An infamous Alabama abortion clinic may be closed for good.
A former congresswoman is pleased to see states doing what the federal government can't seem to do: Pass pro-life bills.
Operation Rescue wants a sleep-deprived abortionist put out of business.
Operation Rescue is hopeful an Oklahoma abortionist will be put out of business and in jail.
March 10th, when the legislative session begins, Louisiana lawmakers will be asked to tighten up abortion clinic restrictions.
Planned Parenthood claims its abortuaries exist to help women, but apparently money is more important than science to the abortion provider.
The Federal Drug Administration is considering technology to produce three-parent babies, but an expert who testified before Congress believes it's a bad idea.
The trend toward closing abortion clinics continues in 2014.
Ohio's enforcement of state abortion laws has become problematic for abortionists without admitting privileges at local hospitals.
Memphis pro-lifers will be on hand March 1 when an abortion clinic hosts a fund-raising party that tends to get risqué.
The euthanasia bill in Quebec, Canada is laid to rest for the time, but the media is making it difficult for opponents of the measure to make their message known.
An online pro-life source is looking to connect with more pro-life pregnancy centers to more effectively let pregnant women and girls know they have a choice.
Belgium has voted to euthanize adults and children under certain circumstances, so the question has been raised: Will ObamaCare do the same thing?
An international non-profit that works to end coercive population control and fight the myth of overpopulation has halted an attempt to convince women in Peru to abort their babies.
Pro-lifers at the University of Alabama can claim victory only because they were willing to defend their constitutional rights.
American Heritage Girls is gaining plaudits from conservative and Christian groups over a new patch its members can earn.