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Georgetown Law Center on National Security provides legal assistance in holding...

WASHINGTON-- Justice for Ukraine and the Ukrainian victims of Russia's invasion of the country will require international legal support, experts said at Feb. 1...

Pro-life leaders urge Congress to make childbirth free: ‘We should not...

WASHINGTON -- Some pro-life leaders have called on Congress to make childbirth free for mothers, while others maintain addressing the financial burden of raising...

Child care is core component in this post-Roe world: ‘You can’t...

WASHINGTON -- Affordable child care must be a core component of a post-Roe response from the Church, advocates at the Catholic Social Ministry Gathering...

University of Notre Dame’s de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture...

WASHINGTON -- The pro-life movement should work to change hearts and minds on the issue of abortion by demonstrating "radical solidarity" with women and...

Internal SCOTUS investigation turns up nothing in revealing who leaked draft...

The U.S. Supreme Court revealed Jan. 19 that after a monthslong investigation by its marshal, it has yet to identify who leaked the draft...

First federal death penalty case heard under President Joe Biden, who...

The terrorism trial of Sayfullo Saipov, who is accused of fatally striking eight people with a truck in New York City in 2017, began...

‘On Religious Freedom Day, we reflect on our right to practice,...

WASHINGTON -- Like his five most recent predecessors, President Joe Biden has issued a proclamation declaring Jan. 16 Religious Freedom Day and calling for...

118th Congress elects Kevin McCarthy Speaker of the House as two...

WASHINGTON -- Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., was elected Speaker of the House Jan. 7 after a tumultuous process that stretched across the first week...

President Joe Biden plans first visit the U.S.-Mexico border after U.S....

WASHINGTON -- President Joe Biden said Jan. 4 he plans to visit the U.S.-Mexico border, which would be the first visit to the border...

Death Penalty Information Center names 2022 ‘the year of the botched...

WASHINGTON -- After a report dubbed 2022 "the year of the botched execution," Catholic activists renewed their calls for an end to capital punishment...

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