- In pro-life cases involving 'Obamacare' abortion funding, Supreme Court has free speech concerns
- TV show declines model who wanted to abort her baby to appear on program
- Fed. judge rules Ohio must follow other states' "gay marriage" laws instead of its own
- Pro-life display vandalized at George Washington University
- Unborn child has ‘inalienable’ right to life ‘at all stages of development’: Alabama Supreme Court
- China's child porn purge
An Ohio law that was used to stifle the political speech of a pro-life group appears in jeopardy Tuesday after the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of Susan B. Anthony List vs. Driehaus.
Celebrity “reality shows” ordinarily take to controversy like a duck to water. But it was not long after a pregnant aspiring model said she would abort to increase her chances of appearing on “Celebrity Big Brother” than the British television program insisted Josie Cunningham would not appear.
According to a federal judge Monday in Henry v. Himes, the U.S. Constitution now requires that the laws of one state automatically supersede those of Ohio, whether or not Ohio approves. Same-sex "marriage" licenses from any jurisdiction are now valid in Ohio.
A school-sanctioned memorial display for victims of abortion at George Washington University was the target of several acts of vandalism by supporters of abortion last week, according to a report at Breitbart.com.
Children in the womb should have the same legal standing as other children, the Supreme Court of Alabama ruled Friday.
The Chinese government has shut down thousands of websites and social media sites in a bid to purge the internet of online pornography, it was revealed today.