Texas is considering a bill that would stem forced abortions, including those committed against children, by making it illegal and providing needed resources.
American tax dollars have been proven to fund abortions but now an exhaustive study shows the money is coming from an unexpected source.
A left-wing political commentator's support of an abortion fund-raiser may actually motivate pro-lifers into action.
Promised safeguards and controls for euthanasia and doctor assisted-suicide in Belgium apparently aren't working, according to the latest study.
Several states are working on bills which ban a gruesome form of abortion.
Operation Rescue wants the state of Ohio to rethink it licensing of a Cincinnati abortion clinic.
Arkansas becomes the latest state to order that abortionists must follow Food and Drug Administration standards for RU486 abortions. The law includes a ban on "telemed" or webcam abortions.
Pro-life leaders are sending a message today, March 25, to Congress to help save the lives of preborn babies.
Mississippi's capital city has proven yet again to be unfriendly to pro-life demonstrators.
Police in Tampa, Florida, are being asked to enforce the law after an incident at an abortion clinic targeting pro-life counselors.
An Institute of Medicine report apparently favors advance care planning in ObamaCare – but there may be a hidden motive in advancing the concept.
Alliance Defending Freedom is raising questions about the relationship between Planned Parenthood and the city of El Centro, California.
Operation Rescue is again asking for an investigation of the St. Louis Planned Parenthood.
Oregon's latest report on doctor-assisted suicide has been released.
An expert on eugenics and abortion is taking issue with a Christian magazine for publishing a positive story about Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood.
Goliath won the latest round in support of assisted suicide in Vermont, but opponents have a David-like faith in strategy to eventually repeal what they describe as a "disgraceful" law.