Controversial crowdfunding: where to draw the line?

Talking Point
Fri 19 Sep, AT 15:42

Online fundraising for an abortion caused crowdfunding website GoFundMe to step in

Robert Fox

Why there's apprehension and joy at Pope Francis's election

Thu 14 Mar, AT 07:30
Robert Fox

If he can't make the Catholic Church and its practices fit for our times, his papacy will be an irrelevance

Sex selection abortions

Britain's unwanted girls: stats point to sex-selective abortion

One-Minute Read
Fri 11 Jan, AT 09:45

Figures suggest illegal abortions on gender grounds are happening in UK immigrant communities

Ireland to legalise abortion when mother's life is at risk

First Reaction
Wed 19 Dec, AT 12:58

But termination bill will not leave country with a clear enough policy, say critics

Irish abortion debate reignited by pregnant woman's death

Talking Point
Thu 15 Nov, AT 13:54

Savita Halappanavar's husband claims dying wife was refused termination because 'Ireland is Catholic'

What you get when you vote Barack Obama or Mitt Romney

Tue 6 Nov, AT 11:30

Election briefing: where the two candidates stand on the key issues facing the United States today

Mike Huckabee: 'rape can create extraordinary people'

One-Minute Read
Tue 21 Aug, AT 13:42

Attempt to calm the Todd Akin 'legitimate rape' row goes awry for former Republican governor


Green Party's anti-GM stance is just kneejerk technophobia

Opinion digest
Fri 25 May, AT 11:07

Opinion digest: the Green's GM problem, prisoner voting, and America's attack on privacy

Rick Santorum quits Republican presidential candidate race

Santorum quits – but damage to Republicans is already done

Wed 11 Apr, AT 07:36
Charles Laurence

The contest is now certain to be Romney v Obama and latest poll gives the President a 51 to 44 lead

Garry Trudeau

Doonesbury cartoon dropped for tackling Texas abortion law

One-Minute Read
Mon 12 Mar, AT 13:37

Garry Trudeau's cartoon is suspended or moved from comic section for satirising Texan rules