Abortion rights activists step up, expect Roe v. Wade to fall

“People call themselves community providers, and some of them are doulas, some of them are midwives. And because it's so hard to get abortions in many parts of the U.S., there have been people doing this work for a while. They are just now preparing to ramp up,” says Jessica Bruder, who recently covered the underground abortion network. Photo by Shutterstock.

Thousands of Ukrainians are trying to seek entry to the U.S. and are at the Mexican border. This raises questions over who is prioritized for political asylum.

Reproductive rights advocates are bracing for the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and are preparing to provide abortions to people who need the procedure.

Mifepristone and misoprostol are used to end pregnancies. Conservative states are rushing to heavily restrict access to them, as activists are trying to find ways around those policies.

Critics review new film releases: “Sonic The Hedgehog 2,” “Ambulance,” “Aline,” and “Cow.”