- Nearly 80% of Americans back major abortion restrictions
- Boy's anti gay adoption op-ed lands him in hot water
- NJ Gov Says He'd Veto Gay 'Marriage' Bill
- Archbishop Gomez holds Requiem Mass for unborn
- US Senator: 'March for Life has greater impact than you know'
- Eyewitness account: March for Life 2012
- SCOTUS refuses to recuse Kagan from Obamacare debate
- Killing the young to heal the old
Posted: 24 Jan 2012 11:27 AM PST
As the United States marks the 39th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision, a new survey shows that the vast majority of Americans support significant restrictions on abortion.
Posted: 24 Jan 2012 10:35 AM PST
A 15-year-old Wisconsin boy who wrote an op-ed opposing gay adoptions was censored, threatened with suspension and called ignorant by the superintendent of the Shawano School District, according to an attorney representing the child.
Posted: 24 Jan 2012 10:28 AM PST
Chris Christie says he will veto a gay 'marriage' bill if it reaches his desk, but he supports putting the issue on the ballot.
Posted: 24 Jan 2012 10:09 AM PST
At a Jan. 21 Mass mourning the deaths caused by the legalization of abortion in the U.S. 39 years ago, Archbishop Jose H. Gomez of Los Angeles urged Catholics to build a culture of life.
Posted: 24 Jan 2012 09:42 AM PST
Although media may ignore the floods of pro-life demonstrators that clog the streets of Capitol Hill every year, their presence doesn’t go unnoticed by elected lawmakers, one U.S. Senator has said.
Posted: 24 Jan 2012 09:35 AM PST
March for Life 2012 dawned cold and rainy. For the thousands of young people who have grown up making the yearly trip to D.C., harsh weather conditions are nothing new. Washington in the middle of January feels like home. We know the city, its parks, landmarks, historic places — and the route we take to be the voices for the unborn.
Posted: 23 Jan 2012 02:50 PM PST
The Supreme Court on Monday denied a request for debate over whether Justice Elena Kagan should recuse herself from the health care reform case due to be argued in March.
Posted: 23 Jan 2012 09:51 AM PST
Scientists have improved the sight of two people who were almost blind by injecting their eyes with stem cells from destroyed human embryos.