Companies that have said they would cover travel expenses for employees who need abortions include Starbucks, Tesla, Yelp, Airbnb, Netflix, Patagonia, DoorDash, JPMorgan Chase, Levi Strauss & Co. and Reddit.
Across China, the police are buying technology that harnesses troves of data on civilians to predict crimes and protests before they happen. The systems target people deemed suspicious even if they’ve done nothing wrong.
The New York Times spoke with seven gynecologists and reproductive health experts, seeking to identify and explain the types of contraceptives currently available, how to get them and what side effects and risks they carry.
"Giuliani’s rise to power in New York was often marked by venality, but nothing from his mayoral or prosecutorial years resembles his near-complete moral collapse under Donald Trump," writes Andrew Kirtzman in a guest essay.
One day after the end of Roe v. Wade, clinics are canceling appointments out of fear of prosecution. Women are scrambling to find treatment in neighboring states. Advocates are trying to raise money to transport women to clinics that are often far away.
A Chihuahua mix named Mr. Happy Face won the 2022 World’s Ugliest Dog contest out of a field that included a "hairless mutant," a creature that resembled "a hyena or mandrill baboon" and a dog with a "gorilla-looking head," contest organizers said.
The beginning of the end of Roe v. Wade began 12 years ago, after Republicans swept state house elections and passed hundreds of restrictions. Even some of the most ardent anti-abortion activists did not see the shift coming.
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