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When Sharen Neuhardt's best friend came to her worried that she might be pregnant, neither of the high-school sophomores knew what to do.
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As I entered the hotel, a reporter was asking a woman how feminism had changed over the years.
Sarah Weddington, the lawyer who successfully argued the landmark Roe v. Wade case, spoke in Knoxville on Saturday at the annual Women of Faith Luncheon.
The case centers around Professor Bogdan Chazan, one of Poland's top doctors and director of the Holy Family Hospital in Warsaw .
Denver, Colo., Jul 12, 2014 / 06:02 am .- Catholic involvement in civic life is necessary to defend human dignity and move society in a positive direction, says the author of a new book on Catholics principles in public life.
The pro-life activist who was attacked by a pro-abortion feminist in Columbus, Ohio this week has a priceless reaction to what happened.
The group Created Equal is known to stage anti-abortion protests outside the State House on South High and Broad Street.
Townhall News Editor Katie Pavlich's new book '" Assault and Flattery " exposes the Democrat Party's manipulative tactics in trying to convince women Republicans are taking away their reproductive rights.
Planned Parenthood faces a legal challenge in Colorado after Cary Smith, of Federal Heights, discovered that clinic staff failed to inquire or report about suspected sexual abuse of her thirteen-year-old daughter after giving her an abortion.
Now that the Supreme Court has struck down the law upholding 35-foot buffer zones around abortion clinics in Massachusetts, similar buffer-zone laws in Maine, Vermont, Wisconsin and New Hampshire have quickly been rescinded or put on hold, leaving clinic staff and patients vulnerable to harassment and potential violence.
The Ohio Department of Health had ordered the closure when the agency's director decided to revoke the facility's license after questioning whether the clinic had followed rules to provide backup care for its patients.
A leading abortion research organization has doubled down on its findings that most abortion clinics are not in minority neighborhoods.
The abortion backer who attacked a pro-life teen in a profane rant captured on video yesterday is defending her actions and has no intention of apologizing.
Arkansas is trying to overturn 40 years of court precedent that abortion is legal until the point a fetus can live outside the womb, opponents of a state law that would ban the procedure 12 weeks into a pregnancy argued Thursday.
Let's just say that this isn't going to make Burger King's rainbow Whopper highlight reel in terms of public relations.
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