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High Court Ruling Sends Abortion Clinics Scrambling To Adjust
The Supreme Court has struck down a Massachusetts law that requires a buffer zone around clinics offering abortion services. Advocacy groups on both sides of the issue offer their reactions.
Supreme Court Rules On Obama Appointments, Abortion Protests
The court ruled on cases involving some of President Obama's recess appointments and a Massachusetts law that created a buffer zone to keep protesters a certain distance away from abortion clinics.
The Women Behind 'Obvious Child' Talk Farts, Abortion And Stage Fright
For her first feature film, director Gillian Robespierre says she wanted to cast Jenny Slate in the role as an empowered, funny woman. They tell Fresh Air about what shaped them as women in comedy.
'Most Dangerous Book': A Rich Treasury Charting James Joyce's 'Ulysses'
There are many heroes in Kevin Birmingham's new book about the novel that sparked a revolution, but James Joyce isn't one of them. The strength of The Most Dangerous Book lies in its subtle details.
Lana Del Rey's 'Ultraviolence' Has A Firm Grasp On Pop History
Lana Del Rey continues a time-honored pop tradition of developing a public persona that challenges fans to decide what's real and what's not.
Interest Groups Come Down On Opposite Sides Of Export-Import Bank
Establishment Republicans and Tea Party conservatives clash over a federal agency that helps finance U.S. firms in foreign trade. The legal authority for the Export-Import Bank expires in September.
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