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March for Life emphasizes science and truth

by Harvest Prude
Posted 1/18/19, 07:46 pm

WASHINGTON—Pro-life is pro-science, speakers at the 46th annual March for Life proclaimed to a crowd of thousands Friday at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Activists and lawmakers shared how science shaped their pro-life stances and encouraged participants to demand protection for the unborn. Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., said the “science is clear that life begins at conception.” He also announced that he and others had founded a pro-life caucus in the Senate.

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YouTube says ‘enough’ to risky challenges

Culture | The video platform finally bans clips that inspire harmful stunts
by Mary Jackson
Posted 1/18/19, 05:04 pm

YouTube is cracking down on popular “challenge” videos that perpetuate dangerous stunts after the latest nonsensical fad led to car crashes and injuries.

The video-sharing network owned by Google announced Tuesday it was updating its policies to prohibit challenges that present “an apparent risk of death” or feature children participating in activities posing “imminent risk of injury or bodily harm.” YouTube also said it will draw the line with content that “intends to incite violence or encourage dangerous or illegal activities.”

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Pro-lifers descend on D.C. to demand protection for the unborn

by Lynde Langdon
Posted 1/18/19, 02:22 pm

Pro-life advocates from across the country gathered Friday for the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., to demand protection for unborn babies. Thousands of demonstrators came to the National Mall to hear speeches from pro-life activists, lawmakers, and Vice President Mike Pence, a surprise last-minute guest.

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