The number of American teenagers getting pregnant continues falling.

FOX's Tom Rigatti explains:

Not only are the number of teen pregnancies down, but they fell to another historic low. The figures from federal government are based on teen pregnancies last year.

They show that the birth rate among teens in this country dropped eight percent. Those rates have been falling since 1991.

The experts tell us it's due to less sex, positive influence and more consistent use of birth control.

Tom Rigatti, FOX News.