From LifeZette, Vice President Mike Pence speaks at the March For Life.
From LifeNews, Senator Tex Cruz (R-TX) vows to "never surrender on life".
From Breitbart, House Republicans were told to not promote the March For Life on their official accounts. (Where they, or their Democrat colleagues, also told to not promote the Women's March?)
From CNS News, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) reintroduces his bills to protect unborn children from conception and to defund Planned Parenthood.
From the New York Post, TSA workers sue the federal government over working while not being paid.
From American Thinker, President Trump's approval numbers have surged among - yes, believe it nor not - Latinos.
From The Federalist, "how the media missed the story on the Women's March".
From Townhall, the March For Life is itself a women's march.
From National Review, Dotard and Rocket Man will meet at the end of February.
From The Washington Free Beacon, the Democratic presidential field is "lackluster".
From FrontpageMag, Congress gets the "Nero Award".
From CBC News, a Canadian is one of six suspects held in Kenya in connection to the attack in Nairobi.
From CTV News, Canada's ambassador to China says that Prime Minister Trudeau will call Chinese President Xi Jinping.
From the Express, a British Lord believes that Brexit is blocked, not by the E.U., but by Ireland's Taoiseach.
From the Evening Standard, a man is arrested in Dartford, Kent, England for carrying a sword on a train.
From the Newham Recorder, a man is sentenced for his part in a "homophobic" acid attack in Dalston, England.
From the (U.K.) Independent, U.K. Prime Minister May talks with E.U. leader Juncker.
From the (Irish) Independent, an Irishman is arrested in the United States over alleged offenses in Ireland.
From the Irish Examiner, an economic conference is told that Brexit will be "extremely damaging" to U.K.-Ireland relations.
From the NL Times, Amsterdam plans to cut 95 percent of its carbon dioxide emissions by 2050. (The title says "carbon emissions", but the article correctly calls the emitted substance "CO2".)
From Deutsche Welle, the German Bundestag reclassifies some countries as "safe" for refugee returns.
From Radio Poland, the Polish parliament adopts a resolution paying tribute to U.S. President Woodrow Wilson.
From the Hungary Journal, Hungarian Foreign Minister Szijjarto says that the E.U. must be prevented form implementing the U.N. migration pact.
From Daily News Hungary, a majority of surveyed Hungarians oppose the opposition being allowed to push their own agenda.
From Hungary Today, a Hungarian MEP launches a movement to have his country's opposition parties form a joint campaign in the E.U. elections.
From About Hungary, a director of the Fidesz party discusses the behavior of Soros-backed organizations.
From Russia Today, Russia warns the U.S. against staring a new arms race.
From Independent Balkan News Agency, Bosnian authorities expect another wave of migrants this spring.
From the Greek Reporter, the European Parliament is concerned that there have been too many tourists going to Santorini. (I was there in 2006, so go ahead and blame me.)
From Total Croatia News, some Croatian parties want their government to block Serbia-E.U. membership talks.
From the Malta Independent, Malta hosts talks between 10 western Mediterranean countries.
From The Portugal News, E.U. nations prepare for a no-deal Brexit.
From Turkish Minute, Turkish prosecutors issue warrants for 72 soldiers for alleged links to Fetullah Gülen.
From Arutz Sheva, 14,000 Arabs riot on the Gaza-Israel border.
From YNetNews, Gaza is suffering a brain drain.
From Egypt Today, Mercedes-Benz plans to open a vehicle assembly plant in Egypt.
From Dawn, a women's bicycle rally in Peshawar, Pakistan is cancelled due to protest threats by religious parties. (Will the organizers of the U.S. Women's March have anything to say about this? I won't hold my breath.)
From The Express Tribune, Pakistan is likely to host the next round of Afghan peace talks.
From Khaama Press, an airstrike sends five Taliban IED planters to their virgins.
From The Straits Times, a road mosaic in Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia draws the ire of Muslim groups because it resembles a cross.
From Michael Smith News, why can't we criticize Islamic toxic masculinity?
And from Breaking Burgh, Arby's wins the contract for catering state dinners through 2025.