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Lost by choice

Despite a history of concerns about population growth, Israel has some of the most permissive abortion laws in the world

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Unsafe spaces

Often victims of violence and sexual abuse, women trapped in the nation’s homelessness crisis have particular needs and vulnerabilities

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Against the tide

Abortion still devastates the African-American community at an alarming and disproportionate rate, but black pro-life activists are fighting for lives

Jeff Wales

Living pro-vida

Shame and family silence lead many Hispanic women to abortionists, but a pro-life message may be making strides

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A question of ethics

A conversation with bioethicist William Hurlbut about controversial gene-editing scientist He Jiankui

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The year in preview

Ideal circumstances and political victories aren’t necessary for fruitful life in 2019