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  1. How My Father, Ronald Reagan, Grappled With Abortion Opinion, Today

    Even as his beliefs on abortion shaped global policy, he was never entirely at peace with the issue.

  2. America Almost Took a Different Path Toward Abortion Rights Magazine, May 20

    Roe v. Wade was never expected to be the case that made history.

  3. A Moral Philosopher Helps Me Untangle the Questions Beneath the Abortion Debate Opinion, May 20

    The scholar Kate Greasley examines ethical quandaries around life, personhood and bodily autonomy.

  4. Donald K. Ross, Leading Public Interest Lawyer, Dies at 78 U.S., May 19

    A Ralph Nader acolyte, he galvanized students in the 1970s and promoted social change through legislation, legal action and political pressure.

  5. Oklahoma Legislature Passes Bill Banning Almost All Abortions U.S., May 19

    The legislation prohibits abortion from the moment of fertilization and relies on lawsuits from private citizens to enforce it. If the governor signs the bill, it would be the nation’s strictest measure, and take effect immediately.

  6. Abortion and America’s Polarized Politics Opinion, May 19

    Readers discuss a Ross Douthat column that views Roe as an inflection point in our divisions. Also: A threat to democracy; diplomacy in Ukraine; don’t name gunmen.

  7. ‘Misoginia de la era colonial’: en los fallos sobre los derechos de las mujeres se cita a un juez del siglo XVII en Español, May 19

    Tanto en India como en el borrador del fallo Roe v. Wade en Estados Unidos, todavía ocupa un lugar preponderante un juez inglés que escribió que las mujeres estaban obligadas por contrato a los maridos.

  8. A federal appeals court says the S.E.C.’s use of an in-house judge violates defendants’ rights. Business, May 18

    The ruling by an appeals court covering Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi applies only in that territory, but it’s the latest challenge to the way the agency handles enforcement actions.

  9. America’s Doug Mastriano Problem Opinion, May 18

    The Republican Party’s strategy to contain populist rebellion didn’t work in Pennsylvania.

  10. Covid Protocols Violated Man’s Right to a Public Trial, Appeals Court Rules U.S., May 17

    When a U.S. District Court judge in Oakland, Calif., blocked the public from watching a man’s 2020 trial, he violated the man’s right to a public trial, an appeals court ruled in throwing out his conviction on a firearms charge.

  11. Michigan Judge Suspends an Abortion Ban From 1931 U.S., May 17

    The law is obsolete because of Roe v. Wade but still on the books. Abortion rights advocates are worried that a potential Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe will revive it.

  12. The Latest on Abortion Rights in the U.S. Interactive, May 16

    Get caught up on the latest news about reproductive rights and the birth control.

  13. Abortions, Before and After Roe v. Wade Opinion, May 15

    Readers recall abortions after miscarriages, rape and fetal abnormalities, and an obstetrician and adoptive parent tell their stories. Also: An abortion fund.

  14. Abortion Rights Supporters March in New York City Video, May 14

    Thousands of people gathered in New York City and across the country to show their support for abortion rights nearly two weeks after the leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion overturning Roe v. Wade.

  15. With Roe in Peril, Thousands Gather at Marches for Abortion Rights U.S., May 14

    Nearly two weeks after the leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion overturning Roe v. Wade, protesters gathered in Washington, New York and other cities.

  16. The Push to Silence Protesters Over the Roe Decision Opinion, May 14

    Gathering near the homes of public officials is not a new trend.

  17. Too Much Church in the State Opinion, May 14

    What’s God got to do with it?

  18. Gearing Up for G.O.P. Gains, White House Braces for Barrage of Inquiries U.S., May 14

    The turbulent aftermath of the Trump era is taking the possibility of a divided government to new levels of intensity, as some Republicans appear eager to target President Biden and his family.

  19. ‘A New Generation of Powerless Women’: On Life Before Roe, and Fears for the Future Opinion, May 14

    Readers, including those who had abortions, an “unwanted fetus” and an obstetrician, recall how girls and women dealt with unplanned pregnancies pre-Roe.

  20. Justice Thomas Says Leaked Opinion Destroyed Trust at the Supreme Court U.S., May 14

    In remarks at a conference in Dallas, he also denounced the recent protests at justices’ homes and said conservatives would not adopt such tactics.

