I’m not entirely sure the headline and sub-headline fully convey what JJ Keith actually wrote—“My miscarriages made me question being pro-choice:
It is August 1969 in San Francisco and Professor Jerome Lejeune is addressing the annual meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics.
The U.S. Supreme Court will soon issue its most significant abortion opinion in decades.
I had not read or heard about the essay that appeared on the Jewish parenting site Kveller titled, “My Jewish Abortion” when it first ran
All my life I was told how special I was to be loved so much by not one, but two sets of parents.
In the wake of wall-to-wall cable coverage of the Orlando tragedy, I have been thinking a great deal lately about the world in which our children
Tomorrow, 21 June, the Annual Representative Meeting (ARM) of the British Medical Association (BMA) will consider two motions on assisted suicide.
The 2016 Presidential contest is not just any election. It may, in fact, be the most important one of our lives.
Because abortion activists are supporting his election campaign, that's why.
Jewels Green is a mother, a writer and a dynamic speaker for the pro-life movement. This January, she spoke at the March for Life Rally in Washington,
In 1993, 19-year-old Kimberly Smith faced one of the most heartbreaking dilemmas of her life.
Every day patients in America are diagnosed “brain dead,” and more than half, according to one organ procurement individual, become organ
Fathers will be honored this Sunday, as they should be. Abortion is often called a women’s issue, but here are three ways that it intersects