience”

Five Years After Christie's Family-Planning Funding Cuts, Debate Continues


April 14, 2015

Here's How Abortion Opponents Targeted Reproductive Rights This Week

Debbie Wasserman Schultz hits back at Rand Paul in abortion fight

The Surprising Countries Where It’s Easier To Get An Abortion Than The U.S.


April 10, 2015

Ginnie Graham: To better prevent teen pregnancy, give them LARCS

Editorial: Kansas Tries to Stamp Out Abortion

US Birth Rates Continue To Plummet: Nearly Half Of All American Women Do Not Have A Child

Committee advances bill to ban abortion services providers from sex ed


April 9, 2015

For Young Women, Not Having Children Has Become the Rational Decision

The Egg Baby Project: A Lesson In Sex Education

Petition demands SPS change 'abstinence-centered' sex education

Sex Education in Europe Turns to Urging More Births

Worried Your Country Doesn’t Have Enough Babies? Make It Easier for Women to Work.

Student Population Growth A Major Concern For Some Oklahoma School Districts


April 8, 2015

More Teens Using Long-Term Contraception

Teens Aren’t Using the Most Effective Birth Control

Kansas Limits Abortion Method, Opening a New Line of Attack

In Arizona, Arkansas, women must be told that abortion can be ‘reversed’


April 7, 2015

Anti-Abortion Group’s Effort To Defund Family Planning Clinics Backfires Spectacularly

ACLU sues U.S. for records on reproductive health policy

Most Houston school districts show teen birth rate well above U.S. average

Ohio abortion bill creating controversy among college women


April 6, 2015

California Drought Tests History of Endless Growth

And Now, Political Virgins


April 3, 2015

Here’s What Happens When Pregnant Women Lose Their Rights

What The 18-35 Set REALLY Thinks About Marriage, Abortion, And Birth Control

Preventing A Future Without Food


April 2, 2015

Arizona Requires Doctors To Say Abortion Pill Is Reversible

Arizona’s claim that abortion pills may be ‘reversible’

On abortion, Christie thinks he knows best. He doesn't. | Editorial

How Filipino moms endure a maternity ward that's like 'a blaring supermarket deli counter'

Four in 10 millennials say their school’s sex ed was not helpful

Over population, over consumption - in pictures

We need to talk about why we don’t want kids


April 1, 2015

Arizona Governor Signs Abortion Drug Notification Mandate

Arizona Orders Doctors to Say Abortions With Drugs May Be Reversible

The Blood Cries Out

Millennials support sex ed but don’t find it helpful in real life

Survey: Young Republicans Support Birth Control


March 30, 2015

Lawmaker publicly discusses her rape and abortion, man in audience laughs at her

Can an Abortion Be Undone?

Morocco's plans to reform law on abortion could set example for North Africa

Dying for women’s right to choose: Abortion still illegal in Brazil

The next wave of abortion restrictions is here

New spa-like abortion clinic is part of a trend to ‘destigmatize’ the procedure


March 27, 2015

Arizona Legislature OKs Abortion Medication Requirement

5 Reasons to Oppose Abortion Bans


March 25, 2015

Let’s Talk (Frankly) About Sex

Youth unemployment 'a timebomb' in developing countries, UK MPs say

The Place Where China Began Its One-Child Policy Is Dying


March 11, 2015

Sexual and reproductive rights in Iran: Facts and Figures

Iran birth drive 'turns women into baby-making machines'

Iran Mulls Laws That ‘Reduce Women to Baby-Making Machines,’ Says Amnesty

States Aim To Restrict Medically-Induced Abortions


March 10, 2015

The country training people to leave

In this Manila 'baby factory,' why women put up with crowding four to a bed

Supreme Court Sends Birth Control Case Back To Appeals Court

The sex lives of rich and poor women are remarkably similar — until it comes to birth control

Proper Sanitary Pads Are Keeping Girls In School


March 9, 2015

What Schools Should Teach Kids About Sex

Senate Dems pledge health fight against "Mad Men era," push for Medicaid to cover birth control

The World’s Problem With Sex Ed

U.N. Finds ‘Alarmingly High’ Levels of Violence Against Women


March 6, 2015

New Bill Would Increase Access to Plan B, Contraception

Is Ecuador's Correa blurring the lines between religion and politics?

China’s growing panda population is fragmenting, and that’s a problem

Beijing to try to cap population at 23 million by 2020


March 5, 2015

Faith Groups Are Trying To Block Emergency Contraception For Raped Migrant Children

When Social-Media Companies Censor Sex Education

China eases 'one child' policy to boost births

Two-Thirds of Unintended Births Are Paid For by the Government

Our View: Legislative bill could help low-income Maine women get health care they need


March 4, 2015

UN at 70: Mega-Cities, Mortality and Migration

Researchers Link Syrian Conflict to a Drought Made Worse by Climate Change

International Women's Day: Negotiating family planning during the teenage years

Visions of a fallen world: What our crowded, imperiled planet really looks like


March 3, 2015

Did climate change spark 2011 Syrian uprising?

New Study Says Climate Change Helped Spark Syrian Civil War


February 27, 2015

The Future of Male Birth Control

U.S. Push for Abstinence in Africa Is Seen as Failure Against H.I.V.

