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The Institutionalization of Abortion Stigma: What Care at an Ambulatory Surgical Center Looks Like

Under HB 2, Texas' omnibus anti-abortion law, doctors must now fulfill medically unnecessary requirements just to stay open, forgoing a patient’s comfort. Image: Drew Stanley, NARAL Pro-Choice Texas The post The Institutionalization of Abortion Stigma: What Care at an Ambulatory Surgical Center Looks Like appeared first on RH Reality Check.

Campaign Week in Review: New Lies From Fiorina, Trump’s Wife ‘Into’ Women’s Health

The biggest campaign news on reproductive rights this week continued to be Carly Fiorina, who doubled down on the biggest lie she has told so far. Image: ACU/Youtube The post Campaign Week in Review: New Lies From Fiorina, Trump’s Wife ‘Into’ Women’s Health appeared first on RH Reality Check.

Tesla lags behind 2015 sales target despite strong quarter

Tesla Motors said it delivered a record 11,580 cars to its customers during the third quarter of this year but remains off the pace needed to hit its annual target. Elon Musk, chief executive of the Palo Alto electric-car maker, told investors it expects to deliver between 50,000 and 55,000 cars...

Saturday's TV Highlights: 'Saturday Night Live' on NBC

Customized TV Listings are available here: Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 4 - 10, 2015 in PDF format This week's TV Movies SERIES Doctor Who The Doctor and Clara (Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman) help a frightened crew at an underwater base deal...

How can the West promote its values abroad…if we don’t have any?

No longer are we famous for our freedom and democracy, but rather Internet porn, pop music, and Hollywood films.

Adrien Broner shuts his mouth to say all the right things

At 26, following the birth of his sixth child and on the heels of his second loss, Adrien Broner says he’s finally getting it. The Cincinnati fighter has set aside his rap career. He’s attending his kids’ youth sports games. He’s stopped talking to reporters. He’s moving down to 140 pounds. Broner...

Freshman cornerback Isaiah Langley happy to have a role

Isaiah Langley had planned to redshirt this season. The USC freshman would use the year to add strength and weight and then join the cornerback rotation in 2016. But a knee injury suffered by senior Kevon Seymour thrust Langley into service on special teams and as a back-up. "I had to grow up fast,"...

Judge Stops Ohio Gov. John Kasich From Closing Abortion Clinics Breaking State Law

An Ohio judge has stopped the state health department and pro-life Governor John Kasich from closing two Cincinnati-area abortion clinics that have been breaking state law. The Ohio Department of Health has denied requests for variances submitted by two abortion clinics citing they failed to meet the minimum requirements that would qualify for them. The […]

Voting in Alabama May Have Gotten Even More Difficult for Black Residents

It’s hard not to see this decision to eliminate 31 driver’s license satellite offices as intentionally burdening already-burdened people. Image: Closed sign via Shutterstock The post Voting in Alabama May Have Gotten Even More Difficult for Black Residents appeared first on RH Reality Check.

'Jessica Jones' gets a bunch of boozy teasers, plus a director announcement

The "Jessica Jones" tidbits keep coming. After releasing two new teasers showing brief glimpses into the world of "Jessica Jones," Marvel has officially revealed that S.J. Clarkson has helmed the first two episodes of the upcoming Netflix series. Clarkson's recent credits includes directing the...

Rain or shine, college and NFL games still on despite Hurricane Joaquin

Hurricane Joaquin will not stop college football or NFL games from taking place this weekend. Joaquin landed in the Bahamas on Friday as a Category 4 hurricane -- Category 5 is the most dangerous -- with winds between 130 and 156 miles per hour and heavy rain. The hurricane is not expected to hit...

Chris Paul says Clippers will miss Matt Barnes

Heading into the Clippers' first exhibition game of the 2015-16 season, the team will be missing one familiar face from their starting lineup -- small forward Matt Barnes. Chris Paul said the team will undoubtedly feel his absence. "There's no question we're going to miss Matt," Paul said. "Matt...

Marvel's new comedy TV series 'Damage Control' will star the superhero cleanup crew

Who are the hapless members of the Marvel cleanup crew that have to pick up after every Avengers battle? Who puts a floating city back together after Ultron sends it rocketing into the sky? Turns out the studio is ready to answer that question, in the form of a comedy TV series. Hero Complex can...

Tough decision ahead, Brown spoke with terminally ill Oregon woman days before she ended her life

As he faces an Oct. 7 deadline to sign or veto a bill allowing assisted suicide for the terminally ill in California, Gov. Jerry Brown is being lobbied heavily by both sides. Brown, a former Jesuit seminary student, and his staff have talked to terminally sick Californians, an indication that he...

After 27 Years of Killing Babies in Abortions, Abortion Clinic in Virginia Shuts Down for Good

In Virginia, pro-life activists are celebrating after finding out that an abortion facility that has been open for 27-years has closed down. Mike from Manassas told 40 Days for Life: “I bring you good news of great joy! Our Prayers have been heard! After 27 years of abortions, Amethyst Women’s Health Center has closed their […]

Tar-sands oil mining has now come to the U.S.

U.S. Oil Sands has started drilling in Utah -- even though the tar-sands industry in Canada is struggling to make a profit.

Advocates Push Bail Reform to Stop ‘Penalizing People for Being Poor’

A new free, downloadable book explains the changes in Colorado law, and it emphasizes that certain practices, such as using a formula to set bail based on types of crimes, are flat-out unconstitutional. Image: Shutterstock The post Advocates Push Bail Reform to Stop ‘Penalizing People for Being Poor’ appeared first on RH Reality Check.

ACLU files lawsuit to force Catholic hospitals to provide abortions

A Trinity spokeswoman said the ACLU lawsuit is without merit, and that the hospital system would fight it.

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