- Stem cell breakthrough may be simple, fast, cheap
- Brain-dead girl showing signs of life?
- Southwest Airlines Funds Radical 'Gay Task Force'
- Abortion Funds Go National
- Graphic pro-life images: Are they effective?
- Indiana House passes revised gay 'marriage' ban
We run too hard, we fall down, we're sick -- all of this puts stress on the cells in our bodies. But in what's being called a breakthrough in regenerative medicine, researchers have found a way to make ethical stem cells by purposely putting mature cells under stress.
A video released over the weekend shows Jahi McMath, who was left in a precarious medical state following a botched tonsillectomy, alive and moving her toes. Jahi was the subject of a national debate recently as her parents fought a hospital that wanted to remove her life support.
Americans For Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH) is exposing the radical corporate giving priorities of Southwest Airlines -- including Southwest's role as a major funder of the annual homosexual activist "Creating Change" conference put on by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (NGLTF).
In 2013, new state laws tightening regulations on abortion clinics had an unexpected consequence: They spurred the growth of “abortion funds,” nonprofits dedicated to helping pregnant women pay for abortions.
There are pro-life picketers who choose to carry gruesome signs outside abortion clinics that show the bloody aftermath of abortion.
The Indiana House of Representatives approved a proposal Tuesday that would place the state's gay "marriage" ban in the state constitution, while leaving the door open to eventual approval of civil unions.