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Steve Carell, Taraji P. Henson Say America Needs Healing and Joy Right Now

At the premiere of ”Minions: The Rise of Gru,” the two stars spoke about how the country can weather dark days

How the Roe Reversal Is Impacting A Menstrual Wellness Startup

Actor and CEO Ashley Greene exclusively told LAMag that she can’t help but think about how the Roe reversal may impact her pregnancy—and potentially her company.

Halsey Says Good Riddance After Anti-Abortion Fans Ditch Concert

“If you don’t like it, I don’t know why you came to a Halsey concert," the musician told concertgoers upset by her views on abortion rights

Weary of ‘All this Bullshit,’ Howard Stern Mulls Presidential Run

Stern, who some still hail as “King of All Media,” stated that he is “not fucking around” in considering a run for the White House in 2024

Attorney General Garland Braces for Republican Onslaught on Abortion

The onetime Supreme Court nominee regroups and readies for court battles to come as red states seek other ways to restrict women's rights

NATAS CEO on Still Hosting Daytime Emmys Hours After Roe V Wade Was Overturned

“Daytime has been where we have confronted these challenging issues of the day and I expect we will continue to confront them now,” CEO tells LAMag
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Experts Gather for UCLA Law Talk on the Future of Reproductive Rights

With Roe v. Wade gone, law professors and activists discussed potential ways to combat this and further attacks on women's rights

Tamron Hall Describes How It Feels To Be A Black Woman As Roe v Wade Is Overturned (Exclusive)

“As we talk about voting rights, it's a reminder that we can't take anything for granted,” talk host tells LAMag

How L.A. Abortion Providers Are Prepping for Uptick From Out of State Patients

“We one hundred percent knew this was coming and we know that Los Angeles is a place that people think of and turn to," Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles President tells LAMag

Violence Against Abortion Clinics Skyrocketed in 2021

Stalking threats have spiked 600 percent while assault-and-batteries soared 128 percent, and abortion providers say they know who's to blame