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People are escorted away from the scene by police after a gunman opened fire at a Planned Parenthood facility on Centennial Boulevard in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Friday, Nov. 27, 2015. The gunman was captured alive. (Daniel Owen/Colorado Springs Gazette/TNS)

AP: ‘No more baby parts’: Reclusive suspect’s words draw focus

Sadie Gurman (Associated Press) November 29, 2015

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Robert Lewis Dear was reclusive, and he seldom spoke to neighbors in a desolate stretch of land in rural Colorado where he lived.Now, it's his words that are drawing the...

Carlyle Addy

Opinion: Planned Parenthood shooting was terrorism

Carlyle Addy November 29, 2015

Details are still coming out about the Planned Parenthood shooting over the weekend. There was confusion at first about whether or not this was actually a terrorist attack. Speculation included the incident...

Lucas Misera

Opinion: Justifying Planned Parenthood

Lucas Misera November 3, 2015

Occasionally, news breaks from the government that sticks around for a while, and I’m left wondering how we possibly could still be on that specific topic. Planned Parenthood is one of those subjects,...

Our View: Don’t defund Planned Parenthood

KS Editors October 25, 2015

The Ohio Senate passed a bill 23-10 Wednesday that would eliminate $1.3 million worth of federal and state funding for Planned Parenthood clinics.Supporters of the bill, which now heads to a vote in the...

Anti-abortion activists from the Viewers of the Word Church protest outside Planned Parenthoods Bedford Heights Health Center, which performs abortions. House Bill 294 could lead to the reproductive health organization from no longer receiving government funding for breast and cervical cancer screenings, among other services.

Ohio bill calls for defunding of abortion-performing organizations

Emily Mills and Allie Johnson September 16, 2015

Junior exercise science major Sam Anderson has been going to Planned Parenthood since she was 16 for birth control and other health services.“It would be very costly (for me to go somewhere else), and...

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