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Midterm surprises still in store? - The Hill (blog) Kingston, pennsylvania - - The Hill (blog) - Two words — “legitimate rape” — from the Missouri Republican Senate candidate sunk his chances and burdened the campaigns of many other Republicans in 2012. Now, the party's establishment ... Jim Gerlach (R-Pa.), Tom Latham (R-Iowa) and Jon Runyan (R ... - -
Five key moments from five years of the Tea Party - Appleton Post Crescent Crescent, pennsylvania - - Appleton Post Crescent - Arlen Specter, D-Pa., became particularly rowdy. (Specter died ... Todd Akin of Missouri and Richard Mourdock of Indiana both made controversial remarks about rape that contributed to their defeats in races Republicans had been favored to win. Sarah ... - -
Aiding those raped in wartime - The Reporter Clinton, pennsylvania - - The Reporter - Reports from the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and South Sudan indicate that rape is increasingly being used as a weapon in those war zones. This horrific act is designed to terrorize and paralyze ... He was ... - -
Key Senate races to watch Effort, pennsylvania Even before a second Republican Senate candidate tripped over incendiary comments about rape, GOP leaders in Washington knew that their once promising chances of winning control of the Senate had diminished.
Kane, Freed present case for runs as attorney general Schuylkill, pennsylvania Democrat Kathleen Granahan Kane and Republican David Freed have both prosecuted a lot of cases, but their bids to become Pennsylvania's next attorney general could hinge on a case with which they had nothing to do: the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse c
Sandusky investigation creating controversy on Pa. House floor pennsylvania Concerns about the length and content of the Pennsylvania Attorney General's investigation of convicted child sex offender Jerry Sandusky has created controversy on the floor of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. On Wednesday, a Montgomery County state legislator attempted to introduce a resolution calling for a federal inquiry into the criminal investigation conducted by Republican Gov ...