Topics :: abortion
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By Malcolm Ritter | Monday Jun 13, 2011
Imagine being pregnant and taking a simple blood test that lays bare the DNA of your fetus. And suppose that DNA could reveal not only medical conditions like Down syndrome, but also things like eye color and height. And the chances of being gay.
By David Crary | Friday Jun 10, 2011
Americans, regardless of generation, are deeply conflicted as they wrestle with the legality and morality of abortion, with large numbers identifying themselves as both "pro-choice" and "pro-life," according to a sweeping new survey.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | Thursday Jul 15, 2010
Abortion opponents are raising questions about a critical new insurance program under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul law.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | Monday May 17, 2010
Abortion opponents fought passage of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul to the bitter end, and now that it’s the law, they’re using it to limit coverage by private insurers.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | Friday Mar 5, 2010
On the other side of the obstacle course that President Barack Obama must clear to get his health care overhaul, a final trapdoor is lurking: the divisive politics of abortion.
By William Kapfer | Saturday Jan 30, 2010
CBS’s Double Standard: CBS Rejects Humorous Super Bowl Ad For Gay Dating Site, Yet Accepts Allegedly Dishonest Ad Paid For By Organization Founded By Anti-Choice Fanatic, James Dobson CBS said that its standards and practices department decided to reject a proposed ad by ManCrunch.com that would have shown two men kissing while watching a football game- See link to ad below-but has accepted an ad created by an anti-abortion advocacy group -- Focus on the Family" ad featuring Heisman Trophy Winner Tim Tebow and his mother.
By Maria Cheng | Friday Jan 29, 2010
A new morning-after pill will prevent pregnancies in women using unprotected sex for up to five days, a study reports.
By Christine Simmons | Friday Nov 13, 2009
A chagrined GOP Chairman Michael Steele has told Republican National Committee staff to immediately stop providing RNC employees with insurance for elective abortions - an option that Republicans strongly oppose as Democrats try to pass a health care overhaul bill.
By Linda A. Johnson | Thursday Jul 9, 2009
About one-fourth of American women getting early abortions last year did so with drugs rather than surgery, mostly through the so-called "abortion pill."
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