- Radical NY abortion bill could close Catholic hospitals, Church warns
- An elopement lasting 80 years
- Obamacare funds for 'pre-existing conditions' drying up
- Phila. health board urges taxpayer-funded abortions
- More IVF for gay couples and over-40s on the NHS
Posted: 16 Feb 2013 07:58 AM PST
The state of New York could soon shut down Catholic and other health care providers for not offering or referring for abortions, according to the New York Catholic Conference. The group has been monitoring Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s abortion expansion bill with concern.
Posted: 16 Feb 2013 05:02 AM PST
John and Ann Betar, a Fairfield, Conn. couple who eloped to escape an arranged marriage 80 years ago, have been honored as the longest-married couple in the U.S. by an organization dedicated to strengthening marriage.
Posted: 16 Feb 2013 12:36 AM PST
Tens of thousands of Americans who cannot get health insurance because of preexisting medical problems will be blocked from a program designed to help them because funding is running low.
Posted: 16 Feb 2013 12:05 AM PST
The Philadelphia Board of Health announced Friday that it had adopted a resolution calling on federal and state elected officials to provide public funding for abortions, thus forcing taxpayers to pay for abortions.
Posted: 15 Feb 2013 11:00 PM PST
Despite a lack of funding and the medical needs of other British citizens, England's National Health Service plans to increase taxpayer-funded IVF availability for gays and older women.