Abortion

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China beachhead

By June Cheng
Posted

China | Pro-life efforts are growing in the nation with the most abortions. But saving lives in the womb is an enormous challenge—even within the church

NYC subway platform not a safe haven for abandoned baby

By Allie Hulcher
Posted

Child welfare | This week, a 20-year-old woman stepped off a New York City subway, left a stroller holding her 10-month-old daughter on the platform, and rode off on the…

University of Chicago publishes ‘how-to’ abortion guide

By Courtney Crandell
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Abortion | The University of Chicago wants women to have complete control over their reproductive choices, unless they choose to visit a crisis pregnancy center. 

Stop eating red meat but don't worry about abortion

Stop eating red meat but don't worry about abortion

By Julie Borg
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Science | Research suggesting a possible, slight link between the consumption of too much red meat in early adulthood and breast cancer received much media attention…

Reversing the Down syndrome abortion trend

By Ryan Hill
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Abortion | Bunny Blackburn’s voice grew tender as she talked about the birth of her son in Nashville, Tenn. Michael arrived with an incomplete esophagus and a stomach…

After Supreme Court ruling, pro-lifers step inside the buffer zone

By Courtney Crandell
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Abortion | Five days after the Supreme Court struck down Massachusetts’ law placing a 35-foot buffer zone around abortion centers, pro-life sidewalk counselors with…

Midday Roundup: Bobby Jindal signs law protecting babies of brain dead mothers

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Defender of life. Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal signed a bill Thursday that will protect unborn babies whose mothers are declared brain dead. The bill,

Prayers for the nation’s highest court

By Ryan Hill
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Supreme Court | Pro-life activists gathered outside the Supreme Court on Thursday morning to await a decision on the Hobby Lobby case and pray for mercy

Childish tendencies

Childish tendencies

By Emily Belz
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Movies | A window into the self-absorbed hipster, Obvious Child is painful to watch

Complete dependence

By Marvin Olasky
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Q&A | God used Reggie Littlejohn’s suffering to shape her into an advocate for China’s voiceless

Pro-lifers win Supreme Court buffer zone case

By Emily Belz
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Free Speech | Justices unanimously strike down a Massachusetts law creating bubbles of ‘protection’ around abortion centers

Senate war on global violence against women may threaten the unborn

By Ryan Hill
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Abortion | WASHINGTON—At a refugee camp on the edge of a national forest in the Democratic Republic of Congo, women venture into the trees to gather food and firewood.

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