Reproductive coercion isn't widely recognized as domestic violence. In California, lawmakers are debating changing that.
But how many more acts of violence will it take until abortion providers get the same protections as lawmakers?
Unlike his predecessor who has never served in public education, Miguel Cardona has been a public school educator for his entire professional career.
For abortion providers accustomed to violent protesters who believe the rule of law does not apply to them, what happened Wednesday was eerily familiar.
Missouri's first transgender health-care program aimed at expanding access to uninsured and underinsured people could save lives.