- Michelle obama: "make it a christmas treat to talk about obamacare"
- Family sends cease and desist letter to hospital threatening to pull the plug on daughter
- Belgium Senate passes euthanasia for children
- Extreme judicial appointee confirmed to key court position
- Married hetero gym teacher fired by lesbian boss for being 'traditional'
- Horror: rape of elderly nun shocks community; teen arrested, charged in case
- Judge raises bond to $1 million a day to bring child sex abuser into court
- Duck Dynasty superstar bagged over "anti-gay" comments
- Health group slams push for abortion in Catholic hospitals
Reaching out to "moms" on Wednesday, President and Mrs. Obama urged them to encourage others to enroll in Obamacare, suggesting that a discussion about it would be a "Christmas treat".
There has been a new development in the case of Jahi McMath, 13, who has been declared brain-dead just days after undergoing surgery to have her tonsils removed.er family is already devastated enough but now they are fighting the hospital, which wants to take her off life support against their wishes.
The Senate in Belgium last week passed legislation making it the first country to allow euthanasia for children. The country legalized doctor-assisted killing of patients in 2002, but had not allowed it for those under 18.
The confirmation of Cornelia “Nina” Pillard to the D.C. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals has prompted concerns from critics worried about her radical views on abortion and religious freedom.
A married, heterosexual gym teacher at a tony Upper West Side private school was fired because his lesbian supervisor disapproved of his “traditional family status,” the canned teacher claims in a new Manhattan lawsuit.
An 18-year-old Pennsylvania teen has been charged in the Dec. 13 rape of an 85-year-old retired member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Baden. The sister, who has not been identified out of respect for her privacy, was attacked in the parking lot of St. Titus Church in Aliquippa, about 30 miles northwest of Pittsburgh.
State prosecutors say they are "confident and satisfied" that Carl Philip Herold, accused of holding a child captive, sexually torturing him and producing child pornography of the torture, will show up for trial after a judge raised Herold's bond to $1 million cash.
A&E has placed Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson on indefinite hiatus following "anti-gay" remarks he made in a recent profile in GQ.
The New York Times was “inaccurate and irresponsible” to claim that Catholic hospitals' refusal to perform abortions threatens pregnant mothers in obstetric emergencies, the Catholic Health Association says.