The Human Costs Of Chris Christie’s Attack On Planned Parenthood

CNN’s Bill Weir Explores the World’s Threatened Wonders


February 26, 2015

A Thirsty, Violent World

Use of long-acting birth control rises fivefold in a decade: CDC

West Virginia lawmakers pass 20-week abortion ban

UN at 70: Mega-Cities, Mortality and Migration


February 24, 2015

Report: Women embrace more effective birth control

Teen pregnancies in Baltimore drop by a third


February 11, 2015

IUDs can be practical for teenagers, but pediatricians may lack training in their use

Guess How Much Of Uncle Sam's Money Goes To Foreign Aid? Guess Again!


February 9, 2015

Easing of China’s one-child policy has not produced a baby-boom

New Mexico Bills Seek Late-Term Abortion Ban, Parent Notice

Child, Bride, Mother


February 6, 2015

Contraceptive Coverage for Women in the Military

Lawmakers Propose Free Birth Control for Female Troops

Remembering Carl Djerassi: Playwright, Chemist, Birth Control Pioneer


February 2, 2015

Carl Djerassi, 91, a Creator of the Birth Control Pill, Dies

"Father of birth control pill" dies

This Chart Shows That Americans Are Way Out of Step With Scientists on Pretty Much Everything

Northern Ireland high court hears abortion challenge

Christie’s Convenient Abortion Flip

Pope Dodges Birth Control Issue in Philippines


January 30, 2015

The economics of optimism

Beijing seeks to contain its population, and with it, problems

Rabbits and Rebels

Democratic US Rep. Ryan says he now supports abortion rights

Tim Ryan: Why I changed my thinking on abortion

States that are more opposed to abortion rights have fewer abortions — but not fewer unintended pregnancies


January 28, 2015

Overpopulation: The Environmental Movement's Third Rail

New website promotes over-the-counter birth control pills

Sir David Attenborough interview: The one question about life that still baffles him


January 26, 2015

Editorial: Why we need to address population growth's effects on global warming

Be Fruitful, Not Bananas: Pope Francis, Birth Control and American Catholics

How Birth Control Has Changed Over the Centuries

Climate and population are linked — but maybe not the way you thought


January 23, 2015

Religious right’s pope problem: Why Rick Santorum & co. are so desperately confused

Pope rows back from 'rabbits' comments, praises large families

Feeling Gloomy? Maybe Things On Earth Aren't As Bad As You Think


January 22, 2015

GOP-Led House Drops 20-Week Abortion Limit, Will Advance Funding Ban

GOP Leaders Pull Abortion Bill After Revolt by Women, Moderates


January 20, 2015

Pope Strongly Condemns Birth Control

Pope says birth control ban doesn't mean breed 'like rabbits'

Fight Over Abortion Shapes Up in Congress

Editorial: A Perilous Year for Abortion Rights

Human activity has pushed Earth beyond four of nine 'planetary boundaries', scientists warn


January 15, 2015

Danes agree to keep public services open by making babies

The return of the IUD as a safe, efficient means of contraception

GOP renews push to restrict abortion

Appeals Court Hears Arkansas, North Dakota Abortion Cases


January 13, 2015

Turkey Unveils Plan for More Babies

Condoms and contraceptive pills reach rural Laos


January 9, 2015

To Get a Texas Abortion, Go to New Mexico

The GOP wants to take the abortion wars national again

Family planning: Enforcing with a smile

Let's talk about sex


January 8, 2015

Teenage pregnancy, birth, abortion rates all falling, report says

U.S. Court Weighs Texas Law's Burden On Women Seeking Abortions

Texas Abortion Clinic Rules Tested in Appeals Court


January 7, 2015

Video: Human population by the billions

Chart: London’s population is finally about to return to its 1939 peak


January 6, 2015

In Toulouse, French Family Planning Can't Keep Up


January 2, 2015

A Haven In A Land Of Unsafe Abortions

Japan's Population Declined In 2014 As Births Fell To A New Low

To Rescue Economy, Japan Turns to Supermom


December 31, 2014

Ethiopians Seeking Birth Control: Caught Between Church And State

In Kenya, Family Planning is an Economic Safeguard

Abortion politics: Baby talk


December 30, 2014

Family Planning In Senegal: Which Imam Do You Listen To?

Utah's Abortion Rate Drops to Lowest Level Ever Recorded

Big Question For 2015: Will The Supreme Court Rule On Abortion?

Census puts U.S. population at 320.09 million, up 0.7 percent from year-ago


December 29, 2014

The Unexpected Home of Unintended Pregnancy

Editorial: Foreign Aid and Abortion Rights

Editorial: An intrusive NC abortion measure is rightly struck down

In Senegal, Imam Support Key to Success in Family Planning Policy

California’s population slows, ages


December 23, 2014

Erdogan Says Turkey’s Supporters of Contraception Are Traitors

Laos: condoms, teenage pregnancies and sex talk on youth agenda

Is Male Birth Control Around the Corner?


December 22, 2014

Stop freaking out about having babies in your 30s. Your great-grandma did it, too.

