A federal judge will not stop Indiana’s new abortion law from going into effect.U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt denied Planned Parenthood of Indiana's request for a temporary restraining order Wednesday, despite arguments that the law jeopardizes health care for thousands of women.
During the revolution in Egypt, Muslims and Christians united to oust the government of President Hosni Mubarak. Many believed it was the beginning of a new Egypt where Coptic Christians would not feel marginalized by the Muslim majority.Since then, a crack has formed in their united front.
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels has a stack of bills on his desk. But the most controversial he’s likely to sign is House Bill 1210. That one reached Daniels’ office late Friday afternoon.The bill cuts $3 million in federal funding to Planned Parenthood of Indiana. The money’s from the
News of Osama bin Laden’s death evoked cheers and chants on the streets of many American cities. Some were joyful that bin Laden had finally been punished for causing so many deaths. Some felt patriotic and viewed the death as a victory for America.
While reaction poured in worldwide the day after President Barack Obama announced the killing of 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden, voices were muted on the main business artery of Chicago’s Pakistani community.
Members of St. Sabina Catholic Church marched in front of the home of Chicago's top Roman Catholic leader today. They protested Cardinal Francis George's decision to suspend their outspoken priest, Father Michael Pfleger.