With abortion rights under attack, women are left to fend for themselves—and each other

Tabatha Southey finds a small antidote to a growing chorus of mean and petty policy designed to make women’s lives more difficult

That old Liberal story: the ‘hidden agenda’

Andrew MacDougall: Why are Liberals tweeting and petitioning and fundraising about access to abortion, which is not under threat in Canada? They’re in panic mode.

Alabama is closer than we think

Anne Kingston: Canadians who reassure themselves that the southern state’s abortion ban couldn’t possibly ever happen here haven’t been paying attention

Black voters saved Alabama—despite efforts to keep them down

Opinion: Doug Jones may have defeated Roy Moore in their Senate race, but Alabama’s electoral history is still marked by efforts to frustrate the Black vote

Forget Roy Moore: The Democrats’ glass is actually half full

Moore has stained the GOP brand, and if the Dems can almost win in Alabama, they can win almost anywhere

Roy Moore preaches to his choir

On the campaign trail in Alabama, Steve Bannon’s anti-establishment Republican forces believed in God—and Moore, their God-fearing candidate

Roy Moore’s challenger, Doug Jones, attempts the impossible

Jones hopes to be the first Democrat elected to the Senate in a quarter-century. His hopes may rest on African-American voter turnout.

Roy Moore’s Alabama faithful pledge their allegiance near the pulpit

Allen Abel reports from a tiny church in the Alabama county that voted more decisively for Trump than any other county in the nation


The cost of racial intolerance

Alabama’s immigration laws are embarrassing the state, and costing it money