A Basic Guide to the Countless Birth Control Options Out There

Return of the Rhythm Method

Mozambique decriminalises abortion to stem maternal death rate

Studies Show Voters Can Be Swayed on Gay Marriage, Abortion

Mobile Tech Drives Faster Data Collection for Family Planning Indicators With PMA2020


December 19, 2014

Delivering "The Pill" Wasn't Easy

The Devastating Consequences Of Chipping Away At Family Planning Programs


December 18, 2014

Fixing the Crowded Earth

Spending measure allows abortion coverage for Peace Corps volunteers


December 17, 2014

China urged to drop one-child policy. But will young couples opt for two?


December 16, 2014

Top court rejects Arizona appeal over abortion drug law

Supreme Court declines to hear Arizona abortion case


December 15, 2014

Slower Population Growth Could Significantly Reduce Carbon Emissions, Paper Finds

This Magnificent GIF Illustrates How The US Population Will Grow And Evolve Through 2060

Nations must keep expanding conservation efforts to avoid a biodiversity crisis


December 12, 2014

Post-recession population growth slows, estimates show

More women are using the most effective form of birth control

Ruling leads more firms to end birth control coverage


December 10, 2014

Abortion Complication Rates Are ‘Lower Than That For Wisdom Tooth Extraction’, Study Says


December 8, 2014

On the Abortion Activist Beat

America's Getting Less White, and That Will Save It

Peak soil: industrial civilisation is on the verge of eating itself

Scarecrows outnumber people in dying Japan town as country grapples with population decline


December 5, 2014

Editorial: Science must maintain its freedom in the classroom

U.S. Birthrate Declines for Sixth Consecutive Year; Economy Could Be Factor

Minnesota manufacturer wins exemption from birth control mandate

Va. Board of Health backs move to amend abortion clinic rules

Indiana Abortion Clinic Law Ruled Unconstitutional


December 4, 2014

Spending $25 a woman annually on healthcare could save millions of lives

How the West is cutting teen pregnancy

Indonesia delivers effective birth control pill for men

Va. health board to vote on advancing review of abortion clinic rules

Judge rules Indiana abortion clinic law is unconstitutional


December 1, 2014

School For Husbands Gets Men To Talk About Family Size

In Arizona, a Textbook Fuels a Broader Dispute Over Sex Education

Arguing Abortion

Risk from extreme weather set to rise


November 25, 2014

7 charts that explain the undocumented immigrant population

The undocumented immigrant population explained, in 7 maps


November 20, 2014

The Ins and Outs of IUDs

Editorial: India’s Lethal Birth Control

Why Nevada Students Should Continue to Fight for Comprehensive Sex Ed

Making the Most of Puberty on the Scale of a Planet


November 19, 2014

The end of the population pyramid

The world reshaped: The end of the population pyramid


November 18, 2014

Global Number of Youths Is Highest Ever, U.N. Reports

Why Sterilization Is The Most Popular Form Of Family Planning


November 17, 2014

Rat poison chemical found in pills linked to India sterilization deaths

The one dollar contraceptive set to make family planning easier

Birth Control Challenge Rejected

Appeals court upholds birth control mandate

U.S. court rejects religious objection to Obamacare contraception deal


November 13, 2014

Politicians, Teens and Birth Control

Web of Incentives in Fatal Indian Sterilizations

Pfizer and Aid Groups Team Up on Depo-Provera Contraceptive for Developing World

United States and China Announce Landmark Climate Change Deal on Carbon Emissions

Readers respond: can you be an environmentalist and still have kids?

Are our low birthrates and aging population threatening the economy?


November 12, 2014

The Pill’s Difficult Birth

How AIDS Changed the History of Sex Education


November 6, 2014

Drought, Population Growth Led to Decline of Neo-Assyrian Empire

A mixed election for reproductive rights

The Fight for Abortion Rights Just Got a Whole Lot Harder

Abortion-Rights Advocates Preparing for a New Surge of Federal and State Attacks

On abortion, election delivered mixed messages


November 5, 2014

State Anti-Abortion Measures Meet Mixed Fates

Oklahoma high court blocks abortion curbs


October 31, 2014

Birth Control Could Help the Environment, but Not Quickly

Dozens Of Countries Take In More Immigrants Per Capita Than The U.S.

October 30, 2014

In Tenn., a fierce, expensive battle over abortion

Pennsylvania May Drop Birth Control Coverage For Thousands Of Low-Income Women


October 29, 2014

What New York City Can Learn From Its Relationship With The Sea

North Dakota Supreme Court Upholds Law Restricting Medication Abortion

UN urges salt-damage solution to reduce threat to crops


October 24, 2014

Just Me and My 9.2 Billion Friends


October 22, 2014

‘Population growth far outpaces food supply’ in conflict-ravaged Sahel


October 21, 2014

The Long Road to a Safe and Legal Abortion

World population could hit 12 billion, but how will we feed them?


October 16, 2014

Supreme Court eases impact of Texas abortion law

Supreme Court Stops Parts Of Texas Abortion Law

Can the world produce enough food for 2 bln more people?

