- Putin: Gays welcome at Olympic games, but 'must leave children in peace'
- From comatose to completely healed
- Broken families, promiscuity lead to higher abortion rates
- Abortionist complicit in rape cover-up of 13 year old
- Parents incensed over x-rated sex ed poster
- March for Life broadens focus to engage cultural, political realms
- North Carolina ultrasound abortion law ruled illegal by activist judge
- State bill seeks to make abortion 'class 3 felony'
Russian President Vladimir Putin says gays should feel welcome at the upcoming Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, but they must "leave the children in peace."
It was mild curiosity that drew John Virgin and his son Bryce to the flashing lights and commotion of an accident scene near their home.
Broken families and multiple sex partners lead to more abortions, according to a new report unveiled Wednesday by the Family Research Council.
Abortionist Ulrich Georg Klopfer has been criminally charged in Lake County, Indiana, with failing to file a timely report, a Class B Misdemeanor that carries a penalty of up to 180 days in jail and a $1,000 fine.
A Kansas father said he was shocked after he discovered his 13-year-old daughter’s health curriculum included references to vaginal intercourse, anal sex, and touching each other’s genitals.
As hundreds of thousands of pro-life Americans prepare for the annual March for Life, organizers of the event are already making plans to enhance their impact long after it concludes.
A federal judge on Friday struck down a 2011 North Carolina law requiring abortion providers to perform an ultrasound and explain it to a woman before having an abortion, arguing it violated the constitutional right to free speech of doctors.
In a move that has stunned abortion-rights advocates who pushed through a repeal of state criminal penalties last year, Colorado lawmakers have proposed a bill that “prohibits abortion and makes a violation a class 3 felony.”