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January 23, 2020

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Trump to become first US president to attend March for Life

Trump to become first US president to attend March for Life

Donald Trump said Wednesday he plans to attend the March for Life rally this week and become the first president ever to address in-person America's biggest gathering of anti-abortion activists."See you on Friday... Big Crowd!" Trump, who is seeking re-elec

America's baby mayor, a face of the anti-abortion movement

America's baby mayor, a face of the anti-abortion movement

"The mayor's breakfast is ready," Chad McMillan sings out from the living room of his Texas ranch.On the menu this morning: a warm bottle of milk and a jar of puree.Charlie McMillan is no ordinary city official -- he's only seven months old and a new face

US top court lets stand Kentucky law with abortion restrictions

US top court lets stand Kentucky law with abortion restrictions

The US Supreme Court on Monday let stand a Kentucky law that requires doctors to make patients seeking an abortion look at fetal images taken by echocardiogram and to listen to their heartbeat.Without explanation, as is customary, the top US court refused to h

US lawyers who have had abortions file Supreme Court brief

US lawyers who have had abortions file Supreme Court brief

More than 360 American women who have had abortions and work in the legal profession, including several high-profile attorneys, have filed a brief with the Supreme Court ahead of a closely watched abortion case."I write because I want the Court to know how ac

Mexico moves toward legal abortion, but women still face jail

Mexico moves toward legal abortion, but women still face jail

Martha Mendez and Susana Duenas were both teenagers when they committed their "crime": suffering a miscarriage.Accused of having an abortion -- which is illegal in all but two states in Mexico -- Mendez was forced to ask her fetus for forgiveness. Duenas was

Argentina's leftist president-elect reignites abortion debate

Argentina's leftist president-elect reignites abortion debate

The inauguration of Argentina's president-elect Alberto Fernandez next month has reignited a debate over the legalization of abortion, a year after conservatives narrowly blocked its decriminalization, leaving the country bitterly divided over the issue.Ferna