Michigan lawmakers are considering a bill that would inform parents if their unborn baby is handicapped.
A pro-life group wants Ohio to improve the state's process for closing substandard abortion clinics.
A resolution passed by the European Parliament could be used as a battering ram to suppress pro-life EU member states, says an international pro-life activist.
With the advance of knowledge, more premature babies are living outside of the womb, but technology that could save them at even earlier stages of development is now in the works.
Family planning and abortion proponents are invading Nigerian culture on the premise of helping women and girls impregnated by Boko Haram militants.
A group in Hungary has been found guilty of using aborted baby cells for profit, but it's not the first instance of such a crime.
On behalf of the Gates Foundation, Bill and Melinda Gates wrote a check to an Oregon gynecologist for $5 million to create a new sterilization agent for women that will be developed and promoted on a global scale.
The Netherlands is not prosecuting a man who helped his elderly mother kill herself.
A pro-life group is calling parents into action over a book written for young children in order to promote abortion — a book that continues to spark outrage.
Despite numerous pleas from the medical staff to keep an 80-year-old dementia patient alive, a judge in the Netherlands ruled that that the woman under their care must be euthanized, upholding her family’s court order.
The women of Uganda have lots of needs to improve their lives - but abortion is not one of them.
A pro-life group is asking questions about university researchers recruiting girls as young as 14 for a study involving abortions.
A pro-abortion doctor has written a book where he ignores evidence of the harm of abortion. His position conflicts with existing research.
San Antonio pro-life groups continue to battle against a new Planned Parenthood mega-abortion center.
Supporters believe yesterday's historic vote in Congress on a pro-life bill sends a message that could impact future federal elections.
A controversial ethicist at Princeton has once again made headlines, this time by suggesting that disabled children shouldn't be covered by health insurance policies.