A motion in Ireland calling for the legalization of abortion has been defeated after anti-abortion activists tried to use the tragic death of Savita Halappanavar to legalize abortion in the country.
Reports from the United Kingdom indicate that the British government is trying to pass legislation redefining marriage quicker than what they had first stated.
A petition in Spain looking to repeal the county's abortion law has garnered over 250,000 signatures since October.
An education minister in the United Kingdom has warned that school teachers could be punished for not teaching pro-gay topics, should the British government follow through with plans to redefine marriage.
A hardline Islamic group based in Britain is warning that it will soon travel to Pakistan and issue a "fatwa," or religious decree, against the young Pakistani girl who was targeted for assassination. She was advocating for the education of women when she was gunned down, but she survived.
A new report in the United Kingdom revealed a startling trend of young boys being charged with rape or other sexual crimes, with authorities claiming online pornography is leading to the increase.
Some progressive Christians have recently endorsed a controversial interpretation of a biblically-backed idea that involves abortion and the actual moment that life begins.
Religious minorities in India have long faced persecution and resentment by dominant religious groups, but new developments indicate that the discrimination is not solely attributable to religious groups as government entities also become complicit in the acts.
Coffee house giant Starbucks is at the center of a growing controversy in the United Kingdom over reports that the available Wi-Fi is not filtered, potentially allowing children to access explicit content.
A group of conservative lawmakers in Britain have called on Prime Minister David Cameron to make good on his pledge to give married couples a tax break, even as the government's plans to redefine marriage continue.
A recently published study in Denmark shows a higher mortality rate for women after abortion than women who undergo childbirth, which goes against the long-held belief that abortion is safe alternative compared to childbirth.
It was recently announced in France that primary school children will be taught about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues as the government prepares to vote on legislation that would legalize same-sex marriage.
Parents in a small town in Scotland are outraged that they were asked to complete a survey in order to make their children's pre-school classes' gay-friendly.
A top conservative politician in the United Kingdom is drawing criticism after he endorsed the idea of supporting gay marriage in an effort to gain enough votes to win the next election.
A Danish study that was recently published showed that women who had undergone at least one abortion saw an increase in maternal death rate of 45 percent.
Lawmakers in France have voted to pass legislation that would allow full government financing of abortions.
During a press conference on Staten Island with local and state officials including Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, Borough President James Molinaro focused his attention on the lack of support given by the Red Cross and cautioned listeners to stop giving to the organization.
A congressional candidate is at the center of a growing controversy after he made comments regarding his position on abortion while addressing the issue as the "rape thing."
After hurricane Sandy tore through the mid-Atlantic and northeast region, resources in affected areas remain sparse and calls for donations to help those most affected continue to be made.
A new report is raising eyebrows after it showed that women who had an abortion are more likely to abuse their children than women who had not lost a pregnancy.
The Christian Post recently sat down with mother and author Arlene Pellicane to discuss her new book "31 Days to a Happy Husband," where she lends advice to women on how to make husbands happy by serving Christ first in their marriage.
With France on the verge of legalizing gay marriage, some politicians are calling for language to be added into legislation that would address and provide for "assisted procreation."
As a consequence of passing legislation that would make Uruguay the second Latin American country to legalize abortion, Catholic bishops in Uruguay have excommunicated lawmakers that cast votes supporting the bill.
A longstanding Christian organization at a university in Massachusetts has been banned from the school. School officials claim some of the organizations requirements violate the school's non-discriminatory policy by having members adhere to "biblical truths of Christianity."
The third and final presidential debate is Monday and will focus entirely on foreign policy, but a new survey highlights the growing divide between American perspectives and those around the globe regarding American influence in foreign affairs.