A Philadelphia jury on Monday found Dr. Kermit Gosnell guilty of murder in the deaths of three babies born alive during abortions and acquitted him of a fourth similar charge.
Bishop Joseph McFadden awoke at the rectory where he was staying and felt ill. He was taken to a hospital, where he died.
Analysis: One man's word put four men in prison. But stories conflict, and there's no real evidence to support his claims.
A Philadelphia judge dismissed three of eight murder charges Tuesday in the trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, a Philadelphia abortionist accused of killing babies said to be born alive at his clinic.
Several patients and former employees testified about the squalid conditions they saw at Dr. Kermit Gosnell's abortion clinic. Prosecutors seek the death penalty.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett announced Dec. 12 that the state would not set up its own health insurance exchange and instead join the federal exchange, which will cover elective abortions.
Just how the decision will impact such issues as abortion was not totally clear.
At the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation, legislative director Maria Vitale Gallagher said she thinks states can opt out of abortion coverage in the federal exchange.