In January, the U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear a case that could further erode the barrier between church and state.
The Trump administration sought to enshrine discrimination in medical care, but the courts are refusing to let them.
A new study finds that patients still mistakenly expect to receive services such as sterilization, abortion, and in vitro fertilization in hospitals they recognize as Catholic.
A spokesperson for the University of Vermont Medical Center said the Trump administration's allegations are "not supported by the facts."
The State Department's new human rights commission will be led by an anti-choice activist.
Republican members of Congress continue to push the false narrative that medication abortion—especially through telemedicine methods—is unsafe and poorly regulated.