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Sen. Marco Rubio is expected to sign on as the chief sponsor of a bill that calls for the end of most abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy — a move that would put him in the thick of another politically charged national debate and perhaps shield him from the barrage of criticism he is facing on immigration.
The U.S. financial services industry has issued a warning that a Russian cyber-gangster is preparing to rob American banks and their customers of millions of dollars.
Poisonous lizards are coming to Washington, and they're hailing disproportionately from Maryland, North Carolina and Texas.
The pro-choice Obama White House requires pregnant visitors to count their unborn child as a person for tours of the mansion.
President Obama has elicited an election-year backlash from Catholics and voters of other faiths with his administration's decision to require religious hospitals, universities and other organizations to provide birth control coverage despite their moral opposition.
Americans continued to heed Horace Greeley's advice and go West, as states in the Rocky Mountain and Southwest regions emerged as the big gainers in the 2010 U.S. Census report.
It was as Californian as beaches, surfing and movie stars, but the legislative gerrymander may now be a thing of the past in the Golden State.
An Obama administration effort to rein in states treading toward using new health care laws to fund abortions - and provide political cover for pro-life Democrats - reignited a politically explosive issue that Republicans and pro-life activists are eager to exploit in the lead-up to the fall midterm elections.
Abortion opponents are raising questions about a critical new insurance program under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul law.
A $160 million grant to Pennsylvania under the Obama administration's new health care law could provide funding for elective abortions, and at least one other state clearly intends to use requested money for such procedures, a leading pro-life group said Wednesday.
The Senate is "difficult territory for us," but it is heartening that 41 senators support such a national proposal and, hopefully, there will be a vote by the full Senate on the issue, said Douglas Johnson, legislative director for NRTL, said Tuesday.
"Any member of Congress who votes for a bill that contains the White House proposal is, in reality, voting for tax-funded abortion on demand with congressionally appropriated funds," said Douglas Johnson, legislative director with the National Right to Life Committee.