Guttmacher Institute

  • News

    September 4, 2013

    WBAI's Death by Democracy

    Warring activists cause a legendary public radio station to implode

  • Blogs

    July 17, 2012

    More Ladies Are Using Long-Term Birth Control, Researchers Say

    More American women are using effective, long-term contraceptives -- namely, intrauterine devices (IUDs) -- a new Guttmacher Institute study indicates. IUDs are implanted in a woman's uterus and can prevent birth for up to 10 years and tend to have a one percent or less annual pregnancy rate, mean ... More >>

  • News

    November 8, 2005

    Born Again

    When it comes to the abortion issue, TV shows are where they were 30 years ago.

  • News

    November 1, 2005

    Roe v. No

    The fight over Alito misses the daily defeat of legal abortion

  • Specials

    October 18, 2005

    A New Kind of Abortion War

    Stealth Pro-Life Campaign Erodes Reproductive Rights

  • People

    October 11, 2005


    Affordable health care and services for women

  • Specials

    August 23, 2005
  • News

    July 5, 2005

    Hillary's Plan B

    Clinton calls Bush's bluff on science, women's rights, and the morning-after pill

  • News

    January 11, 2005

    When There Was No Choice

    On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the memory of illegal abortion fades

  • News

    May 4, 2004

    NyQuil, Yes. Morning-After Pill, No.

    Bush welcomes next wave of teen mothers

  • News

    December 2, 2003

    Period Peace

    Women Get Their Revolution in Birth Control—Sort Of

  • Specials

    July 16, 2002
  • News

    July 2, 2002

    Emergency Landing

    They Come to New York Needing Second-Trimester Abortions. An Underground Network Keeps Them Safe.

  • News

    December 25, 2001

    A New Kind of Abortion War

    Stealth Pro-Life Campaign Erodes Reproductive Rights

  • Specials

    May 9, 2000
  • NYC Life

    April 25, 2000

    Spread ‘Em

    Pro-Choice Is No-Choice on Campus

  • News

    January 18, 2000

    No-Sex Ed

    City Programs Face the Trials of Teaching Abstinence