The Trump administration announced a new “conscience and religious freedom” office to protect health workers who oppose abortion, sex-changes and some contraception.
A federal judge in Philadelphia allowed an Obama-era rule, generally requiring employers and insurers to pay for contraceptive costs, to continue.
One case asks whether centers operated by abortion opponents must provide information on the procedure. The other is on political apparel at polling places.
Men have long complained about how condoms fit. Now a manufacturer is selling condoms in 60 sizes, in combinations of 10 lengths and nine circumferences.
New rules, which could be issued as soon as Friday, will roll back an Obama-era requirement for employers to include birth control coverage in their health insurance plans.
“Our Bodies, Ourselves,” published in the early 1970s, revolutionized how health care for women is discussed, laying groundwork for today’s resistance movement.