- Congressional bill would ban race, gender-based abortions
- Abortion chain CEO: 'I accept that abortion stops a beating heart'
- Christmas Miracle? $3600 dropped in Salvation Army kettle
- Nigerian senate approves bill defending marriage
- Skin it to win it; celebs setting trend for young girls to bare it all?
- Breaking: Judge rules in favor of lawsuit alleging abuse in NY SSM case
- Notorious late-term abortionist given slap on wrist
- Congressional hearing on 'politicization of grants' and Catholic Church
- Canadian medical society president explains silence on abortion
- Conscience Cause: Will the President Make a Call for Liberty?
- Cardinal Burke: US 'well on its way to persecution of Christians'
- College prof arrested for viewing child porn on flight
- Seattle pharmacy continues fighting sale of 'morning-after' pill
Posted: 29 Nov 2011 12:18 PM PST
A U.S. congressman has reintroduced legislation that would ban sex-selection or race-based abortions. Congressman Trent Franks, an Arizona Republican who is a member of the House Judiciary Committee, has brought back the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act.
Posted: 29 Nov 2011 12:12 PM PST
Ann Furedi, chief executive of the abortion chain British Pregnancy Advisory Service recently engaged with Will Saletan in a debate over the issue of late-term abortion, admitting that abortion does in fact 'stop a beating heart.'
Posted: 29 Nov 2011 09:59 AM PST
The Salvation Army in Chattanooga, Tenn. says a Christmas miracle will make a big difference this year. Last weekend, someone dropped 36 $100 bills in one of the Salvation Army's signature red kettles.
Posted: 29 Nov 2011 09:48 AM PST
Nigeria's Senate voted Tuesday to criminalize gay 'marriage,' gay advocacy groups and same-sex public displays of affection.
Posted: 29 Nov 2011 09:08 AM PST
It is no longer be fashionable to leave a little something to the imagination. Scandalous looks are reigning supreme as stars show more and more skin on the red carpet, from dresses that barely skim bottoms to necklines that plunge to -- and sometimes past -- the belly button.
Posted: 29 Nov 2011 08:48 AM PST
The Honorable Robert Wiggins, Livingston County Supreme Court Judge, has upheld New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms' (NYCF) right to present evidence questioning the legality of the process and procedure whereby same-sex "marriage" became law in New York.
Posted: 29 Nov 2011 08:42 AM PST
The pro-life organization Operation Rescue says that it has been notified by the Maryland Board of Physicians that it has completed its investigation of late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart and has issued an “Advisory Letter” to him, based on their findings.
Posted: 29 Nov 2011 08:20 AM PST
After finding that government-funded grants had been denied to Catholic charities for religious discrimination, it was discovered that three other groups that were willing to provide abortion referrals and contraceptive services to victims were awarded the grants instead, although their performances were substandard in comparison.
Posted: 29 Nov 2011 07:53 AM PST
The president of the Prince Edward Isle Medical Society says her organization has refused to comment directly on the lack of abortion services in PEI due to the divided opinion of PEI doctors on the issue.
Posted: 29 Nov 2011 07:35 AM PST
The battle is over simple conscience rights that this president’s Department of Health and Human Services doesn’t think Catholic institutions and others with religious objections deserve when providing mandated health plans and contraception coverage.
Posted: 29 Nov 2011 06:26 AM PST
One of the highest ranking cardinals in the Vatican has said that the United States is “well on the way” to the persecution of Christians.
Posted: 28 Nov 2011 02:39 PM PST
A professor at the University of Utah pleaded not guilty Monday to charges he viewed child pornography on his laptop during a flight from Salt Lake City to Boston.
Posted: 28 Nov 2011 11:33 AM PST
A federal court is considering whether the state of Washington can require pharmacists to carry 'medications' like the abortion-inducing "morning-after" pill even if they oppose it on religious or moral grounds.