Is Planned Parenthood losing the battle?
If you haven't heard his name before, now might be a good time to get familiar with David Chiu.
Each woman says she changed her mind after taking the first pill and rescued her baby through a life-saving treatment known as abortion pill reversal.
Three women rejected abortion, chose life in an unexpected pregnancy, and stood with President Trump during his address to the March for Life.
As laughable as California's ridiculous "Reproductive FACT Act" is on paper, its aims are deadly—both for children in the womb and for free speech itself.
Launched in the beginning of January, "Equity Forward" identifies itself on its online "About Us" page as, a project aiming, "to ensure transparency and accountability among anti-reproductive health groups and individuals who are actively working to deny women access to services."
In a ruling seven years in the making, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ordered the city of Baltimore to "lay down the arms of compelled speech" it had taken up against pro-life pregnancy centers, once and for all, last Friday.
Currently recovering in a Miami neonatal intensive care unit, baby Landon was born at just over two pounds, while his brothers each weighed in at three pounds, five ounces at birth.
Facing intense political pressure from abortion activists, a major licensing agency stood its ground this week and delivered a major victory for women facing unexpected pregnancies throughout the nation.
In the latest chapter of a saga that dates back to 2011, Chris Slattery of EMC Pregnancy Centers found himself before a New York City administrative court judge, pushing back against a $2,000 fine levied by the City's consumer affairs department.
In a decision handed down Monday night, the city council for Hartford, Conn., authorized a new regulation that will force the city's only pro-life pregnancy center to post signage meant to turn women away from its life-saving services.
Yale Law professor and Planned Parenthood donor Linda Greenhouse unleashed a borderline illiterate vindication of California's attempt to force pro-lifers into parroting a state-approved message in favor of abortion.
At First Choice, not a day goes by where the staff — which includes eight medical professionals serving under a volunteer medical director — doesn't serve at least one woman who is on the fence about abortion and only a stone's throw away from going through with the deadly procedure.
In 2015, the state of California passed a law forcing privately funded pro-life pregnancy centers to promote taxpayer-funded abortions, threatening crippling fines for noncompliance. As of Monday morning, that edict is under review by the Supreme Court.
After serving women next door to a now-shuttered abortion business for over 10 years, Angie Thomas and her team at Woman's New Life Center in New Orleans have seen plenty of ugly behavior from an industry that survives on the destruction of human lives.
If there's a far-off land where failed ideas, ungrounded accusations and malice all go to live out the rest of their days in peace, perhaps #ExposeFakeClinics will someday travel there for good.
Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a major bill to ban the gruesome practice of aborting a child at 20 weeks and beyond, a move that was followed up by the Senate's introduction of a similar bill two days later.
In 2010, a medical researcher and family man named Andrew Glenn began praying that God would give him a passion to live beyond himself, as well as an opportunity to put that desire into practice. Later that year, news broke that late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart was setting up shop to abort babies 20 weeks and beyond at a clinic just a mile down the street from Glenn's home in Germantown, Md.
In the midst of three devastating hurricanes this month, few communities on the U.S. mainland have been harder hit than Immokalee, Fla., a migrant community. One pregnancy center is doing what they can to help area residents, gathering diapers and other baby supplies to give away to those devastated by the storm.
Abortion devotees have always had an iffy connection with reality, but whatever tie was between the two seems to be down to its last thread, a fact that made painfully obvious in a recent article, where a trio of abortion profiteers lodged the absurd declaration that abortion and childbirth really aren't so different after all.
If there was any doubt about California's status as the nation's standard-bearer for abortion, a letter sent Sept. 5 by the state's Board of Registered Nursing should clear that up in a jiffy.
For the first time since Harvey made landfall in Houston last weekend, Meredith Phillips was able to take the time to enjoy a hot meal Thursday afternoon.
Pro-Abortionists Dress Up as Early Feminists to Protest Pro-Life Pregnancy Center. Just One Problem ...
Lizz Winstead, co-creator of Comedy Central's The Daily Show and now chief of abortion advocacy group, "Lady Parts Justice League," has been on a mission to slander life-saving pregnancy centers this summer — a mission, we might add, that has failed spectacularly on repeated occasions.
For all the bluster about "choice," "access," and "reproductive health," the abortion industry and its assorted fans in Hollywood, politics and the media have a remarkable tendency to swing for the fences and come up empty.
In an apparent attempt to cash in all remaining credibility, pro-abortion warriors are reporting breathlessly on what may be the most absurdly non-newsworthy story of the week: a Facebook post about candles.