Editorial: The Supreme Court Acts for Texas Women


October 14, 2014

IUDs, implants generate new enthusiasm and some worries

New York women ditching other birth control methods for IUDs

Parents and Teens Aren’t Embarrassed by the Sex Talk Anymore

Editorial: Reproductive Rights on the Ballot

How family planning programs save taxpayers billions of dollars each year

Vatican document signals shift in views on homosexuality, divorce, birth control


October 10, 2014

China's water dilemma between farming and growing population


October 6, 2014

Teenage Girls Given Choice of Free Contraceptives Get Far Fewer Abortions

Court upholds Texas’s abortion law, closing 13 clinics


October 3, 2014

5th Circuit decision to close most of Texas abortion clinics

Appeals court lets Texas enforce law that restricts abortions

Appeals court sets back reproductive rights in Texas

Reproductive rights take center stage for Democrats defending Senate majority

Global biodiversity targets won't be met by 2020, scientists say

October 2, 2014

A Study Bolsters a Call to Use Long-Acting Contraceptives

Free Birth Control Cuts Teen Pregnancy, Abortions

On Reproductive Rights, Progress with Concerns

Mexican women pay high price for country’s rigid abortion laws

Scott Brown: Birth Control and Equal Pay Are Not 'Issues That People Care About'

States With More Abortion Laws Have Less Support For Women And Children's Health: Report

Abortion rights around the world – interactive


October 1, 2014

Earth has lost half of its wildlife in the past 40 years, says WWF

Wendy Davis and why it matters that female politicians are talking about their abortions

Pediatricians’ Group Endorses The Birth Control That Hobby Lobby Won’t Cover


September 30, 2014

Reverends like us should never oppose access to abortion or sex ed

Study on reproductive rights and domestic violence: Being denied an abortion “tethered women to violent men”

Why an aging population may be good for innovation

Wildlife populations plummet for 3,000 species


September 29, 2014

Maine Political Parties Battle for Women Voters

Editorial: The Tide of the Culture War Shifts

Why Are Republicans in Favor of Over-the-Counter Birth Control?

Teenage girls in southern Malawi reject ‘sexual cleansing’

What Drives Abortion: The Law or Income?

Pediatrics group says IUDs teens’ best birth control choice


September 22, 2014

Despite Declines, Child Mortality and Hunger Persist in Developing Nations, U.N. Reports

On the Path Past 9 Billion, Little Crosstalk Between U.N. Sessions on Population and Global Warming

As World’s Population Booms, Will Its Resources Be Enough for Us?

Which Catholics Offer Birth Control? Look To The Insurers

Editorial: Over-the-counter availability of ‘the pill’ wouldn’t be a panacea

September 17, 2014

The GOP’s Latest Attempt to Fool Women Won’t Work

The Disappearing “Undue Burden” Standard for Abortion Rights

Three State Measures That Could End Legal Abortion


September 15, 2014

Both Sides Cite Urgency in Court Appeal of a Texas Law on Abortion Clinics

In Jordan, Ever Younger Syrian Brides

A billion Africans under 18 by mid-century: More jobs, or more angry youth?

Birth control bait-and-switch [Editorial]

How Likely Is It That Birth Control Could Let You Down?

Editorial: Skepticism on birth control proposal

How the Catholic Church masterminded the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby debacle

Spanish government set to abandon plan to limit abortion access


September 12, 2014

A Doctor Who Performed Abortions In South Texas Makes His Case

Africa’s Dividing Farmlands A Threat To Food Security

The Nation's Biggest Abortion Battle Is Playing Out in Tennessee

September 9, 2014

Republicans Can’t Stop Talking About Over-the-Counter Birth Control

Male Birth Control, Without Condoms, Will Be Here by 2017

Inside the secret war on abortion clinics that could shutter them across America

Women and children still dying by the millions


September 8, 2014

The Changing Face Of West Africa Has Fueled The Ebola Crisis

How Ethiopia solved its abortion problem

What reopening a Texas abortion clinic meant to one woman

Avoiding women’s issues won’t save the GOP

The GOP’s contraception solution is no silver bullet

Passion for the Pill


September 4, 2014

Why the Earth is farting

Texas Abortion Clinic to Reopen After Ruling

Sexual health isn’t just about health – it’s about sex too

The 88 Percent: The Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision threatens all contraception


September 2, 2014

Limits to Growth was right. New research shows we're nearing collapse

Texas Abortion Clinics Receive Last-Minute Reprieve

Federal judge strikes down key part of Texas abortion law as unconstitutional

US judge asks 2 sides in Louisiana abortion law controversy for interim agreement

11 Birth Control Facts That Will Surprise You

The Effect of Overpopulation on Public Health

Why South Korea predicts its end will come in 2750

Sex education is a global dividing line between liberals and conservatives

The cost of birth control: what health insurance covers


August 29, 2014

Economic Abundance With Shrinking Population: Why Not?

August 28, 2014

The Dawn of the Post-Clinic Abortion

Becoming Drought Tolerant


August 26, 2014

Redesigning Birth Control in the Developing World

California Bucks The National Trend, Protects Coverage For Birth Control And Abortion


August 25, 2014

Amid population explosion, birth control access roils the Philippines

Administration Proposes New Health Rules Addressing Religious Objections

To end population growth, spread the wealth

The rise of the megacity


August 22, 2014

What it’s like to be a teen parent: Readers’ stories

In the Battle Over Abortion, Ireland Struggles to Define Human Rights


August 21, 2014

Editorial: Quackery and Abortion Rights

Contraception, abstinence push U.S. teen birthrates to historic lows

"A Constant Battle" What its like to work in Mississippi's only abortion clinic


August 20, 2014

The best way to help teen moms: treating pregnancy as more than a medical event

The simple policy that led America’s biggest drop in teen birth rates


August 19, 2014

Maternal mortality? It’s just poor African and Asian women dying

In Alaska, will reproductive rights make the difference?