  21. How New York Is Preparing for an Influx of Out-of-State Abortion Patients New York, May 13

    When New York legalized abortion in 1970, nearly two-thirds of New York City’s abortions were for women from elsewhere. If Roe is overturned, a new surge is expected.

  22. How Overturning Roe Could Backfire for Republicans U.S., May 13

    The party was making headway with suburban women on crime, schools and inflation. Now the abortion debate is front and center.

  23. Harris Emerges as the Voice of Abortion Rights in the Biden Administration U.S., May 12

    The threat to Roe v. Wade presents Vice President Kamala Harris with an opportunity to recover from early political stumbles.

  24. The Looming End to Abortion Rights Gives Liberal Democrats a Spark U.S., May 12

    The progressive wing of the Democratic Party appeared to be flagging until a draft Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade leaked — and shook the political world.

  25. Appeals Court Revives Texas Law Targeting Social Media Companies Technology, May 12

    The law, prompted by complaints from conservatives, allows people to sue large online platforms that remove posts expressing a particular viewpoint.

  26. What’s the Best Way to Treat Addiction? Opinion, May 12

    Readers discuss whether forced treatment is effective. Also: Republicans and abortion; Supreme Court decline; caution on Ukraine; disconnecting from social media.

  27. Pregnant? Need Help? They Have an Agenda. Interactive, May 12

    If Roe v. Wade is overturned, more than half of American women of reproductive age will live closer to a crisis pregnancy center than to an abortion facility.

  28. California Can’t Keep Semiautomatic Guns From Young Adults, Court Rules U.S., May 11

    A panel from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit rejected a judge’s argument that those under 21 were historically “believed unfit” for “responsible firearm possession and use.”

  29. Don’t Be Fooled. It’s All About Women and Sex. Opinion, May 11

    What’s the difference between a woman and a sea turtle? The Senate wants to know.

  30. A Leaky Supreme Court Starts to Resemble the Other Branches U.S., May 11

    The disclosure of a draft opinion that would overrule Roe v. Wade, legal experts said, was evidence that the court is not much different from other Washington institutions.

  31. Why the Justice Department Is Unlikely to Investigate the Supreme Court Leak U.S., May 11

    The internal inquiry led by the court’s marshal has limited tools, but there are challenges to opening a criminal investigation.

  32. Assessing the Claims in the Alito Draft Opinion Overturning Roe U.S., May 11

    In the leaked draft, Justice Samuel Alito made assertions about fetal development, abortion procedures and international laws that were disputed or omitted context.

  33. A Post-Roe America, Part 2: The Abortion Providers The Daily, May 11

    People working in abortion clinics describe the likely effects on patients if the constitutional right to a termination is struck down.

  34. If There’s a Loud Fight About Roe, ‘Centrist America Will Just Turn Down the Volume’ Opinion, May 11

    What a reversal of Roe v. Wade might mean at the ballot box.

  35. How Democrats Want to Put Republicans on the Defensive on Abortion U.S., May 10

    While conservatives control the courts and key states, the public tends to lean in favor of abortion rights. Democratic leaders are trying to translate that sentiment into victories for the party.

  36. Edward J. Bronson, Who Fought for Fairer Trials, Dies at 91 U.S., May 10

    In cases like the Oklahoma City and Boston Marathon bombings, he favored a greater willingness to change trial venues to overcome bias and impact of publicity.

  37. Here’s How Democrats in Congress Are Trying to Protect Abortion Rights U.S., May 10

    Under legislation that is all but certain to fail on a test vote this week, abortion rights would be protected and a wide array of limits and bans would be barred.

  38. The Movement That Put Alito on the Court Isn’t Finished Opinion, May 10

    No one wages a generational battle to reshape American society for the sake of a partial victory.

  39. Why Is the Supreme Court So Secretive? Opinion, May 10

    Readers call for more openness and discuss judicial restraint and the justices’ religious beliefs. Also: Mask decisions; Twitter’s dark side; skipping school.

  40. Overturning Roe Will Disrupt a Lot More Than Abortion. I Can Live With That. Opinion, May 10

    There may be radical consequences beyond the hundreds of thousands of additional babies born.

  41. New York Lawmakers Push for Abortion Fund to Establish ‘Safe Harbor’ New York, May 9

    Lawmakers in Albany are considering a range of options to expand abortion rights in New York, as many other states prepare to restrict them.

