The lawyer and human rights crusader, who died Wednesday, spoke on Truthdig Radio in 2013. To honor Ratner, we are reposting the audio of that interview.
The old culture war politics is dying but new culture wars are gathering force. The transformation of the battlefield will change our public life.
There they go again Given control of Congress and the chance to frame an economic agenda for the middle class, the first thing Republicans do is tie themselves in knots over abortion and rape.
Former Pennsylvania senator and tea party favorite Rick Santorum told NBC News he's not sure if he'll run for president in 2016, but if he does he'll try to be more palatable.
One of the most important -- and generally overlooked -- results of last week’s midterm election was Republican success in increasing control of state legislatures.One of the most important—and generally overlooked—results of last week’s midterm election was Republican success in increasing control of state legislatures.
In Texas, how far women have come can be measured by how far they have to go.
District Judge Lee Yeakel rejected part of Texas' anti-abortion law Friday, in effect preventing the closure of more than half the state's remaining clinics.
Roe v. Wade turned 41 on Wednesday, and in searching for images to illustrate our posts, we came up with some very weird, gross and even comical results.
On the 41st anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the legal battles over abortion in the United States still rage.
The federal government won't fund research into abortion care, including aspects of safety, even though one-third of women will have the procedure.