Rewire.News (Rewire) is an online media outlet which covers abortion-related issues from a pro-abortion perspective. It was named RH Reality Check from its 2009 founding through 2016.  Its Board Chairman is president of Planned Parenthood Arizona. 
It was founded by the United Nations Foundation and went independent in 2012.  The UN Foundation was founded by media mogul Ted Turner in 1998 in support of the United Nations, though it is an independent organization.  Rewire has received substantial financial support from the Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation, a foundation associated with Warren Buffett that is reportedly the largest private funder of abortion advocacy, reproductive health, and family planning worldwide. 
On July 29, 2019, President and Editor-in-Chief Jodi Peterson announced that Rewire reduced staff in light of budget challenges. 
Rewire’s funding is primarily from large donors. Over $3.5 million of its $3.63 million in revenues in 2016 came from two donors.  Its revenue has been inconsistent; its 2015 revenue was just over $1.1 million, while 2014 revenue totaled nearly six million dollars. 
One of Rewire’s major funders is the Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation. Founded by billionaire investor Warren Buffett on behalf of his late wife, the Foundation provides substantial funding for Rewire, making grants to the group of approximately $3 million annually from 2015 through 2017. 
The Educational Foundation of America gave $25,000 to Rewire in 2014 and 2015.  The Compton Foundation gave $50,000 in 2012.  The David and Lucile Packard Foundation provided Rewire $200,000 or $250,000 each year from 2014 to 2019. 
Rewire provides reporting and commentary supporting abortion access and related issues such as contraception access, with a left-of-center perspective related to these core issues as well as economics, immigration, and social justice. 
It grew rapidly from three staff and 5,000 monthly readers in 2012 to 30 staff and 800,000 monthly readers by 2016. 
It also reported limited policy lobbying on its 2015 tax returns.  That year, Rewire posted “six campaign actions” on its website and sent the information to one of its e-mail lists. Rewire asked its supporters to oppose a ban on most abortions at 20 week’s gestation, to oppose the bipartisan Hyde Amendment (longstanding legislative language prohibiting federal funding of abortions except in very limited circumstances) in multiple bills, asking then-Senate Democratic Caucus Vice Chair Chuck Schumer (D-NY) to support then-President Barack Obama’s deal with Iran, asking President Obama to raise taxes by executive action, and asking Tennessee lawmakers to pass health care legislation called Insure Tennessee.
Rewire president and editor-in-chief Jodi Jacobson earned over $240,000 in 2015.  She previously spent her career in leadership roles in groups which advocate for left-leaning, abortion-related policies. 
Vice President and managing editor Regina Mahone was previously a staff writer for Philanthropy News Digest.  Rewire’s other vice president and managing editor, Kat Jercich, has a background in liberal advocacy journalism. 
Rewire’s Board of Directors is made up of abortion advocates and specialized professionals. Board Chair Bryan Howard is president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Arizona, Inc. and since 1997 been in senior roles with Planned Parenthood’s Arizona affiliates.