- Lawmakers demand account of Planned Parenthood funds
- Abortion: The New American Family Value
- 'Schools must teach sex abstinence'
- Pro-abortion postcard campaign launched in Ireland
- Reuters endorses UK same-sex 'marriage' bill
- Controversy in Cologne: The German Bishops and the 'Morning After Pill'
Posted: 26 Feb 2013 09:13 AM PST
Members of the U.S. House of Representatives have requested a report from the government on the use federal funds given to Planned Parenthood and other organizations that provide abortions.
Posted: 26 Feb 2013 08:00 AM PST
By now, most Americans have heard about the TX teen who is suing her parents for pressuring her to have an abortion. The young lady is 16 years old, as is her boyfriend. Obviously, this is not a scenario most parents envision for their young daughters.
Posted: 26 Feb 2013 06:23 AM PST
Approaches which focus on harm reduction through contraception and preventing sexually transmitted disease "do not seem to be working", according to Christian education charity CARE for Scotland.
Posted: 26 Feb 2013 05:48 AM PST
The pro-abortion Abortion Rights Campaign has launched “10 days of abortion rights action” which will include a postcard campaign aimed at members of Irish government.
Posted: 26 Feb 2013 12:44 AM PST
News giant Thomson Reuters has waded into the arena of culture wars with an announcement on February 20 that it is throwing its support behind the same-sex "marriage" bill currently before the British Parliament.
Posted: 25 Feb 2013 03:35 PM PST
German law requires hospitals that treat rape victims to make available emergency contraceptive (EC) medications (also called “morning-after pills”). Many people believe that these medications can cause abortions by preventing the implantation of a newly conceived embryo, thereby causing an early abortion.