Actress Patricia Heaton's post with a pro-life message went viral on social media, but Facebook editors characterized it as "anti-abortion." This comes the day after Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's meeting with conservatives where he denied having a political bias.
Last week, Heaton, star of ABC's "The Middle" and formerly of "Everybody Loves Raymond," shared her support of a Washington, D.C. pregnancy resource center's work on Twitter: "Choose, celebrate, support Life! Thanks Northwest Center!"
The post, which didn't use the word "abortion" even once and was apolitical, became the top trending story on Facebook. But Facebook editors featured the post with these words: "Patricia Heaton: Actress Shares Anti-Abortion Message, Says 'Support Life.'" more >>
Some prominent pro-life conservatives are still cautious of Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump even after praising his list of potential Supreme Court nominees as being an exceptionally strong list of pro-life judges.
On Wednesday, Trump, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, released a list of 11 jurists that he plans to use "as a guide to nominate our next United States Supreme Court justices" if he is elected president.
With the balance of the Supreme Court likely up for grabs in the 2016 election, many leading conservatives have been wary of Trump's new found pro-life stance because he used to claim that he was "very pro-choice." more >>
The Oklahoma Senate passed a bill Thursday that would make it a felony to perform abortions in the state and revoke the medical licenses of physicians found guilty of the act.
The Tulsa World reported that Senate Bill 1552 authored by state Sen. Nathan Dahm, R-Broken Arrow, and passed by a vote of 33-12 with no debate, would be the most protective legislation for unborn life in the nation, if it is enacted. It provides an exemption to save the life of a mother.
The United Methodist Church voted to sever ties with an interfaith abortion advocacy group, ending an affiliation that has existed for more than four decades.
Delegates at the UMC's General Conference passed a proposal Thursday ending the Mainline Protestant denomination's ties to the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice.
Pro-life advocates are warning that Senate Republicans have included a provision in the critically important National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that could enable millions of dollars designated to fight sex trafficking to be used to promote or fund abortion.
Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., introduced legislation last year called the End Modern Slavery Initiative Act (EMSI), which essentially would create a congressionally chartered non-profit, public-private entity that would receive funding from the United States government, foreign governments and businesses to give to organizations to help end human trafficking around the world.
Although such an intergovernmental private-public partnership might seem like a no-brainer, pro-life organizations are opposing the legislation because it does not include basic pro-life protections to guarantee that money will not be used to fund or promote abortion. more >>
The South Carolina legislature approved a bill Tuesday banning most late-term abortions after 19 weeks of pregnancy unless the mother's life is at risk in a medical emergency.
According to The State, lawmakers in the South Carolina House voted 79-29 in favor of the bill, making South Carolina the 17th state to approve a ban on late-term abortion. After it is ratified, Gov. Nikki Haley is expected to sign the bill into law.
"I can't imagine any scenario in which I wouldn't sign it," Haley told The State in March, noting that she wanted to see the details of the bill before signing it into law. more >>