  42. Sometimes, History Goes Backward Opinion, May 9

    The seeming demise of Roe v. Wade is only part of the story.

  43. I’m a Pro-Choice Governor, and I’m Not Going to Sit on My Hands Waiting for Congress Opinion, May 9

    A novel Michigan lawsuit will attempt to continue to make abortion available.

  44. The Supreme Court as an Instrument of Oppression Opinion, May 8

    In just a few short weeks, the fundamental right enshrined in Roe nearly 50 years ago could disappear overnight. What’s next? Is anything safe?

  45. If Roe Falls, Is Same-Sex Marriage Next? U.S., May 8

    The leaked draft opinion that would eliminate the constitutional right to abortion sent mixed signals about what other precedents might be at risk.

  46. If Roe Is Overturned, Where Should the Pro-Life Movement Go Next? Opinion, May 8

    “Now is not the time to brag or gloat or celebrate. Now is the time to get to work.”

  47. The Shifting State of Feminism in America Podcasts, May 8

    The feminist movement in the 1970s helped create the social conditions that brought about Roe v. Wade. But will modern feminism have the coherence to determine what comes after?

  48. Midterms’ Biggest Abortion Battleground: Pennsylvania U.S., May 8

    The leading Republicans running for governor in the state want to outlaw abortion. The presumptive Democratic nominee promises to veto any ban.

  49. Supreme Court Leak Inquiry Exposes Gray Area of Press Protections Business, May 8

    No law or written code of conduct prescribes how an investigation into the leak of a draft opinion should proceed, or whether journalists will be swept into it.

  50. A Leak That Slowed, but Did Not Stop, the Presses Times Insider, May 8

    Here’s how the Times report on the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion to overturn Roe v. Wade came together — and made it into print.

  51. Weekend of Abortion Protests Brings Out Supporters U.S., May 7

    Rallies in Houston and Chicago were among numerous events planned across the country.

  52. How Roe Warped the Republic Opinion, May 7

    Why Roe v. Wade may be overturned by the very forces of polarization it unleashed.

  53. Where Does the Anti-Abortion Movement Go After Roe? U.S., May 7

    The Supreme Court draft opinion signals a new era for the 50-year effort to end the constitutional right to abortion. Next goals include a national ban and, in some cases, classifying abortion as homicide.

  54. The Pro-Family Agenda Republicans Should Embrace After Roe Opinion, May 7

    The movement that describes itself as pro-life must encompass a broader vision of policy than just prohibiting access to abortion.

  55. Marilyn Monroe v. Samuel Alito Opinion, May 7

    Puritans are winning. Women are losing.

  56. How Will We Punish the Women Who Have Abortions? Opinion, May 7

    We can’t pretend that making it a criminal act won’t have consequences.

  57. Companies Are Stuck Between Their Workers and Politicians Business, May 7

    When Florida revoked Disney’s tax privileges, business leaders were shocked. Now, a Supreme Court leak has made some of them terrified of speaking out. More than a decade after the rise of the employee activist movement, corporate America faces tougher decisions.

  58. The Story of Roe v. Wade, Part 2: The Culture Wars (From the Archive) The Daily, May 7

    After abortion was legalized, two powerful movements took opposing sides and forged a new political landscape. (From 2018)

  59. The Story of Roe v. Wade, Part 1: Who Was Jane Roe? (From the Archive) The Daily, May 7

    How abortion became one of the most politically divisive issues of our time. (From 2018)

  60. How Roe Shaped the World of Work for Women Business, May 7

    Many factors drove women into the work force in greater numbers in the 1970s. Scholars argue that abortion access was an important one.

  61. Half of U.S. Women Risk Losing Abortion Access Without Roe Interactive, May 7

    Many of the millions of women who live in these states would be able to seek legal abortions elsewhere, but the barriers to access may be hard for some to overcome.

  62. Battle Over Abortion Threatens to Deepen America’s Divide U.S., May 6

    If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, all 50 states will be free to set their own rules, leading to one America where access to an abortion is guaranteed and another where it is outlawed.

  63. Roe’s Potential End Forces Politicians Into a Deeper Abortion Debate U.S., May 6

    Republicans face new pressure to define exactly where they stand on the hot-button issue, while Democrats must now fully confront a topic many have approached carefully.

