- Arkansas AG supports same-sex 'marriage,' but will defend state's ban
- France tells UN abortion should be an international human right
- Actress Swoosie Kurtz describes the "anguishing" experience of having an abortion in her youth
- Thousands of pro-lifers line the streets of Dublin to protest abortion
- US pro-life groups inspire movement in Europe
- Teen pregnancies cost Florida taxpayers $443 million, study says
Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel said Saturday he supports allowing same-sex couples to "wed" but will continue defending his state's 2004 ban on gay marriages in court.
France claimed abortion is a right under international humanitarian law at the U.N. Security Council last week even though the claim is widely viewed as far-fetched and inappropriate.
During a HuffPost Live interview Wednesday, Emmy award-winning actress Swoosie Kurtz described the "anguishing" experience of having an abortion in the 1960s.
Thousands of pro-life people lined the streets of Dublin on Saturday to protest abortion and tell the government the pro-life movement in Ireland still strongly opposes its bill that was the first step to legalizing abortions.
U.S. abortion opponents are giving new life to the movement abroad, where once-stagnant European allies are pushing changes that could affect the whole continent.
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, teens and their children are much more likely to have lower education, health and economic outcomes than those who wait to have children. As a result, taxpayers are on the hook for billions in related costs, according to a new study by the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy.