There is concern among pro-lifers in New Jersey over whether or when the state senate will take up a bill to legalize doctor-assisted suicide.
A Dallas pastor is challenging predominantly black mega-churches to fight against a Planned Parenthood located near them.
Even though pro-life counselors have had success in their campaign against a Michigan abortionist the most recent campaign against him has been lengthy and it is likely not over.
The National Right to Life Committee warns that a potentially bogus group is soliciting donations in their name.
Life Dynamics is calling for criminal investigation of a Florida abortionist who failed to report an abortion performed on a 12-year-old girl.
More facts are being revealed about the arrest of an Oklahoma City abortionist.
An Oklahoma City multi-millionaire abortionist is facing criminal charges after an investigation that was prompted by a complaint filed by Operation Rescue.
Apparently it will take a rising tide of public opposition to defeat a New Jersey bill to legalize physician-assisted suicide.
A lawsuit against a former Ohio abortionist could reveal violations of the state abortion clinic law, so he set up shop in Michigan while the suit moves forward.
Despite all of the public outcry about Ferguson teen Michael Brown and New York City’s Eric Garner, alleging that racially motivated police are killing off innocent black Americans, a much more telling account, courtesy of the Center for Disease Control (CDC), points to the abortion industry as being the main perpetrator of fatalities in black communities.
In the name of “family planning,” Western organizations with roots in London, New York and Brussels are facilitating population control campaigns in Malawi and other African nations through treating pregnant women with abortifacients and other forms of contraception that not only kill their preborn children, but sterilize the women as well.
The abortion industry is still protecting pedophiles in spite of undercover investigations making the practice public.
When it comes to webcam abortions, a pro-life organization in Iowa thinks the safety of women should mean more to abortion providers than profits.
Yet another scientific review this year is sending out a dire exhortation to doctors to sternly warn their patients considering abortion that above and beyond being fatal to their preborn children, scientific evidence is mounting up proving that there is a strong cause-and-effect relationship between abortion and breast cancer.
After its police prevented sidewalk counselors from sharing information about abortion with pregnant women — enforcing the same ordinance they use to get prostitutes off the street — the city of Fort Myers is being sued by the American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ).
Wanting to expand the abortion industry into the faith community, Planned Parenthood has come up with a letter to expectant mothers, assuring them that God is fine with abortion.