August 18, 2014

GOP's birth control gamble

Analysis: Teen births down in Miss., other states

Most Dangerous Day of Life Is Birth as Million Babies Die

New data: How the attack on contraceptive services targets the poor

New rule: Dummies who don’t support birth control can’t say they support birth control


August 15, 2014

Birth control in Niger Population explosion

UNICEF Report: Africa's Population Could Hit 4 Billion By 2100

The Weakest Link of HIV Prevention in Africa – Contraception


August 14, 2014

Are abortion rights equal to gun rights? Yes, says a federal judge

Mississippi: State Asks Full Court to Reconsider Abortion Ruling

MTV Public Policy: How 16 and Pregnant Reduced Teen Motherhood


August 13, 2014

How Colorado’s teen birthrate dropped 40% in four years

Colorado's Teen Birth Rate Dropped 40%, And It's Probably Because Of Just One Thing

Texas abortion law could send women across borders


August 12, 2014

How Colorado’s teen birthrate dropped 40% in four years

Iran: Permanent Contraception Through Surgery Is Outlawed

Iran Bans Some Forms Of Birth Control To Encourage Women To Have More Babies


August 11, 2014

Editorial: A Judge Rules for Alabama Women on Abortion

McFadden says oral contraception should be available without prescription

Admitting-privileges laws have created high hurdle for abortion providers to clear

A New Test for Texas’ Abortion Restrictions


August 6, 2014

Reducing Carbon by Curbing Population


August 5, 2014

Abortion Providers in Texas Press Judge to Block Portions of New Law

Alabama abortion clinic law unconstitutional, judge rules

Fertility Push Viewed as Unsexy by Young Iranians


August 4, 2014

The Abortion Ministry of Dr. Willie Parker

Texas: Legal Challenge to Abortion Regulations Goes to Court


July 31, 2014

Gov. Patrick Signs Mass. Abortion Buffer Zone Bill

Testing boundaries of abortion clinic buffer zones

New York’s Abortion Protest Law Is Praised by Justices, but Few Others

Poll: More Italians support abortion rights than cosmetic surgery

How the right contraceptive can change a woman's life


July 30, 2014

Mass. legislature approves abortion clinic protest bill

Judges Block Abortion Curb in Mississippi


July 29, 2014

Everyone Wins When Birth Control Is Free

Texas’s war on abortion is shuttering clinics throughout the Lone Star State


July 28, 2014

In Ethiopia, family planning increasingly an article of faith (+video)

Editorial: Remember all the ways the GOP opposes women

Candidates trade barbs in first Virginia senatorial debate

Christie Call to Cool Abortion Talk Follows Curbs in N.J.


July 24, 2014

States Help New Mothers Get Birth Control Through Medicaid

Quarter of world population 'either near or living in poverty' – UN

Conservatives Write an Assertive New Script to Fight Abortion


July 22, 2014

What the Hobby Lobby Ruling Means for America


July 21, 2014

Eden Foods' Hobby Lobby-esque Birth Control Fight Sparks Boycott

Texas: State Weighs Restructuring Health Plans for Women


July 18, 2014

Improved food systems could feed 3 billion more people - study

Mass. moves on abortion clinic bill: How is it different from buffer zone law? (+video)

State Senate passes abortion clinic buffer zone bill

Dems seek gains with women in birth control loss


July 15, 2014

Birth-control programs for teens gain traction in Colorado, nationally

New Contraceptive Shot Being Released in Africa


July 14, 2014

A Two-Page Form Spawns a Contraceptive Showdown

Anybody home? Exodus from Niue, other Pacific islands raises prospect of vanishing cultures

Is TV afraid of abortion? For NBC, the answer is complicated.


July 11, 2014

U.N. Finds Most People Now Live in Cities

Hobby Lobby 101: explaining the Supreme Court's birth control ruling

Colorado teen birthrate drops 40% with low-cost birth control

Reproductive Rights to Take Centre Stage at U.N. Special Session

World Population Day: Curbing explosive growth through family planning


July 10, 2014

Global Poverty Levels Halved But More Africans In Extreme Poverty Than In 1990

“Would You Like to Become Pregnant in the Next Year?” 1.9k 226 242 A simple, routine question can improve health care.

Urban population boom poses massive challenges for Africa and Asia

World cities, home to most people, to add 2.5 billion more by 2050


July 9, 2014

Abortion buffer zone laws begin falling after Supreme Court ruling

Editorial: Hobby Lobby’s Disturbing Sequel

Democrats Push Bill to Reverse Supreme Court Ruling on Contraceptives

Can birth control help Democrats keep the Senate?


July 7, 2014

Birth Control Order Deepens Divide Among Justices

Obama Weighs Steps to Cover Contraception

Supreme Court OKs another religious birth control exemption

Supreme Court limits birth control on religious grounds. What's next?

Texas Isn’t Keeping Up With National Drop in Teenage Births

The Disaster We’ve Wrought on the World’s Oceans May Be Irrevocable


July 1, 2014

Hobby Lobby Made Fight a Matter of Christian Principle

More Cases on Religion Await, With Eye on Opinion by Alito

U.S. birth control ruling fuels battle over corporate rights

A Ruling That Both Sides Can Run With

Water, Rivers and Runoff Challenge Ethiopia’s Expanding Capital


June 30, 2014

Supreme Court Rejects Contraceptives Mandate for Some Corporations

Supreme Court upholds Hobby Lobby on birth control


June 27, 2014

Unrelenting population growth driving global warming, mass extinction

Most Catholics reject teachings on birth control, sex, says Vatican

Court Rejects Zone to Buffer Abortion Clinic

After Buffer Zone Ruling, Abortion Rivals Prepare to Square Off Anew


June 25, 2014

Iran lawmakers approve birth-control surgeries ban


June 22, 2014

So Similar, So Different: For These 2 Women, the Lottery of Birth Decides Opportunity

A guide to the Supreme Court’s upcoming birth control decision

Shorter time between pregnancies linked to earlier delivery


June 20, 2014

Ethiopia’s Condom Dilemma

At Beijing School, Some Parents Take a Sex Education Class

Do Chinese classrooms need to talk about sex?

A Darker View of the Age of Us – the Anthropocene


June 9, 2014

Urged to Multiply, Iranian Couples Are Dubious

Pope Francis Is Wrong About My Child-Free Life

June 6, 2014

Taking More Time Between Babies Reduces Risk Of Premature Birth

When Brides Were Often Teenagers

How Bangladesh's female health workers boosted family planning

China: When Parents Need Help with the Facts of Life

May 30, 2014

Demography: Quality time: Why shrinking populations may be no bad thing

House GOP Blocks Vote On Incest Exception To Anti-Abortion Legislation

Illinois Senate OKs birth control ballot measure

May 29, 2014

Iran's population drive worries women's rights, health advocates

Report: US births up for first time in 5 years

May 23, 2014

In latest U.S. Census figures, cities continue growing

Doctor: Detroit abortion stats 'like some Third World country'


May 22, 2014

With New Bill, Abortion Limits Spread in South

Parents before they are grown-up: child marriage in Malawi


May 19, 2014

Demography and the Bicycle Effect

Muslim clerics resist Pakistan's efforts to end child marriage

Court battles loom on abortion clinic restrictions

Texas abortion law creates obstacles for Valley women

Trial set on challenge to Alabama abortion law setting tougher standards for doctors


May 14, 2014

Doctors reluctant to give young women permanent birth control

Texas's Culture Wars Have Created a Public Health Disaster for Women

Virginia's governor moves to protect access to abortion

Sexual violence soars in South Sudan


May 13, 2014

Teen pregnancy and abortion rates drop to new lows

Teaching Liberation to Pakistan's Girls

Indian Court Says Forced Marital Sex Is Not Rape

Federal Court to Consider Arizona Abortion Rules

North Dakota lawmakers urge appeal of abortion decision

Gov. McAuliffe calls for review of abortion clinic regulations in Virginia

NYPD ends policy of confiscating condoms in some prostitution cases


May 12, 2014

The Role of Education and Health Care in Fostering Sustainable Motherhood

More U.S. women waiting to have children

Real Goal of Abortion 'Limits': Bans

What's So Scary About Smart Girls?

Water in Brazil: Nor any drop to drink


May 8, 2014

This planet comes with limits

Displaced Afghan women risk "cheap" marriages, isolation and depression

"The person I think I ought to be": Meet the doctor fighting to save Mississippi's last abortion clinic


May 7, 2014

U.S. backslides in maternal deaths, bucking global trend

Peace Corps Rape Survivors Lobby Congress For Fair Abortion Coverage

Lawmakers Fight To Repeal The 'Unfair' Abortion Ban Imposed On Peace Corps Volunteers


May 6, 2014

Teen pregnancy and abortion rates drop to new lows

Teenage pregnancy, birth, abortion rates all falling, report says


May 5, 2014

Saving The World's Babies Simply Starts Before Birth

Brazil's abortion nightmare: Why one desperate woman lied about rape

2014's Most Outrageous Attacks on Women's Health (So Far)

U.S. anti-abortion groups inspire movement in Europe


April 29, 2014

President Uhuru Kenyatta signs Kenya polygamy law

Echoes of Past May Not Carry as Court Weighs 2nd Abortion Law


April 28, 2014

Killing of Environmental Activists Rises Globally

Mississippi's Lone Abortion Clinic Fights To Remain Open

Sweden Pushed Gender Equality to Boost Birth Rates

Chile to reconsider abortion ban

NY bill would bar condoms as proof of prostitution

Reproductive Rights Have a Rocky Ride


April 26, 2014

Population and climate change: who will the grand convergence leave behind?