  64. G.O.P. Lawmakers Recast Abortion Stance, Wary of Voter Backlash U.S., May 6

    While Democrats decry a draft opinion that would eliminate the constitutional right to an abortion, Republicans who worked decades for this moment have been largely silent.

  65. A Comprehensive Guide to Birth Control Well, May 6

    From condoms to IUDs to tubal ligation, experts weigh in on how to assess and obtain birth control options.

  66. Johnnie A. Jones Sr. Dies at 102; a Civil Rights Lawyer Early On U.S., May 6

    In 1953, he represented defendants in the Baton Rouge bus boycott, a model for later activism, after returning from World War II as a wounded veteran of D-Day.

  67. America Is Not Ready for the End of Roe v. Wade Opinion, May 6

    Americans are about to lose a constitutional right. It’s worth fighting for.

  68. A federal court clears the way for Florida’s restrictive voting law. U.S., May 6

    The appeals court said a lower court order blocking parts of the law had been issued too close to the state’s primary elections this summer.

  69. Maria Marcus, Public Interest Lawyer and Mentor, Dies at 88 New York, May 6

    She argued before the Supreme Court six times representing New York State, took on civil rights cases for the N.A.A.C.P. and taught at Fordham for decades.

  70. The Abortion Case: A ‘Spurious’ Argument and ‘Clear Bias’ Opinion, May 6

    Readers raise questions about the constitutional reasoning and Catholic influence in the leaked draft ruling. Also: Preventing addiction; access to parks.

  71. A Post-Roe America, Part 1: The Anti-Abortion Activists The Daily, May 6

    What next for a movement that looks to have achieved a decades-long goal?

  72. Bill Classifying Abortion as Homicide Is Advanced by Louisiana Lawmakers U.S., May 5

    The proposal threatens to prosecute women who end a pregnancy, a possible new frontier in the abortion debate as the Supreme Court appears inclined to overturn Roe v. Wade.

  73. Democrats Announce Vote to Guarantee Abortion Rights Video, May 5

    Senator Chuck Schumer, the Democratic majority leader, said he planned to bring up a bill that would codify abortion rights into federal law, despite clear evidence that the measure lacks the support to be enacted.

  74. Justice Alito’s Invisible Women Opinion, May 5

    He would erase the right to abortion without acknowledging the impact on women and on the constitutional understanding of sex equality.

  75. Protests Might Not Change the Court’s Decision. We Should Take to the Streets Anyway. Opinion, May 5

    Change takes time, and it starts when people come together in outrage.

  76. In Ireland, Abortion Rights Activists Oppose a Hospital Deal World, May 5

    The government delayed a decision on the proposal, amid concerns that a private charity might follow Catholic doctrine and limit abortions at a state-funded maternity hospital.

  77. The May 5 Midterms Primary Elections live blog included one standalone post:
  78. Democrats Plan a Bid to Codify Roe, but Lack the Votes to Succeed U.S., May 5

    In announcing a Wednesday vote on doomed legislation to enshrine abortion rights into federal law, the top Senate Democrat teed up a political fight for the midterm campaign.

  79. Performing a Comedy About Abortion, Watching the Supreme Court Arts, May 5

    Alison Leiby had just performed her show “Oh God, a Show About Abortion” when she learned of the leaked draft opinion showing that the court could be on the verge of overturning Roe v. Wade.

  80. Democrats Aim to Use Abortion Rights to Jolt State Legislative Races U.S., May 5

    A party group has circled a handful of states where Democrats hope to hold or flip control. The draft ruling on Roe v. Wade “has the potential to be a game-changing issue,” its leader said.

  81. A Post-Roe Map of America The Daily, May 5

    Where in the United States would access to abortion be assured, and where would it be in jeopardy?

  82. Abortion Pills Stand to Become the Next Battleground in a Post-Roe America Health, May 5

    Medication abortion allows patients to terminate early pregnancies at home. Some states are moving to limit it, while others are working to expand access.

  83. Beware the Feminism of Justice Alito Opinion, May 5

    Women apparently have advanced so far, they no longer need guaranteed access to abortion.

  84. The ‘Frighteningly Autocratic’ Implications of Overturning Roe v. Wade Opinion, May 5

    The abortion rights advocate Nancy Northup discusses Justice Alito’s leaked draft opinion and an America without guaranteed abortion rights.

