- Nordstrom comes out for gay 'marriage' in time for the holidays
- Planned Parenthood flooded with calls for imaginary mammograms
- Ill. Catholic Charities seeks new path without foster care, adoption
- Earlier abortion: Morning-after pill that can be taken five days later
- Billboard firm blocks pro-life group's advocacy work
Posted: 21 Oct 2012 08:33 AM PDT
Adding its company to a roster of massive corporations that includes the likes of Starbucks, Amazon.com, and Home Depot, Nordstrom has supported the redefinition of marriage in an internal e-mail to the department store chain’s employees.
Posted: 21 Oct 2012 08:30 AM PDT
Nearly 2,000 pro-lifers called local Planned Parenthood clinics Oct. 18 to schedule mammograms, after President Obama implied the organization offers the service.
Posted: 21 Oct 2012 08:03 AM PDT
The Catholic Charities agencies of Illinois are trying to meet society’s needs “in a different way” in their first year without the state contracts that supported their adoption and foster care services.
Posted: 21 Oct 2012 07:04 AM PDT
The third largest pharmacy chain in the UK, Co-Operative Pharmacy, have announced that some of their pharmacies will now sell a 'five-day-after pill' known as EllaOne over the counter with no requirement for women to have had a doctor's consultation.
Posted: 20 Oct 2012 03:06 PM PDT
A billboard company has blocked a national pro-life group's latest effort to post ads linking a congressional candidate to abortion funding – in the wake of a similar 2010 effort that resulted in a defamation lawsuit.