- NJ court rules: nurses don't have to participate in abortions
- Girl swept away by 2004 tsunami reunited with lost family
- 60 religious leaders unite against Obama insurance mandate
- College student wakes from coma hours before scheduled organ harvest
- Family stopped from forcing teen to have abortion
- Utah Supreme Court: fetuses are minor children
- Aussie psychologists support same-sex 'marriages'
- Abortion policy on PEI to remain 'status quo'
Posted: 23 Dec 2011 08:07 AM PST
A federal court late Thursday gave pro-life advocates a huge victory in the case of 12 nurses being forced to assist with abortions at a New Jersey hospital.
Posted: 23 Dec 2011 08:06 AM PST
A girl who was swept away in the Indian Ocean tsunami seven years ago said Friday that she broke down in tears after tracking down her parents, who had long lost hope of finding her alive.
Posted: 23 Dec 2011 06:16 AM PST
Sixty pro-life leaders and heads of faith-based organizations have signed off on a letter to President Barack Obama and HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius protesting the very narrow exemption to the health insurance contraceptives mandate.
Sam Schmid, an Arizona college student who was thought to be brain dead, recovered from injuries sustained in an automobile accident in October just hours before he was slated to be killed and his organs given to other patients.
Posted: 23 Dec 2011 06:11 AM PST
Attorneys with Texas Center for Defense of Life representing a 14-year-old girl secured a temporary restraining order yesterday from a Texas court that blocks several of her family members from forcing her to have an abortion against her will.
Posted: 23 Dec 2011 06:03 AM PST
Utah’s high court has ruled that the “plain language” of the legal term “minor child” includes children in the womb.
Posted: 23 Dec 2011 06:01 AM PST
The Australian Psychological Society (APS) has urged federal parliamentarians to change the law to permit same-sex 'marriage' on the grounds of mental health and well-being, despite the reality that only a few decades prior, the practice of homosexuality was widely recognized worldwide as a mental illness.
Posted: 23 Dec 2011 04:59 AM PST
Prince Edward Isle's Right to Life Association is pleased the government is sticking with the status quo, but also intends to keep pressure on the government. Ultimately, it would like to see access to abortions more restricted.