  85. With Roe Under Threat, Biden Is an Unlikely Abortion Rights Champion U.S., May 5

    Over the course of a half-century in national politics, President Biden has evolved from an outright critic of Roe to a seemingly reluctant and largely quiet supporter.

  86. As Leak Theories Circulate, Supreme Court Marshal Takes Up Investigation U.S., May 4

    Not since Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein refused for decades to disclose the identity of their Watergate source has Washington been as eager to unmask a leaker.

  87. Corporate America Doesn’t Want to Talk Abortion, but It May Have To Business, May 4

    In a deeply divided nation, public statements on Roe v. Wade can affect everything from recruiting to a company’s bottom line. So far, that has kept almost everyone quiet.

  88. The Fight Over Abortion History Arts, May 4

    The leaked draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade also takes aim at its version of history, challenging decades of scholarship that argues abortion was not always a crime.

  89. Four Reasons the End of Roe v. Wade Terrifies Me Opinion, May 4

    In revoking a right most Americans want, the Supreme Court risks doing tremendous damage to the country — and to itself.

  90. Your Thursday Briefing: A Ban on Russian Oil? Briefing, May 4

    The E.U. proposed a total embargo.

  91. New Jersey Man Is Sentenced to 14 Years in Online Dating Scheme U.S., May 4

    Rubbin Sarpong and his co-conspirators posed as U.S. service members on dating websites, stealing $1.75 million from more than 40 victims, prosecutors said.

  92. Imagining a Post-Roe America: ‘I Am Scared’ Opinion, May 4

    A 22-year-old woman fears losing control over her body, and an 80-year-old recalls her illegal abortion. Also: Russian oligarchs’ property; Pelosi in Kyiv.

  93. Roe contra Wade inspiró a activistas en todo el mundo. Ahora están repensando su estrategia en Español, May 4

    Los movimientos feministas alrededor del mundo han elegido dos caminos para proteger el derecho al aborto: la vía de los tribunales y la de la legislación. Los sucesos en EE. UU. provocan una amplia reflexión sobre ambos.

  94. Do Americans Support Abortion Rights? Depends on the State. The Upshot, May 4

    Polling suggests an overturning of Roe v. Wade might not carry political consequences in states that would be likeliest to put in restrictions.

  95. What is a trigger law? And which states have them? U.S., May 4

    More than a dozen states have implemented legislation that would outlaw or severely restrict abortions, on the assumption that the Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade this summer.

  96. Leak Heightens the Perception of a Politicized Supreme Court U.S., May 4

    Even some harsh critics of Roe v. Wade see a court that reflects and amplifies the nation’s political divides.

  97. Roe Inspired Activists Worldwide, Who May Be Rethinking Strategy World, May 4

    Feminist movements in some countries similarly sought abortion protections in their courts, but for others, the goal was legislative change.

  98. Which states are reinforcing abortion rights? U.S., May 4

    Several states have already taken steps to protect abortion rights, and many are taking additional measures in anticipation of the Supreme Court ruling.

  99. Is This How Roe Ends? The Daily, May 4

    A leaked draft opinion from the Supreme Court suggested that it was preparing to overturn the constitutional right to abortion.

  100. What Was the Strategy Behind the Supreme Court Leak? Opinion, May 4

    Was it meant to galvanize the left or right? It is something of a mystery.

  101. Abortion Rights Demonstrators Rally in U.S. Cities Video, May 3

    Thousands of protesters took to the streets after a leaked draft decision showed a majority of Supreme Court justices would vote to overturn Roe v. Wade.

  102. The May 3 Ohio Indiana Primary Election live blog included one standalone post:
  103. ‘You Haven’t Seen Anything Yet’: What’s Next if Roe Goes Opinion, May 3

    A conversation on the extraordinary Supreme Court leak that could forever change reproductive rights in America.

  104. Leaked Threat to Roe v. Wade Stuns, Then Energizes Americans U.S., May 3

    Supporters and opponents of abortion rights were anticipating a Supreme Court decision this summer, but the sudden release of a draft opinion set off a wave of impromptu protests.

  105. Hochul Says New York Will Fight for Abortion Rights Video, May 3

    Gov. Kathy Hochul denounced the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade and vowed that New York State would continue providing reproductive care.

