Missouri Republican Congressman Todd Akin won the nomination for a US Senate seat without the support of the party establishment. Now he's defied Mitt Romney's request that he step aside. Will Democrats keep talking about the "Republican war on women" all the way to November? Also, the Congressional Budget Office warns about avoiding the "fiscal cliff," and Julian Assange of WikiLeaks is holed up in Equador's London embassy. Will the rules of diplomacy allow British authorities to take him out?
Todd Akin and Abortion on the Campaign Trail
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Julian Assange and the British-Ecuadorian Standoff
Julian Assange of WikiLeaks fame has been holed up in Ecuador's London embassy. Diplomatic principle and British law say a foreign embassy is equivalent to the soil of...
Todd Akin, Abortion and the Presidential Campaign
Missouri Republican Congressman Todd Akin now says he knows that rape can make a woman pregnant.