The Kentucky senator implied banning abortion could undermine not only women's health, but doctor-patient confidentiality.
At least 50,000 unborn baby girls are aborted each year in Nepal.
"Abortion Battles," a disturbing YouTube video of students at New York City's Hunter College pretending they are killing unborn fetuses, has gone viral online, angering pro-life activists and shocking viewers countrywide.
A bill that would place new regulations on Alabama abortion facilities is sponsored by a lawmaker with a curious idea of anatomy.
The automated messages claim that, despite the country's abortion ban, Irish doctors will intervene to save the life of a pregnant woman. But a leaked hospital investigation into Halappanavar's death suggests otherwise.
With attendance in Catholic Churches across Europe and the U.S. having fallen for decades, how will Catholics respond to Benedict's resignation?
Forty years after Roe v. Wade, scientists still haven't quite come to a consensus on the thorny bioethical issues associated with abortion.
Forty years after the Supreme Court's landmark Roe v. Wade ruling, producers of mainstream movies and TV shows are still reluctant to tackle the ongoing abortion debate.
Forty years after the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision, many U.S. women still face barriers to obtaining abortion services, the Guttmacher Institute says.
The UK is home to at least 2-million immigrants and their descendants from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, where infant male preference is widespread.
Women in the U.S. armed forces aren't covered by their insurance if they request an abortion after rape or incest. Powell is spearheading an effort to change that.
The Texas Tribune reports lawmakers are rethinking their decision to defund family-planning services.
Emergency contraception like Plan B should be more available to teens, the country's largest organization of pediatric doctors said Monday.
Women may have been more adamant about using birth control during the Great Recession than they were previously, according to the U.S. CDC.
Ohio lawmakers are attempting to - once again - defund Planned Parenthood and pass the controversial Heartbeat Bill, while stalling sex education legislation.
As former possessions of the British Empire, India and Ireland have enjoyed long political and cultural links.
The tragic death of an Indian woman in a hospital has renewed the call for Ireland to reform its abortion laws.
Uruguayan President Jose Mujica would rather live on a small farm located on the outskirts of the capital Montevideo than the upscale residence provided by the state.
Halappanavar, who was 17 weeks pregnant, died of blood poisoning after she was found to have been miscarrying her baby late last month.
A pregnant Indian woman died in an Irish hospital after her request for an abortion was denied.
The religion of Mitt Romney, the first Mormon presidential nominee, has been a rarely discussed subtext of his campaign. The issue is unlikely to be answered with a newly emerging video of a visibly upset Romney sparring with a conservative radio host.
Planned Parenthood has filed a lawsuit against the Texas Women’s Health Program because one of the state program's rules prevents clinics associated with Planned Parenthood from receiving funding if they perform abortions. Planned Parenthood argues that the rule violates state law.