Federal Judge Again Blocks Texas Fetal Remains RulesA federal judge has again blocked Texas rules mandating burial or cremation of fetal remains, in a victory for abortion-rights groups.
Dutch Government Wants To Counter Trump With Abortion FundsThe Dutch government says it wants an international fund to finance access to birth control, abortion and education for women in developing countries.
Metro: Women's March Second Highest Day Ever For RidershipTransportation officials in Washington say the more than a million trips taken on the city's rail system Saturday make the day the second highest ridership day in the system's history.
After Women's Marches, Can Numbers Translate To Real Change?More than a million people turned out Saturday to nationwide demonstrations opposing President Donald Trump's agenda. Now, the question is whether that energy can be sustained and turned into political impact.
A-List Celebs Out In Force For Women's MarchesMany of Hollywood's A-list celebrities rallied in cities around the United States in support of women's rights.
Thousands Of North Texans March In Support Of Women's RightsThousands of North Texans in Dallas and Fort Worth wanted to send a strong message to President Donald Trump by marching for women's rights.
Federal Judge Delays Texas Fetal Remains RulesA federal judge on Thursday delayed a hotly debated Texas rule mandating burial or cremation of fetal remains that were set to go into effect within days.
Rule Requiring Burial Of Fetal Remains Takes Effect In 3 WeeksIn Texas, despite the recent rebuff by the Supreme Court, new restrictions are in the offing. One new rule — requiring the cremation or burial of fetal remains — is scheduled to take effect in three weeks.
KT Fun House: The Champion Of Women's RightsKevin "KT" Turner from the Ben & Skin Show has a new weekly segment called KT Fun House!
Planned Parenthood Sues Texas Over Blocked Medicaid DollarsPlanned Parenthood sued again Monday over efforts by Republican governors to block Medicaid funding to the nation's largest abortion provider, this time against Texas, where the organization says health care access to 13,500 women is on the line.
Texas Abortion Law Teed Up For Supreme Court ReviewAbortion is back before the Supreme Court, and the justices could signal by the end of June whether they are likely to take up the biggest case on the hot-button subject in nearly a quarter-century. SCOTUS is considering an emergency appeal from abortion providers in Texas.
Microsoft CEO Apologizes For Comments On Women Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella apologized Thursday night and said he was wrong for saying that women don't need to ask for a raise and should just trust the system to pay them well.

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