Women's Health

    • High Court Allows Texas Abortion Clinics To Stay Open

      The Supreme Court's order, staying a decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit, will allow more than a dozen clinics to resume operations at least temporarily, until a legal challenge has been settled.

      (Daily Report) Oct 15

    • First Edition: October 15, 2014

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including the latest news regarding the second Dallas health worker diagnosed with Ebola and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's strategy to deal with the threat.

      (Daily Report) Oct 15

    • Viewpoints: Health Law Opposition Not Propelling GOP; Keep Politics Out Of The Fight Against Ebola

      A selection of opinions on health care from around the country.

      (Daily Report) Oct 14

    • Opponents Attempt To Outlaw Abortion State-By-State

      Also, ProPublica looks at how "personhood" movements could dismantle the Supreme Court's Roe vs. Wade decision upholding the legality of abortion.

      (Daily Report) Oct 13

    • First Edition: October 13, 2014

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including previews of what might happen during the health law's second open enrollment period, as well as the latest developments related to Ebola.

      (Daily Report) Oct 13

    • Abortion Ads Play Big In N.H. And Colo. Senate Campaigns

      As the senatorial campaigns in New Hampshire and Colorado continue to highlight candidate positions on abortion, the rhetoric over the health law calms a bit.

      (Daily Report) Oct 10

    • Long-Acting Contraceptives Still Often Not Free For Women

      The health law called for all FDA-approved birth control methods to be completely covered by insurance, but research suggests that many women still pay for some of the costs for options such as IUDs and injectable contraceptives.

      (Daily Report) Oct 10

    • Long-Acting Contraceptives Still Often Not Free For Women

      The health law called for all FDA-approved birth control methods to be completely covered by insurance, but research suggests that many women still pay for some of the costs for options such as IUDs and injectable contraceptives.

      (Story) Oct 10

    • First Edition: October 10, 2014

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including reports that Medicare's basic monthly premium will remain the same in 2015.

      (Daily Report) Oct 10

    • Coverage Gaps Still Persist Among Some Populations

      The Star Tribune reports on how some American Indians -- even now that the health law is in place -- continue to struggle with costs and other challenges related to securing health insurance. Meanwhile, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch examines how state decisions to expand Medicaid impact residents' options.

      (Daily Report) Oct 09