Trump-Kim summit ends with no deal, but diplomacy is a long process

History shows that diplomacy takes time and many incremental steps forward, a diplomacy expert writes.

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Doctors Told Parents to Abort One of Their Disabled Twins, Both are Now Healthy

Doctors seem so quick to suggest abortion these days. LifeNews has reported countless stories of parents who were encouraged to abort unborn babies with health problems. Many chose life, only to find that their baby was born healthy, while others who chose life went on to help their sick child receive the best medical care […]

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“Me …Still Me” Beautiful Photos Celebrate Lives of Babies Before and After Birth

The beauty of being a genuine grassroots movement is that often times some of the very best ideas come from pro-lifers motivated by the pro-abortion actions of their governmental officials and love for their children. Nichole Rowley wrote to NRLC’s Jacki Ragan about what is called “Me …Still Me,” a delightful way to show everyone, […]

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Idaho Senate Passes Bill to Ban Killing Babies in Partial-Birth Abortions

A bill to ban partial-birth abortions in Idaho has passed both the state Senate (29-6) and a committee in the state House (12-3). The anticipation is the full House will vote on SB 1049 tomorrow. Pro-abortion Democrats insisted the law was unnecessary and that partial-birth abortions are already banned in Idaho. However “Bill sponsor Sen. […]

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Democrat Health Care Bill Would Ban Private Health Insurance, Force Americans to Fund Abortions

Pro-abortion Democrats – the same group that claims the government should stay out of women’s “reproductive health care” decisions – are pushing a radical new health care bill that would ban private health insurance and force Americans to fund abortions. Townhall reports the new “Medicare for All” bill, sponsored by U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal of […]

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Scientists are Conducting Experiments Into Male Uterus Transplants

Years ago the crassly utilitarian Fletcher — who has been called the “patriarch of bioethics” –swooned at the prospect of males giving birth in his 1988 book The Ethics of Genetic Control: [T]ransplant or replacement medicine foresees the day, after the automatic rejection of alien tissue is overcome, when a uterus can be implanted in a […]

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Utah Legislature Passes Bill to Ban Abortions on Babies With Down Syndrome

The Utah state legislature gave final approval today to legislation to protect unborn babies with Down syndrome from abortions. HB 166, also known as the Down Syndrome Nondiscrimination Abortion Act, would prohibit women from getting abortions after a pregnancy screen indicates that their unborn child has Down syndrome. The bill includes provisions that specify what […]

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Podcast: KHN’s ‘What The Health?’ ‘Medicare-For-All’ Debate: Who’s Going To Pay

Margot Sanger-Katz of The New York Times, Paige Winfield Cunningham of The Washington Post and Jennifer Haberkorn of the Los Angeles Times join KHN’s Julie Rovner to discuss the new “Medicare-for-all” bill introduced by House Democrats, the grilling of pharmaceutical company CEOs by a Senate committee and new Trump administration rules that take aim at Planned Parenthood. Plus, Rovner interviews KHN’s Julie Appleby about the latest “Bill of the Month” installment.

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What drives the appeal of ‘Passion of the Christ’ and other films on the life of Jesus

When it was released 15 years ago, Mel Gibson’s ‘Passion of the Christ,’ was a box-office success. The theme of Jesus has been a successful one that many filmmakers around the globe have cashed in on.

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How being beautiful influences your attitudes toward sex

Beautiful people tend to lead more charmed lives. Could their attractiveness also color their views on issues like abortion, premarital sex and gay marriage?

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