  106. The Leaked Draft Opinion on Roe Draws on Familiar Arguments U.S., May 3

    Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. argued two basic points: The Constitution is silent on the question of abortion and Roe’s flaws make it unworthy of respect as precedent.

  107. Overnight, Midterms Get a White-Hot New Focus: Abortion U.S., May 3

    Exultant Republicans planned new bans. Democrats, who have struggled to rally around abortion rights, hoped a bruising Supreme Court loss could jolt their voters into action.

  108. For Conservative Legal Movement, a Long-Sought Triumph Appears at Hand U.S., May 3

    For half a century, right-wing legal thinkers have been working toward the moment foretold by a leaked draft of a Supreme Court opinion.

  109. Democrats Vow a Response to Roe’s Demise but Have Few Options U.S., May 3

    With neither the 60 votes needed to break a filibuster of legislation to protect abortion rights nor the 50 votes to pass it, Senate Democrats said they would try anyway.

  110. Do You Work at an Abortion Clinic? Reader Center, May 3

    We’re interested in hearing from people whose work may be directly affected by a Supreme Court reversal of Roe v. Wade.

  111. Your Wednesday Briefing: The End of Roe? Briefing, May 3

    Abortion is in jeopardy in the U.S.

  112. Overturning Roe Is a Radical, Not Conservative, Choice Opinion, May 3

    An abrupt and profound change to an established law is utterly destructive to respect for the law.

  113. Rob Stein, Who Changed How Politics Is Funded, Dies at 78 U.S., May 3

    In the wake of Republican electoral victories in 2004, he convened major liberal donors to finance a network of political groups aligned with Democrats.

  114. Demonstrators Gathered at Supreme Court Lament, and Celebrate, Leaked Draft U.S., May 3

    Armed with megaphones, signs, buttons and at least one letterpress for speedy poster production, groups supporting and opposing abortion rights demonstrated.

  115. An America Without Roe v. Wade Will Be a Dark Place Opinion, May 3

    The coming nightmare of illegal abortion.

  116. Where Abortion Could Be Banned Without Roe v. Wade Interactive, May 3

    If the Supreme Court were to end Roe v. Wade, about half of states would be expected to ban abortion quickly or limit it heavily.

  117. Supreme Court Roe Reversal Would Jeopardize Other Rights, Biden Says Video, May 3

    President Biden said the leaked draft of a Supreme Court ruling poised to reverse Roe v. Wade, if finalized, could undermine a range of rights beyond abortion, including same-sex marriage.

  118. ¿Qué pasaría si se anula Roe v. Wade? Respondemos las dudas clave en Español, May 3

    De revocarse el emblemático fallo, el aborto seguiría siendo legal en alrededor de la mitad de los estados, pero el resto de EE. UU. tal vez lo prohibiría.

  119. How companies have handled restrictive abortion laws. Business, May 3

    A leaked Roe v. Wade draft ruling could raise pressure on business leaders to take a stand.

  120. A Supreme Court in Disarray After an Extraordinary Breach U.S., May 3

    The leak of a draft majority opinion overruling Roe v. Wade raises questions about motives, methods and whether defections are still possible.

  121. Here are key passages from the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion. U.S., May 3

    The wording in the 98-page ruling by Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. could still change. As drafted, it shows a majority of the court voted to overturn Roe v. Wade.

  122. Reversing Roe v. Wade: What It Would Mean for Women, and the Court’s Credibility Opinion, May 3

    Readers react to news of a leaked draft indicating a likely overturning of the landmark abortion rights decision.

  123. This Supreme Court Is Out of Step With Most Americans Opinion, May 3

    We’re seeing a breakdown of internal norms that tracks with the broader erosion of American institutions in recent years.

  124. So, wait, Ohio will have a second primary? U.S., May 3

    State legislative races will be absent from Tuesday’s ballot after the Ohio Supreme Court rejected Republican-drawn political maps four times.

  125. Roe contra Wade: una guía rápida con lo que debes saber en Español, May 3

    Aquí tienes una breve historia sobre el caso emblemático que legalizó el aborto en Estados Unidos.

  126. Inside Politico’s Historic Scoop Business, May 3

    The publication knew it was onto something big. But first, its leaders had to host a prominent Washington event and say nothing.

  127. Business and Roe v. Wade Business, May 3

    After a Supreme Court bombshell, companies may find themselves thrust further into the political fray.

