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Congress’ nonpartisan budget scorekeeper said birth rates aren’t expected to rise by much — assuming abortion access isn’t further restricted.
Experts predict the scourges of coronavirus and an economic recession will lead to a drop in birth rates. Here's why that matters.
Last year marked the fewest number of newborns in more than three decades.
It's part of a budget that hurts parents and families, from a White House that rips babies from mothers' arms.
In the U.S., women are essentially punished for having kids.
Get ready for a spike in births.
The largest decline was among black and Hispanic teens.
High unemployment leads to fewer births, but there might be a reason it's worse in Greece.
The birth rate of triplets has declined, however.