In what many consider a stunning upset, the Senate struck down a proposal to stop a Republican-led filibuster designed to stop abortions from being performed on U.S. military bases.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved 'Ella', a new morning-after contraceptive pill effective up to five days after unprotected sex or contraceptive failure, despite the lack of adequate clinical trials, critics say.
Documents and information provided by an abortion whistleblower indicated that botched abortions occur much more often than the public is led to believe according to a leading pro-life organization, Worthy News has learned August 18.
The U.S. Senate passed controversial health legislation Thursday, December 24, that observers said could define President Barack Obama's legacy and usher in near-universal medical
coverage for the first time in the country's history.
An elderly anti-abortion activist was attacked and seriously I injured in the American state of Arizona, a week after another 'pro-life' demonstrator was shot and killed, a Christian group confirmed Monday September 21.
A well-known activist of one of America's most influential Christian pro-life groups has been shot and killed in the U.S state of Michigan, officials confirmed to Worthy News in a statement Friday, September 11.
As part of a nation-wide trend, states – stretching from Montana to Maryland -- are introducing personhood bills to affirm the right to life for the unborn, starting from the moment of conception, Worthy News monitored Friday, February 27.
A new bill could give citizens in the least populated American state the right to constitutionally define a person as a human being from conception, as part of a national movement to reduce abortion rates, Worthy News monitored Tuesday, February 26.
A Chicago-based pro-life law center has launched a law suit against staff of a clinic involved in a botched late-term abortion in hopes it will result in charges of "infanticide" and "change public opinion" about this controversial procedure.
Britain's government adviser on the environment says abortions should be part of a policy against global warming and that couples who have more than two children are being "irresponsible."
Pro-life activists were weighing their options Monday, January 26, after President Barack Obama signed an executive order ending the ban on federal funds for international groups that perform abortions or provide information on the option.
A Christian conservative group in the United States has received permission to display a pro life vigil, which consists of 25 large signs showing the development of life from conception to birth, along the parade route during the Presidential Inauguration.
On Thursday, August 7, 2008, the U.S. Court of Appeals in Chicago handed down a decision upholding a federal trial court ruling that an ordinance in Granite City, Ill., regulating the manner in which individuals could distribute religious and other types of handbills was unconstitutional.
WASHINGTON (BP)--The U.S. Supreme Court should reverse lower-court decisions that struck down a ban on partial-birth abortion and rejected the Boy Scouts of America's prohibition against homosexual leaders, according to friend-of-the-court briefs signed onto by the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission.
WASHINGTON (BP)--The U.S. Supreme Court used the final day of its term to issue a quartet of decisions on moral and church-state issues, including deeply divided rulings upholding a private organization's freedom to bar homosexuals from its leadership and striking down a state's ban on an especially gruesome method of abortion.
SAN FRANCISCO (BP)--A federal appeals court has ruled that a group of anti-abortion activists were exercising their free-speech rights when they published "wanted" posters listing the names of abortion doctors, whom they called "baby butchers," CNSNews.com reported March 29.