Cecile Richards said "hateful" rhetoric and harassment have "real implications."
"We've seen that across the country from all sorts of speakers," Vicki Cowart said.
“I think he's a sick person,” Trump said.
Robert Lewis Dear said "no more baby parts" in a statement to police, according to NBC News.
"I know that’s one of those words you’re not supposed to say, but I’m saying it."
Paul wants a watchdog to investigate all fetal tissue research supported by HHS.
Richards faced a barrage of attacks from nearly two-dozen lawmakers over five hours.
Francis says he just follows "the social doctrine of the church."
The Senate is taking a procedural vote on a bill banning abortions after 20 weeks.
Fiorina didn't moderate her stances when she ran for Senate in California.
The centrist senator wants distance from at-all-costs efforts to defund Planned Parenthood.
“It is easy to go out and talk to people who agree with you,” says Sanders.
Many clinics had been reevaluating their precautions even before the attack.
Mayor John Suthers says it appears Planned Parenthood was targeted.
Carson said both sides should "engage in civil discussion."
A super-PAC is reportedly readying videos attacking Rubio on abortion and his voting record.
Clinton said Republicans like big government when it suits them.
In Tuesday's congressional hearing, Cecile Richards made some notable admissions.
The vice president called being pro-abortiom-rights as a Catholic "hard."
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) is coming out against an abortion ban.
Christie said Republicans "have done nothing" with House and Senate majorities.
Democrats accused Republicans of using doctored evidence.
Lawmakers don't expect State of the Union-like atmosphere.
"There's a plan we're working on and it's in progress," Sen. John Cornyn said.