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It has been decades since the last major breakthrough of a popular, easy-to-use and effective form of birth control. The pill has been available since 1960 and the IUD since 1965. Condoms have been around for centuries, although today’s latex...
The diagnosis for what ails the conservative group Concerned Women for America: Social anemia. Irony-poor blood. The group is devoted, as its website says, to bringing “biblical principles into all levels of public policy.” Now it and some...
After losing a last-minute appeal to the Supreme Court, craft chain Hobby Lobby will defy a federal healthcare mandate requiring employers to provide its workers with insurance that covers emergency contraceptives. The Oklahoma City-based chain, which...
Tags: Politics, Abortion, Health Treatments, Hobbies, Lobbying
Re "Bending the population curve," Opinion, Dec. 2 The world doesn't want to consider abortion as a method of family planning, but women worldwide do to the tune of about 40 million a year. Half of these are illegal and unsafe, resulting in millions...
MANILA — Philippines President Benigno Aquino III has signed legislation that will provide modern contraceptives to the nation’s poorest people and mandate sex education in public schools, a spokeswoman announced Saturday. Leaders of the...
Re "Roe vs. Wade turns 40," Editorial, Jan. 22 Although there will probably never be a consensus on abortion, it is also clear that two things must happen to advance the debate. First, pro-lifers must accept that all women deserve easy and...
Re "Family planning and Filipinos," Editorial, Dec. 19 The Times wrote: "The church has every right to try to persuade women to follow its dictates, but women must ultimately have the right to choose." Although the Roman Catholic hierarchy exercises...
Hunger. Environmental degradation. Political instability. These were among the consequences of rapid global population growth documented in a five-part series in The Times in July. Now, Opinion has invited leading scholars to consider what, if anything,...
Tags: Paul Kagame, Arts and Culture, Ecosystems, Barack Obama, Nigeria
Re "New policy urged on Plan B for teens," Nov. 26 As a physician and former high school teacher, I agree with the American Academy of Pediatrics' recommendation of giving teens advance prescriptions for emergency contraception. I've had too many...
Re "He needs a family plan," Opinion, Nov. 20 Jonah Goldberg's recommendation to President Obama to advocate for better family values among African Americans is incredibly offensive. Given Goldberg's long-standing opposition to just about anything Obama...
L.A. NOWSheriff's detectives are continuing to investigate a brawl at a punk-rock concert at the Alpine Village Center in unincorporated Torrance that left one man dead and another wounded on Sunday....
L.A. NOWA three-alarm fire ripped through a Mountain View High School cafeteria before firefighters were able to knock down the blaze....
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