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The measure would require a women seeking an abortion to wait three days after meeting with a doctor and receive counseling before undergoing the procedure. Opponents promise a lawsuit.
The Massachusetts Republican joins another GOP senator, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, in expressing concerns about a proposal to end federal funding for the organization.
A Pew survey shows Americans almost evenly split between those who oppose and others who support same-sex marriage, continuing a trend toward acceptance of such unions.
The abortion wars aren't limited to the U.S., but in the U.K., even a highly controversial proposal is being met with a measured response.
A harsh critic of the anti-abortion movement, Ted Shulman was being held without bond at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City, pro-lifers said.
Growing public acceptance of homosexuals -- even among some Republicans and conservative Christians -- is blunting the issue as a campaign weapon.
Abortion foes in the Arizona House have a passed bill they named after Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass, hoping to appeal to feminists and African-Americans. Pro-choice forces say it chips away at abortion rights.
Boehner is anti-abortion, but the demonstrators want to pressure House leaders to stick with the recent cut in federal funding to Planned Parenthood.
The changes announced Friday keep some Bush-era language on abortion but largely disappoint social conservatives.
When asked by Rolling Stone about abortion in cases of incest or rape, the teen idol answered, 'I wouldn't be able to judge that.'
Father Thomas Euteneuer admits he took advantage of a young woman during an exorcism, and now supporters are saying the Devil made him do it.
Polls show Americans are much more concerned about jobs and the economy than they are about abortion. So why are state GOP leaders pushing restrictions on the procedure?
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