- New study proves all emergency contraception can cause early abortion
- CBS sitcom pushes soft porn boundaries on primetime
- Vote on Indiana same-sex 'marriage' ban pushed into next week
- Texas husband wants to pull plug on pregnant, brain-dead wife
- The inevitable push for polygamy acceptance begins...
- Lead developer of HPV vaccine comes clean: it's a scam
- Pope links horrific abortion, environmental abuse
- USA Today to Obama: Leave Little Sisters alone
- Fidelity urged amid Seattle school's 'gay marriage' controversy
- When will states stand up to the feds on marriage?
A new paper released today by the Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI) compiles new evidence showing that emergency contraceptives can operate as abortion-inducing drugs.
From “penis alerts” and jokes about anal sex to porn talk and allusions to masturbation, “2 Broke Girls” sounds like something you'd find late at night on HBO. Instead, it's a hit sitcom on CBS, smack dab in the middle of prime time at 8:30pm.
A critical vote on the proposal to ban same-sex "marriage" in Indiana's constitution likely will be pushed into next week.
The husband of a pregnant Texas woman -- who he says has been brain dead for seven weeks -- asked a court Tuesday to force a hospital to take her off a respirator, ventilator and other machines, saying her wishes shouldn't be disregarded, even if it means the death of their child.
Most Americans, when they think of plural marriage, associate it with the one-male, multifemale households of a rebel offshoot of Mormonism and of some contemporary Muslim cultures -- popularly known as "polygamy."
“The risks of serious adverse events including death reported after Gardasil use in (the JAMA article by CDC’s Dr. Barbara Slade) were 3.4/100,000 doses distributed,” Harper tells CBS NEWS. ”The rate of serious adverse events on par with the death rate of cervical cancer."
Pope Francis said world peace requires the defense of human dignity from violations such as world hunger, human trafficking and abortion.
The editors of USA Today have urged the Obama administration to stop trying to require the Little Sisters of the Poor to abide by the federal contraception mandate in violation of their religious beliefs.
Controversy over a Seattle-area Catholic school’s treatment of employees who contract same-sex “marriages” is being described as a chance for the school to explain Church teaching and defend the faith.
States need to start rising up and telling the federal government that when it comes to the definition of marriage, keep out of their business.