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Congress is back in session, and that means a possible government shutdown over funding Planned Parenthood.
Why do anti-abortion activists and politicians exhaust themselves trying to destroy Planned Parenthood, while ignoring embryo-destroying fertility clinics?
If this outrage reflected genuine concern about lives ended while still in the womb, wouldn't more conservatives be worried about what happens to poor babies once they are born?
Ben Carson has mounted a full response to the story that he had reportedly participated in a study involving fetal tissue research — though even his answer might not fully satisfy every question.
An anti-abortion group's campaign to discredit Planned Parenthood with deceptively edited and dubiously produced videos continues.
Monday’s Senate vote to defund Planned Parenthood was a do-or-die moment for the Republican party.
The Center for Medical Progress (CMP) continues to cause political problems for Planned Parenthood, while challenging media outlets to strike a balance between covering the group’s activities and spreading their strident anti-abortion message.
Planned Parenthood said it broke no laws, because abortion providers are allowed to charge costs to cover expenses associated with fetal tissue donation.