- Blogger recounts motherhood as spark that led to conversion
- Women speak out against 'extreme' abortion bill
- Human rights court: Europe cannot be forced to redefine marriage
- Abortion doc appears in court over abortions performed on tweens
- Denver appeals court strikes down Oklahoma gay "marriage ban"
- Slim Margin in Senate Shuts Down Bill to Override Religious Freedom Act
- Illegal immigrants giving children birth control 'in case they're raped while crossing'
- Why we don't use birth control
The conversion from atheism to Catholicism was a rewarding journey full of triumph and trial for Jennifer Fulwiler, as outlined in her recent book, “Something Other Than God.”
A federal bill to remove almost all abortion regulations is drawing strong opposition from critics who say that it would be devastating to health and safety of both women and their children.
The European Court of Human Rights ruled that the refusal to recognize same-sex “marriages” does not violate the European Convention on Human Rights.
A little more than a year ago Right to Life groups across Northern Indiana filed hundreds of complaints against Dr. Klopfer with the Indiana Attorney General's office. Right to Life actually uncovered the paperwork about the abortions performed on 13-year-olds, but not reported to the state within the required 3-day window.
A federal appeals court in Denver struck down a second state ban on same-sex "marriage" Friday, ruling that Oklahoma -- like Utah before it - cannot prohibit gays and lesbians from "marrying."
On Wednesday the U.S. Senate voted against considering S. 2578, a bill empowering the federal government to override the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and other federal conscience laws when it mandates including any "item or service" in health plans.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson warns that some parents of Central American children attempting to cross the U.S. border illegally already know of the risks, noting that some girls are given birth control “in case they’re raped along the way.”
Yesterday, the popular website, Buzzfeed, gathered 22 of their female employees in an attempt to highlight reasons why the women use birth control. The article does not address particular forms of birth control, nor does it address any concerns associated with the use of birth control. Other articles circulating social media had snippets of reasons that women use birth control.