April 25, 2014

With new laws in Texas, self-induced abortion likely to rise

OKLAHOMA: House passes abortion bill with 'personhood' amendment

China: Plan to Sell Condoms in Schools Encounters Resistance


April 24, 2014

Nearly 7 in 10 Americans say health plans should cover birth control

Mississippi Governor Signs Bill to Ban Abortion at Pregnancy Mid-Point


April 21, 2014

Egypt's Population Boom Threatens Cultural Treasures

Understanding climate change impacts on wildfires

Cuba's condom shortage raises fears of imminent health crisis

More than one-quarter of morning-after pills in Peru don't work


April 18, 2014

Japan's demography: The incredible shrinking country

Christian broadcaster wins health care injunction

India's Youth Challenge


April 17, 2014

Federal Judge Overturns North Dakota's 6-Week Abortion Ban

Judge overturns North Dakota law banning most abortions


April 16, 2014

Iran considers ban on vasectomies in drive to boost birthrate

Unsafe abortion kills nearly 50,000 a year, "intolerable" toll-NGO


April 15, 2014

Holding the World Bank Accountable for Reproductive Health Commitments

ACLU seeks to oppose diocese in birth control suit


April 14, 2014

The animated maps that reveal in 60 seconds how cities have exploded in size over the last 130 years

Abortion in Cases of Rape: New Rifts in Old Debate


April 11, 2014

Child bride kills groom and three of his friends by poisoning meal

Kenya: A mother's death costs the family dear

Famine Is a Feminist Issue: To feed the world, start by teaching girls to read.


April 10, 2014

Iraq poised to legalize marriage for girls as young as 9

Six-year-old Afghan girl saved from marriage to cover father's debt

Sex education stumbles in Mississippi

For many teens, formal sex education comes too late, CDC report says


April 9, 2014

Philippine Supreme Court rules that family planning law is constitutional, can be implemented

Philippine court upholds contraceptive law as constitutional

Philippine top court approves controversial birth control law

Social pressures force Tunisia women to fake virginity

India's missing girls: fears grow over rising levels of foeticide


April 4, 2014

Old Forecast of Famine May Yet Come True

Texas abortion law faces new legal challenge


April 4, 2014

Old Forecast of Famine May Yet Come True

Texas abortion law faces new legal challenge


April 3, 2014

Don't Reward or Punish Childbirth

Antiabortion company Hobby Lobby reportedly invests retirement funds in abortion drugs

Hobby Lobby 401(k) invests in birth control makers

Abortion Providers in Texas Sue Over a Restrictive Rule That Could Close Clinics


March 21-30, 2014

Justices to hear 'Hobby Lobby' case on Obamacare birth control rule

Religious challenge to health care law hits high court

Megacities' explosive growth poses epic challenges

Ruling Could Have Reach Beyond Issue of Contraception

Supreme Court Hears Cases on Contraception Rule

Supreme Court divided as it hears argument on contraceptive coverage

Supreme Court struggles with companies' religious objections to law's birth control coverage

US appeals court rules Kansas can strip Planned Parenthood of federal family planning

Court majority harshly critical of Obamacare contraception mandate

Justices Seem Open to Religious Claims by Companies

Court Weighs Delay of Strict Limits to Drug-Induced Abortions in Arizona

Court Panel Upholds Texas Law on Abortion

Family planning groups in developing countries set for Bloomberg boost

Federal appeals court upholds tough Texas abortion restrictions that shuttered many clinics

Concern about overpopulation is a red herring; consumption's the problem

Nonprofit group hopes education can reduce Latina teen pregnancy rate

Panel's Warning on Climate Risk: Worst Is Yet to Come


March 19, 2014

TV Lowers Birthrate (Seriously)

Bill Maher says you aren't an environmentalist unless you care about overpopulation

Spain's Step Back on Abortion Is Catching Flak


March 18, 2014

Chinese city suspends baby hatch after it is overwhelmed by unwanted children


March 17, 2014

Family planning program in Senegal drawn into conflict with religious leaders

Teen Pregnancy Rising in Zimbabwe


March 13, 2014

U.S. top court case highlights unsettled science in contraception

Group of Catholic employers file lawsuit in Oklahoma challenging federal health care law

Syria War Shatters Maternal Care, Mothers' Health

Pakistan clerics declare ban on child marriage un-Islamic


March 11, 2014

African demography: The dividend is delayed

Does no-cost contraception promote promiscuity? No, says study

West Virginia's legislature passes a 20-week abortion ban

Iraqi women protest against proposed Islamic law in Iraq


March 7, 2014

Abortion Law Pushes Texas Clinics to Close Doors

Malawi: From child bride to sex worker

Nation's First Birthing Center/Abortion Clinic Opens in Buffalo. This Is Huge.

To Change India's Preference for Sons, Start With the Women


March 6, 2014

China may opt for 'two children' policy in future, says senior official

Tests to start on ring to prevent pregnancy and HIV

2 More Texas Clinics Closing Amid New Abortion Law


March 3, 2014

Cheaper, generic versions of emergency contraception to be sold to buyers of all ages

FDA To Increase Access To Generic Morning-After Pills

Malawi's child brides: Married at 15

Health care law's results breed hope among doctors for birth control access


February 28, 2014

Anti-Abortion Push Has Spain Debating Definition Of 'Progress'


February 27, 2014

Texas' Family Planning Cuts Are A Human Rights 'Disaster'

Bolivia eases strict abortion law


February 26, 2014

Many in China Can Now Have a Second Child, but Say No

Pope Francis faces church divided over doctrine, global poll of Catholics finds

U.S. Appeals Court to hear arguments over Mississippi abortion law


February 25, 2014

Drought beginning to change how people think about growth in the Sacramento region

Colorado nuns file challenge on birth control


February 24, 2014

Indonesia to revive national family planning programme


February 18, 2014

Educating young men could expand 'morning after pill' use

Egyptian population explosion worsens social unrest


February 14, 2014

Why We Should be Worried About the Rapid Growth in Global Households


February 11, 2014

It Takes a Generation

Family Planning Squeezed In California By Health Law

Global Poll Finds Most Catholics Actually Support Birth Control And Abortion Rights

White House delays health insurance mandate for medium-sized employers until 2016


February 10, 2014

Population Patterns and Vulnerability to Climate Hazards


February 7, 2014

A fertile future?

