"We have a period of reflection and recalibration ahead for the Republican Party," John Cornyn says.
Ch-ch-ch-changes. With key electoral wins and ballot initiatives, the hippies are taking over.
Akin loses in Missouri, and Mourdock loses in Indiana. Women reject two tone-deaf conservatives.
Full-page ad running in today's Indianapolis Star addressed to Republican U.S. Senate candidate Richard Mourdock.
Sen. Dick Durbin to stump for Democrat Joe Donnelly, hoping to take advantage of Republican Richard Mourdock's controversial rape comments.
Paging the Obama campaign...
A tale of two side-issues.
Two days after his comments about rape, the conservative Senate candidate stays above the fold on Indiana's major newspapers. "In a Firestorm."
On the Tonight Show, the President fired back at Senate candidate Richard Mourdock's comment that pregnancy from rape is "something that God intended to happen."
"I don't know how these guys come up with these ideas...rape is rape. It is a crime."
"We disagree on the policy regarding exceptions for rape and incest."
A $5,000 contribution to the conservative's bid in June. Since his remarks about rape Tuesday night, Republicans — and the Romney-Ryan campaign — have backed away from the Senate candidate.
Won't say if he still endorses.
Indiana's Richard Mourdock says he therefore opposes abortion in cases of rape and incest. The only exception he would allow is for the life of the mother.
There's no crying in politics.
Indiana GOP Senate candidate Richard Mourdock presents an interesting definition of bipartisanship after defeating moderate Republican Sen. Richard Lugar in yesterday's primary.