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  • Battle over abortion in Texas

     Battle over abortion in Texas
    It's disappointing that the Supreme Court denied a request to temporarily block an onerous new abortion law in Texas from taking effect while a federal appellate court determines whether the law is constitutional. The high court's decision could force...
  • Gay marriage decision shifts Chris Christie further to political center

    Gay marriage decision shifts Chris Christie further to political center
    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie backed away from a court fight over same-sex marriage Monday, a move that further staked his place near the political middle ground at a time the country seems irretrievably divided into warring camps of right and left....
  • Pauly D's baby-mama drama

    Pauly D's baby-mama drama
    Pauly D, of "Jersey Shore" fame, is looking forward to being a father to the baby girl he recently found out he fathered. And... drama's here! The spiky-haired DJ, real name Paul DelVecchio, revealed this week that he has a little girl named...
  • Texas judge rules against portions of abortion law

    Texas judge rules against portions of abortion law
    Some controversial new Texas abortion restrictions are unconstitutional and will not take effect as scheduled on Tuesday, a federal judge ruled Monday. “Today’s ruling marks an important victory for Texas women and sends a clear message to...
  • A good day for Texas women in judge's ruling on abortion law

    A good day for Texas women in judge's ruling on abortion law
    In a big win for abortion rights — not to mention common sense — a federal judge on Monday gutted a portion of a new Texas law that would have forced the closure of many abortion clinics by requiring their doctors to have unnecessary admitting...
  • Judge rules part of Texas abortion law unconstitutional

    Judge rules part of Texas abortion law unconstitutional
    Some controversial new Texas abortion restrictions are unconstitutional and will not take effect as scheduled Tuesday, a federal judge ruled Monday. "Today's ruling marks an important victory for Texas women and sends a clear message to lawmakers: It is...
  • Letters: Taking Texas to task on abortion

    Re "Justices back Texas abortion law," Nov. 20 My fondest dream as a teenager was that my 18th birthday be my last day in Texas. It was, and this latest U.S. Supreme Court decision on the state's restrictive abortion law is just another reason for...
  • Scott Walker: For bold reform, give GOP White House and Congress

    Scott Walker: For bold reform, give GOP White House and Congress
    WASHINGTON — Voters have seen in the last few years that divided government leads to gridlock, and Republicans should make the case in 2014 and 2016 “to give this party a chance” to run both the White House and Congress, Wisconsin Gov....
  • Pope Francis calls for decentralized Catholic Church in manifesto

    Pope Francis calls for decentralized Catholic Church in manifesto
    ROME — Eight months into his headline-grabbing papacy, Pope Francis issued a wide-ranging manifesto Tuesday in which he sharply criticizes the excesses of capitalism and says he wants a decentralized Roman Catholic Church that is "bruised, hurting...
  • Seeds of our culture war were there at the first Thanksgiving

    Seeds of our culture war were there at the first Thanksgiving
    The Pilgrims did not debate abortion and gay marriage and the right to die at the first Thanksgiving. Nor did they talk with the Native Americans at the table about private property, the environment or the rights of minorities.  But in the tension...
  • Abortion clinics, not battle zones

    Abortion clinics, not battle zones
    A Massachusetts law that says "no person" may enter or remain in the 35-foot buffer zones established outside abortion clinics in the state has set off a controversial legal battle about the proper balance between the rights of speakers and the rights...