New Trump Rule Protects Health Care Workers Who Refuse Care For Religious Reasons

May 2, 2019 - 12:50pm EDT
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The rule strengthens protections for health care providers who are unwilling to provide services like abortions. Critics say it could put women's health in danger.

Oct 23 - 4:16pm EDT

As the election draws closer, a record number of Americans are voting early. So far, fears about delays in ballots being returned through the mail haven't materialized.

Oct 23 - 4:16pm EDT

The foiled alleged plot to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer follows months of misogynistic attacks and a legislature casting her as a tyrant. How are residents reacting?

Oct 23 - 4:16pm EDT

The Trump campaign insists there's a path to victory on Nov. 3, despite trailing in the money race and in the polls. We look at how the campaign is spending its time and money in the homestretch.

Oct 23 - 4:16pm EDT

A day after the final presidential debate, Democrat Joe Biden enters the home stretch of the election with a number of socially distant events in key swing states.

Oct 23 - 3:04pm EDT

The U.S. said earlier this week that it would remove Sudan from the state sponsors of terrorism list as part of the agreement.

Oct 23 - 1:38pm EDT

President Trump is headed to Florida where he remains popular — one poll shows him up more than 28 points in the Northwest region of the state. But Democrats are hoping to sway some voters.

Oct 23 - 12:09pm EDT

The optics of voting are particularly important this year, as millions more voters are expected to cast their ballots by mail and the president makes false claims about the integrity of mail voting.

Oct 23 - 9:28am EDT

A former prosecutor says the current administration's approach is "soul crushing" as he proposes changes for how future presidents can be investigated while in office.

Oct 23 - 4:58am EDT

Rachel Martin looks back at last night's debate with Democratic strategist Karen Finney and Republican strategist Scott Jennings.