Republicans may have thought their anti-abortion bill had nailed the door shut on women's reproductive rights. But as the saying goes, it ain't over 'til it's over.
WASHINGTON-More than 100 women were arrested this week after blockading the intersection outside the House of Representatives to protest the House's inaction on comprehensive immigration reform.
Vowing to defend the right to vote he had shed blood for decades ago, Rep. John Lewis drew a roaring cheer from the enormous crowd at the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday.
The pro-choice grassroots movement has also come together to tell extremists that their agenda is not welcome in New Mexico.
A hunger strike by California prison inmates protesting prolonged solitary confinement is now well into its third week.
After weeks of bitter fighting, Texas conservatives claim a significant victory in the fight over who controls women's health in Texas.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory signed an anti-woman bill on abortion that the state House had passed into law, which restricts how abortions can be carried out.
From at least 1997-2010, nearly 150 women were found to be sterilized while in prison,.
In Dallas 200 Texans attended a "Stand with Texas Women" rally and press conference in front of City Hall. The night before, some 1,100 attended a rally there.
The Texas Senate voted 19-11 for harsh anti-abortion measures that include a 20-week ban on abortions, with no exemptions for rape or incest.