The event comes just a day after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade — it will happen in close proximity to the U.S. Capitol and Supreme Court.
On the West Coast, the Democratic governors of California, Washington and Oregon say they will work together in the effort to defend abortion patients and medical professionals. (June 24)
Here's what it means now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned, and how the nine justices voted in the case.
Here's what it means now that the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and a breakdown of who voted to upend the right to abortion.
Law enforcement could use online data, police statements and medical records as evidence against people involved in abortions. It's already happening.
Gun legislation expanding background checks, amid other measures, passes the Senate, a look at the lack of openly gay LGBTQ executives: 5 Things podcast
The Kentucky U.S. Colored Troops Project creates a database record for soldiers to unlock "lost" information about enslaved people from families.
Recession odds are growing as investors fear the Fed's interest rate hikes will be too fast and too big, bringing the economy to a screeching halt.
Joe Biden's approval ratings have tanked as gas prices have soared, but analysts say the cost of oil is fueling higher pump prices across the globe.
Vladimir Putin's forces have gained momentum in recent weeks, but a top administration official said it would be foolish to bet against Ukraine.
For all the knocks on Sarkisian as a college coach, he's always been able to do one thing at an elite level — maybe the most important thing. Recruit.
NBA Draft 2022: Shaedon Sharpe was only a practice player at Kentucky but could become NBA lottery pick
Shaedon Sharpe's talent may be undeniable, but his recent inactivity has many wondering if his game can translate to the NBA.
The Supreme Court indicated in 2008 that states may make schools and government buildings gun-free zones. What about hospitals, subways and stadiums?
Former Justice Department officials to testify on Trump plan to install friendly AG - Jan. 6 live blog
Former Justice Department officials will testify Thursday about Trump's plan to install an AG sympathetic to his baseless claims of election fraud.
The death in Pico Rivera marks the first time someone has been killed by lightning in 2022, according to the National Lightning Safety Council.
Thousands of women have played key parts in advancing the role of Title IX in sports in America. Here are how several connect with each other.
Lawyers for ex-NFL coach Jon Gruden released a statement Wednesday, criticizing commissioner Roger Goodell and the league for selective transparency.
A U.S. House committee says Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder conducted a "shadow investigation" that sought to discredit former employees making accusations of workplace sexual harassment. (June 22)
Primary takeaways: A good night for women such as Bowser in DC and Britt in Ala.; tight House races in Va.
Another round of primary races in Washington, D.C., Alabama, Georgia and Virginia put women such as Katie Britt and Muriel Bowser on November ballots.
Biden proposal to suspend the federal gas tax for three months faces criticism from members of his own party in Congress.
The Trump campaign's plan relied on key states to find pro-Trump electors and on Pence to toss the real electors, the Jan. 6 hearings have revealed.