Abortion-Vote Couple Told By Internet to Abort (Or Not?)

Pete and Alisha Arnold, who put their abortion up for online vote, have tallied the results of their "should we or shouldn't we?" poll. Survey sez "keep the baby." But that's after the couple disqualified piles of "fraudulent" votes. Whatever. » 12/04/10 3:40pm 12/04/10 3:40pm

Husband Admits Abortion-Vote Website Is Hoax, Wife Gets Fired

The conservative-troll husband in the "Birth Or Not" couple, told CNN they never planned to have an abortion. But this morning, his wife blogged that she wanted an abortion — and that the stunt has cost her her job. » 11/24/10 9:35am 11/24/10 9:35am

Abortion-Vote Couple Insists They're Legitimate

Last night, I spoke to the couple that's putting their abortion up to Internet vote. They had no interest in answering certain questions but still claim there's no agenda behind the stunt. Mounting evidence belies that. » 11/19/10 10:11am 11/19/10 10:11am

Internet Abortion Vote Looking Like An Anti-Choice Prank (Updated)

A couple's website asking the Internet to vote on whether they should terminate their pregnancy is now mysteriously down, not long after one blogger suggested it was an anti-choice stunt. » 11/18/10 12:48pm 11/18/10 12:48pm