Huffington Post - 4 hours 35 min ago
After the Alabama Supreme Court ruled that frozen embryos are children, Gov. Gavin Newsom called it a "war on women."...
The Hill - 6 hours 51 min ago
Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) went after her GOP colleagues on Sunday, claiming their words defending in vitro fertilization (IVF) are empty after an Alabama Supreme Court ruling last week. The ruling handed down Monday classifies fertilized embryos as children, meaning failed IVF procedures could result in criminal charges for hospitals and doctors. Multiple major Alabama...
New York Times - 7 hours 22 min ago
The Alabama Supreme Court ruled that embryos are people and have legal protections.
The Hill - 9 hours 3 min ago
The Alabama Supreme Court ruling that frozen embryos are children are putting Republicans in a bind, forcing them to distance themselves from some of the decision's sweeping consequences. Three fertility clinics in Alabama, including the state's largest health system, have paused to in-vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments in the wake of the shock ruling. It has...
The Hill - 9 hours 55 min ago
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) echoed former President Trump on the recent ruling on embryos from the Alabama Supreme Court earlier this month, arguing that they should work to make it easier for people to have children. The Alabama Supreme Court ruled that frozen embryos are people earlier this month, marking the first time a...
The Hill - 10 hours 17 min ago
Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) denounced the GOP response to an Alabama Supreme Court decision last week restricting in vitro fertilization (IVF), calling Republicans' reactions disingenuous and part of the party's efforts to limit women's reproductive rights. The ruling handed down Monday classifies fertilized embryos as children, meaning failed IVF procedures could result in criminal charges...
NBC News - 10 hours 50 min ago
NBC News Washington Correspondent Yamiche Alcindor discusses her visit to an IVF clinic in Alabama right after the state's Supreme Court ruled that embryos should be considered children.
Newsweek - 11 hours 27 min ago
Greg Abbott said Texas will be among the states that will be addressing IVF after the recent Alabama Supreme Court ruling.
NBC News - 12 hours 31 min ago
The Alabama state Supreme Court has ruled that frozen human embryos from in vitro fertilization are considered children, meaning discarding them could lead to legal or civil consequences. The revolutionary medical breakthrough has brought the gift of children to millions of parents who otherwise could not have them, so what is the future of IVF in the state? NBC's Priscilla Thompson reports in this week's Sunday Focus.
NPR - 13 hours 10 min ago
Analysis of another busy week in politics from former President Donald Trump's big win in South Carolina to the national political implications of the Alabama Supreme Court's IVF ruling.
Politico - 14 hours 3 min ago
Two major cases deal with GOP laws aiming to force Big Tech to carry all users' viewpoints. Yet with the changed social media ecosystem and Trump's reinstatement, conservatives may have already achieved their goals.
New York Times - 15 hours 59 min ago
The question the cases present transcends ideology. It is whether tech platforms have free speech rights to make editorial judgments.
New York Times - 15 hours 59 min ago
The Supreme Court's decision could reshape millions of social media feeds by giving the government influence over how and what stays online.
Chicago Tribune - 16 hours 3 min ago
On Feb. 25, 2022, President Joe Biden nominated federal appeals court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, making her the first Black woman selected to serve on it.
Slate - 16 hours 3 min ago
If embryos have the rights of personhood, IVF as we know it has to stop.
New York Times - 22 hours 57 min ago
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, right, and his wife, Virginia, have welcomed Ms. Clanton into their inner circle. The justice has called the allegations against Ms. Clanton unfounded and said that he does not believe her to be racist.