2012 Congressional elections
The latest news on 2012 Congressional elections
Outrage over Mourdock's comments about rape and abortion are completely justified.
Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill cast herself as a moderate while GOP challenger Todd Akin repeatedly linked her to the policies of President Barack Obama.
Akin raised about $1.6 million for his Senate bid in the months after Republican Party officials sought to distance themselves from his comments on "legitimate rape."
Romney's contraception comment part of appeal to vital women voters.
Paul Ryan is staying in his House race despite what his opponent's cheeky E-mail claims.
Jesse Jackson, Jr. faces ethics probes, absences. But he's unlikely to lose his re-election bid.
Reps. Howard Berman and Brad Sherman get close to throwing punches during debate.
Pro-life congressman calls recorded phone call 'pure character assassination'
Businesses affiliated with Sen. McCaskill's husband received $40 million in federal subsidies.
The decline is largest since January 2011 and reflects positive job market growth.