Much of the public argument over abortifacient contraceptives papers over a tension that at least verges on a contradiction.
A Washington Post columnist gets it all wrong on Little Sisters of the Poor.
Someone should do Gail Collins the great favor of explaining to her the difference between a human organ and a human organism.
The campaign of forced sterilizations and family separation has led to a sharp drop in the Uighur birthrate in Xinjiang province.
The charitable order of Catholic nuns is being forced to defend its religious beliefs before the high court for the third time.
A feature piece interviews parents who are raising families of more than four children.
Contemporary America is characterized by less procreation and more self-destruction.
Democrats introduced a measure Thursday that would mandate that insurance companies provide full coverage for over-the-counter birth control.
Elections apparently don’t have consequences, after all.