- Texas man wants pregnant wife off life support despite state laws
- Georgetown prof makes obscene and rediculous remarks about loving Jesus
- Planned Parenthood pens 'Twelve Days of Contraception' Christmas carol
- ObamaCare's last-minute sign-up rush
- Outgunned: Fans, corporate sponsors stand by Duck Dynasty star while A&E continues suspension
- Utah judge strikes down state’s marriage amendment: could force same-sex ‘marriage’ nation-wide
- Homosexual org. expects $34 million in taxpayer funding for LGBTQ sport facility
- EU initiative seeks to impose ‘gay hate crime’ legislation on all member states
- PA gov backs bill to force Catholic schools to keep gay teachers
- 'Duck Dynasty': Twitter blocks 'iStandWithPhil.com' content
- Wriggling worm is breakthrough for artificial life
- Feds see surge in children crossing US border amid concerns over immigration
- Young couples moving back home to save money for baby
A Texas man wants to take his pregnant wife off of life support – despite state laws prohibiting him from doing so, ABC News' Dallas-Fort Worth affiliate WFAA-TV reported.
Georgetown professor Michael Eric Dyson tells host Joy Reid that the Bible could be viewed as homoerotic.
Staff members of the Arizona affiliate of Planned Parenthood are celebrating the season by changing the lyrics of the traditional Christmas carol, “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” to accommodate the abortion industry.
While millions of Americans make a last-minute rush to stores to find one more Christmas present Tuesday, Americans in 36 states are getting one more opportunity to sign up for ObamaCare after the White House extended Monday's deadline by 24 hours.
Despite an international furor and a suspension by A&E following remarks on homosexuality in a recent GQ interview, Phil Robertson, the star of “Duck Dynasty,” is sticking by his guns: and so are his fans and corporate sponsors.
A federal judge struck down Utah's constitutional marriage protection amendment on Friday, a decision that threatens to overturn state marriage protection amendments in every other state in the union.
A homosexual organization is banking on Canadian taxpayers to partially foot the bill to build what it calls the “first ever LGBTQ-focused” sports and recreation center in Toronto.
Pro-family leaders are gearing up to fight a new report that, if accepted by the European Parliament, would impose homosexual hate crime legislation on all EU member states, saying that it amounts to the “next assault” on the rights and prerogatives of the traditional family in Europe.
Republican Governor Tom Corbett has announced that he supports a bill to prohibit alleged discrimination by state employers “based on an individual's sexual orientation or gender identity or expression.” A sponsor of the Senate version said the bill would force Catholic schools to retain homosexual teachers who get “married” in other states.
In the latest development in the ongoing culture war surrounding Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson’s controversial remarks on homosexuality, the pro-Robertson website iStandwithPhil.com was flagged on Twitter, prohibiting users from posting messages containing links to the page. Twitter removed the block late on Dec. 23, and a Twitter spokesperson explained that an outside organization that tracks spam sources had mistakenly flagged the URL as spam.
An ambitious project to recreate an entire roundworm, cell by cell, in a software model has reached a crucial breakthrough as the digital animal wriggled for the first time.
The number of children caught crossing the U.S. border has surged over the last two years, raising questions about whether the Obama administration's changing immigration policies are creating a magnet.
“Young couples, when they have a child or when they’re planning to have a child, are moving back in with their parents,” said Carmen Wong Ulrich, BabyCenter Financial expert,. “Ten percent of young women are staying, living at home with their parents to save money to have children. This is a new trend.”