The US Quietly Joined an International Anti-Abortion Pact
Trump Administration Signs Global Pact That There’s ‘No International Right to Abortion’

“This is the U.S. trying to normalize and legitimize a narrow perspective on human rights and health that is not in line with longstanding international agreements recognizing human rights, including reproductive rights."

Domestic violence is a driver of homelessness
Domestic Violence Survivors Desperately Need Safe Housing. Too Often, They’re Not Getting It.

Domestic violence victims are facing unprecedented barriers to safety, and the general election on Nov. 3 might determine exactly how the country navigates this wave.

Portland environmental groups sue over use of tear gas
Environmentalists Sue Federal Government Over Use of Tear Gas in Portland

A federal lawsuit filed Wednesday is seeking a court order to stop federal officers from deploying tear gas in Portland.

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Babies Are Healthier in States With Access to Full Reproductive Care, Study Says

Babies born in states that make it hard to get an abortion are more likely to have lower birth weights, which can lead to long term health challenges.

Savanna's Act
Savanna’s Act Is a ‘Critical First Step’ to Prevent the Horrific Violence Indigenous Women Face

The law serves as "a reminder that the U.S. government has so much more to do to repair the broken promises to Native communities."