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Indiana: First State to Approve Abortion After Roe v. Wade

Indiana on Friday became the first state in the nation to approve abortion restrictions since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, as the Republican governor quickly signed a near-total ban on the procedure shortly after lawmakers approved it.

Pope Francis Thinking About Retiring

Pope Francis admitted he needs to either cut back or think about retiring. Francis, 85, shared the remarks on a flight on Saturday as he...

See Abortion Law in All 50 States

Abortion laws are rapidly changing across the U.S.

Pro-Life Texas Insurance Company Pledges to Cover Child Birth Expenses

As some of the nation’s largest employers vow to pay their employees to travel out of state for abortions, an insurance company in Texas went viral on social media for promising to cover employees’ expenses related to having a child.

Ob-Gyn: No, The Dobbs Decision Does Not Put Women’s Lives In Danger

Presenting abortion as the ‘life-saving solution’ for women facing challenging pregnancies is a warped view of health care.

The Unhinged Reaction to the US Supreme Court’s Abortion Ruling Has Gone Too Far

Since the US Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade, the hysteria coming from the left has been in full force, with extreme reactions that have taken the pro-choice movement to pro-abortion cringe.

Ron Paul: A Victory for Life and Liberty

Wade, the 1973 decision declaring a constitutional right to abortion.

Trump Praises Supreme Court Decision Overturning Roe v. Wade, Says Ruling ‘Will Work Out for Everybody’

Former President Donald Trump praised the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade Friday, telling Fox News that the ruling "will work out for everybody."

Opinion: ‘Abortion Is the Real Assault on Women’

However joyous the faithful may be over the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion suggesting it will overturn Roe v. Wade, this highly contentious news...

EMF Exposure and Pregnancy Risks: Here’s What the Scientific Literature Tells Us

Electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure in pregnant women is associated with a shorter pregnancy, increased fetal heart rate variability and temperature, and babies born with smaller head and chest circumferences, according to a review of scientific findings.

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