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Life briefs

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Roe v. Wade | Roxanne's Law rejected When Melinda Morin's boyfriend kicked her in the stomach for refusing to abort their baby, she lashed back by stabbing and killing him.

Trafficking cops

Trafficking cops

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Roe v. Wade | Jason and Kristin Weis wanted to do something about the sexual exploitation of children, and they've found a way to make a difference

Facing facts

Facing facts

By Alisa Harris
Posted

News of the Year | At the end of a difficult year, the Roman Catholic Church reflects on its worldwide sexual abuse scandals

Mass exodus

Mass exodus

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Next decade challenge | The Roman Catholic Church in the United States has been losing members rapidly, a trend that may lead to big changes in American religion in coming years

Prop 8's fate

Prop 8's fate

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Courts | Three judges from the 9th Circuit hear arguments on the constitutionality of California's definition of marriage

Climbing the hill

Climbing the hill

By Edward Lee Pitts, Emily Belz, Jamie Dean & Alisa Harris
Posted

Campaign 2010 | As a large freshman class arrives in Washington promising change, these are some of the new faces to watch in Congress

Energy and anger

Energy and anger

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Politics | Cap and trade is becoming a hot issue in places like New Mexico, with voter wrath aimed at House members who supported the scheme

Tea Party triumph?

Tea Party triumph?

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Politics | Senate leader Harry Reid wanted a race against Sharron Angle. But Tea Party activism, plus disdain for Reid, is making the Nevada Senate race a very close one

'Viewpoint discrimination'

'Viewpoint discrimination'

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Abortion | New York's City Council considers the strictest regulations yet for crisis pregnancy centers

Job security

Job security

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Politics | It's job No. 1 for the nation's teachers unions, and they are willing to oppose education-reform-minded politicians to preserve it

Invisible dads

Invisible dads

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Birth | Largely unregulated sperm banks and fertility clinics are producing thousands of donor-conceived children who long to know more about their fathers

<em>The Cartel</em>

The Cartel

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Back to School | The state of New Jersey spends the most money per pupil and has dismal test scores to show for it. The Cartel , an education documentary by journalist Bob…

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