Battles Over Abortion Flare in 2014


February 6, 2014

The Stories We Tell

Wash. House passes abortion insurance bill


February 4, 2014

State abortion rates were dropping even before the recent surge in restrictions

Abortion rates lowest in 40 years 


February 3, 2014

Abortions Declining in U.S., Study Finds

Abortion rate at lowest point since 1973

Seeing ultrasound rarely changes abortion plans: study


January 31, 2014

Indonesia to face opportunity, risk as population grows by a third

As World Ages, Immigration Seen as Big Boost to US

Access To Toilets And Books Improves Life For Kids Across The Globe


January 30, 2014

Planned Parenthood suing over Alaska abortion reg

New Baby Boom? How Global Birthrates Could Bounce Back


January 29, 2014

Indonesia Population Approaching U.S. Revives Birth Control


January 28, 2014

Editorial: Contraception Before the Court

New Arizona Rules Would Limits Abortion Drug Use

White House threatens veto of House abortion bill


January 27, 2014

In Nuns' Suit, Justices Block Key Mandate in Health Law

Supreme Court says nuns are exempt for now from Obamacare contraceptives rule

Editorial: A Formula for Repelling Women Voters

France Confirms Abortion Right as Spain Pulls Back


January 24, 2014

A Loophole for Rapists Is Eliminated in Morocco

Oklahoma County judge throws out state's morning-after pill law

Ethiopia's model families hailed as agents of social transformation


January 23, 2014

More Is Not Merrier

Ethiopian former child bride tells harrowing story


January 22, 2014

WikiLeaks, Drought and Syria

State orders Ohio abortion clinic to close


January 21, 2014

Industry, non-profit groups divided over how to increase food production

Seasonal Migration Frustrates Ethiopia's Family Planning

Proposed Abortion Restrictions in Spain Face Backlash

French parliament begins debate on controversial abortion bill

Mauritania Must Ban Deadly Force Feeding of Child Brides

Malawians take steps to end sexual initiation of girls


January 17, 2014

Thai teen pregnancy on the rise as sex education misses the young

Supreme Court skeptical of buffer zones at abortion clinics

Keep your distance: Supreme Court takes up protesters outside abortion clinics

Justices question Mass. abortion clinic buffer zones


January 16, 2014

Editorial: Spain's Alarming Abortion Debate

Turkey rights group sounds alarm over child brides

How Brave Girls Helped Crack a Taboo

Justices Appear Divided On Abortion Clinic Buffer Zones

Supreme Court justices question size of buffer zones around Mass. abortion clinics

Justices Seem Split on Abortion Clinic Buffer Zones, but Crucial Voice Is Silent

The Stealth War on Abortion

Abortion Restrictions Shutter Clinics, Hurt Poor, Groups Say


January 15, 2014

Supreme Court to hear appeal over abortion clinic buffer zones

Abortion Rights Group Gives U.S. a 'D'

Abortion clinic buffer zones go before the Supreme Court


January 14, 2014

Is '16 And Pregnant' An Effective Form Of Birth Control?

Editorial: Abortion Rights: A Good Ruling Stands

Editorial: Abortion Rights: Uphold Buffer Zones

U.S. top court will not hear Arizona abortion law appeal

Abortion rights: Supreme Court leaves rejection of Arizona law in place

Supreme Court Won't Hear Arizona Appeal on Abortion Ban

Court won't revive Arizona's 20-week abortion ban

High court to consider buffer zones at abortion clinics

French birth rate falls below two children per woman


January 13, 2014

MTV's '16 and Pregnant,' Derided by Some, May Resonate as a Cautionary Tale

Where Free Speech Collides With Abortion Rights

In This Rape Case, the Victim Was 4

Japan's ageing population could actually be good news


January 10, 2014

Forced Abortions Highlight Abuses in China Policy

3 Notre Dame students weigh in on school's lawsuit against health care law

High court case: abortion clinic protest-free zone


January 9, 2014

Climate change and population growth will cause an 80% rise in droughts by 2100, claim scientists

Editorial: Abortion Restrictions in Texas and Beyond

Alaska governor narrows Medicaid abortion reimbursement criteria


January 7, 2014

Critics question desirability of relentless economic growth

Texas Seeks to Revive Abortion Law as Clinics Cut Service

Federal Appeals Court Reviews Texas Abortion Law

Appeals court taking up Texas law that's shuttered abortion clinics

U.S. court hears appeal to ease parts of Texas abortion law

Iran Tries to Reverse a Slumping Birth Rate

Portugal's Baby Bust Is A Stark Sign Of Hard Times


January 6, 2014

Justices Are Asked to Reject Nuns' Challenge to Health Law

Adminstration says Colo. nuns do not need injunction against health law provision

U.S. asks court to preserve Obamacare contraception mandate

Legal fight over emergency contraceptives drags on

Texas Anti-Abortion Law Forces Women To Make Tough Choices



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