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  • Illustration on the evils of Planned Parenthood by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

    ROSE: Planned Parenthood keeps abortion safe, legal and deceptive

    When I first decided to go undercover into America's largest abortion industry, I expected to find some problems.


  • Report calls for action amid Planned Parenthood 'abuses, law-breaking'

    Releasing a report detailing six years of undercover investigations at Planned Parenthood, a pro-life group has called for a formal investigation and an end to taxpayer funding of the organization.


  • Lila Rose is president of Live Action, which conducted a hidden-camera "sting" on a Planned Parenthood clinic. (Associated Press)

    Report tracks abuses at abortion clinics, demands defunding

    The leader of one of the nation's leading pro-life organizations says its undercover video recordings at the nation's abortion clinics have exposed a string of abuses and called on Congress to pull all government funding for the nation's leading provider of abortion services.


  • Illustration by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

    ROSE: The myth of empowerment through abortion

    So shocking about late-term abortionist Kermit Gosnell was how he killed his victims. When we learn how the abortionist slit the necks of struggling, crying infants, moments after a failed abortion, and scissored their spinal cords, we're sickened, and rightfully so.


  • **FILE** Dr. LeRoy Carhart (The Washington Times)

    Abortionist on video: Fetus can come out 'in pieces'

    A pro-life group's "undercover video" campaign has caught a prominent abortion doctor telling a pregnant woman that if her baby didn't die after a lethal injection, he would take it out "in pieces."


  • Planned Parenthood is deceiving millions of American women about the services it provides, says Lila Rose, founder of Live Action. (Photo courtesy Live Action)

    Abortion clinic video makers call for government investigation

    A pro-life activist group that uses hidden cameras to go undercover in abortion clinics called Wednesday for a government investigation into the practice of letting "born-alive" children die.


  • **FILE** A crowd prays at an anti-abortion rally at the state Capitol in Bismarck, N.D., on April 17, 2013. Organizers say the rally was held to thank North Dakota lawmakers and Gov. Jack Dalrymple for passing measures this session that give the state the strictest abortion laws in the U.S. (Associated Press)

    Videos, court fight fuel surging debate on abortion

    New undercover videos of abortion professionals explaining late-term abortions, coupled with states passing strict abortion laws and a horror-show abortion criminal case, are keeping abortion at the top of the news — an unexpected development after the nation re-elected its most vocal pro-choice president.


  • Illustration by M. Ryder

    ROSE: Planned Parenthood's rebranding scheme

    When President Obama ridiculed small businesses and said, "You didn't build that," he was correct in the case of the abortion industry. The tax burden on American families has built the biggest abortion chain in the history of mankind.


  • Illustration by Linas Garsys for The Washington Times

    FRANZONELLO: What's Planned Parenthood afraid of?

    When it comes to feminist goals, working to end sex-selection abortions should be common ground for all sides. It is a real war on women, costing the lives of girls simply because they are girls. While mainstream American values reject gender-based killings as patently offensive, in this war on women in the womb, Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry are on the side of abortion-trumps-all.


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