China's longstanding one-child policy, introduced in the late 1970s by the government to combat social and economic problems associated with the country's high population rate, isn't so popular right now, partially because some local government officials, who are rewarded or penalized depending on how well they keep…
The story of a Texas teenager who's suing her family to stop them pressuring her into an abortion is all over the anti-abortion media. But their coverage of it shows how poorly they understand what it means to be pro-choice.
Middle-aged Jonathan Imler and two teenage boys have been charged with putting a drug intended to abort cow fetuses into the drink of a pregnant teenager to induce her to miscarry. Apparently, they thought they had the right to decide what she should do with her body. [Kansas City Star]