WASHINGTON — Following his historic speech to Congress, Pope Francis jumped from the halls of power to the halls of the people at St. Patrick’s Church, where he met with the poor and the homeless.…
WASHINGTON — Pope Francis has announced that he will allow Catholic priests to absolve women who seek forgiveness for having had abortions. During the Holy Year of Mercy, which begins Dec. 8, the pope will “concede…
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The number of abortion providers in Ohio has shrunk by half amid a flurry of restrictive new laws over the past four years, and the number of the procedures also is…
WASHINGTON — The 42nd annual March for Life comes to Washington Thursday. The event brings tens of thousands of faithful to the area to mark the anniversary of the 1973 Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade.…
LARRY O’DELL Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — North Carolina’s solicitor general has urged a federal appeals court to revive a state law that would require abortion providers to show and describe an ultrasound of…
The debate over new abortion clinic regulations is restarting at the Virginia Board of Health.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe showed no signs of backing down from his position that the state should expand Medicaid during an appearance on WTOP\’s \”Ask the Governor\” show Wednesday.
The Maryland Board of Physicians closed its investigation into the death of a woman who was treated at an abortion clinic in Germantown.
NOVA Women\’s Healthcare had been in an office building on Eaton Place, just off Va. 123 in the City of Fairfax.
Comments from a local abortion doctor sparked a rally in front of his office at the Washington Surgi-Clinic in Foggy Bottom Wednesday.
An undercover video by an anti-abortion group reportedly shows a D.C. doctor discussing what he would do if a baby was born alive after a failed abortion attempt.
Anti-abortion activists from across the
will take to D.C.\’s streets for the 40th annual
March for Life Friday. Organizers say they hope
crowd will surpass the march\’s record of
400,000 demonstrators, and even the attendance
of 1 million people at the inauguration.
A day after Virginia Republican legislators dropped a bitterly contested requirement that women undergo invasive pre-abortion ultrasound imaging, the intrusive procedure has been dropped from a companion bill.
Virginia Republican legislators have dropped a bitterly contested requirement that women seeking abortions undergo invasive ultrasound imaging, likely dooming the bill.
Virginia\’s effort to mandate transvaginal ultrasounds for women seeking an abortion continues to spark protest — and ridicule — as Gov. Bob McDonnell weighs the political implications of each bill.