  128. Quick Facts You Should Know About Roe v. Wade U.S., May 3

    A short history of the landmark case.

  129. Roe, on the Edge Briefing, May 3

    Roe v. Wade seems to be on the cusp of falling.

  130. In Europe, Possible Roe Reversal Elicits Concern and Criticism U.S., May 3

    European countries have been moving toward more, not less, abortion access.

  131. What Would the End of Roe Mean? Key Questions and Answers. The Upshot, May 3

    Abortion would remain legal in about half of states, but the rest would likely ban it. The number of abortions would probably fall, particularly among poor women in the South and Midwest.

  132. In Housing Court, Tenants Are Being Evicted Again New York, May 3

    New York City tenants have been tossed out of their homes in more than 500 cases since the eviction moratorium was lifted.

  133. The May 3 Roe V Wade Abortion Supreme Court live blog included two standalone posts:
  134. National Democrats Make Last-Gasp Push to Keep N.Y. District Maps New York, May 2

    Democrats are seeking to reinstate congressional district maps that were declared unconstitutional last week by New York’s highest court.

  135. After a Two-Year Dip, Evictions Accelerate in New York New York, May 2

    Activity in the city’s housing courts, which used to process more eviction cases than any other city in the nation, is rising after a pandemic moratorium.

  136. Supreme Court Rules Against Boston in Case on Christian Flag U.S., May 2

    The court unanimously ruled that the city, which has approved many other requests to raise flags at its City Hall, violated a Christian group’s free speech rights.

  137. Gorsuch Calls for Overruling ‘Shameful’ Cases on U.S. Territories U.S., May 2

    The justice urged his colleagues to revisit the Insular Cases, which denied full constitutional protection to unincorporated territories. A petition filed last week gives them a chance.

  138. Will Trump Face a Legal Reckoning in Georgia? Opinion, May 2

    It may be the most serious prospect of prosecution that Trump and his associates are facing.

  139. On the Scene: Hillary Clinton at ‘Suffs’ Interactive, May 1

    Hillary Clinton attended a benefit performance of "Suffs," a new musical about the women’s suffrage movement.

  140. The Party of Big Business Is Getting More Anti-Conservative by the Day Opinion, May 1

    Ron DeSantis and others are desecrating what the G.O.P. long championed.

  141. Connecticut Moves to Blunt Impact of Other States’ Anti-Abortion Laws New York, April 30

    The state is among several acting to strengthen abortion rights protections as a Supreme Court ruling that could overturn Roe v. Wade looms.

  142. Musk Joins Moguls to Kill S.E.C. ‘Gag Orders’ at the Supreme Court Business, April 30

    Elon Musk joined an amicus brief that could have big implications for how the S.E.C. brings cases and whether defendants who settle can ever talk about them.

  143. Prayer on a School Football Field: Awaiting a Supreme Court Ruling Opinion, April 29

    Readers discuss whether a high school coach had the right to kneel and pray after games. Also: Genocide in Ukraine; Amazon’s response; Republican lies.

  144. Family Court Lawyers Flee Low-Paying Jobs. Parents and Children Suffer. New York, April 29

    New York hasn’t raised the attorneys’ fees since 2004, creating a shortage that has denied the most vulnerable their constitutional right to a lawyer.

  145. Supreme Court Bans Recovery for Emotional Harm in Discrimination Suits U.S., April 28

    Splitting 6 to 3, the court ruled that facilities receiving federal money cannot be sued under four federal laws for discrimination that causes emotional distress.

  146. The Unsettling Warning in France’s Election World, April 27

    A record number of abstentions, and a strictly binary choice for voters — many of whom said they were picking the lesser of two evils — are trouble signs even within a mature democracy.

  147. Supreme Court Leans Toward Coach in Case on School Prayer U.S., April 25

    Members of the court’s conservative majority indicated that the coach, Joseph A. Kennedy, had a constitutional right to kneel and pray at the 50-yard line after games.

  148. No Matter How You Feel About Masks, You Should Be Alarmed by This Judge’s Decision Opinion, April 25

    The ruling could prevent the federal government from nimbly responding to future pandemics.

  149. Marjorie Taylor Greene Denies ‘Insurrectionist’ Charge in Court U.S., April 22

    In an extraordinary administrative law hearing, the Georgia representative was forced to defend her actions surrounding the attack on the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.