A 36-year veteran of the U.S. Senate has been voted out and North Carolina has banned same-sex marriage.
Republican Senator Dick Lugar of Indiana was defeated Tuesday in that state's primary.
Tea-party backed candidate Richard Mourdock soundly defeated Lugar after painting him as too moderate.
Voters in North Carolina approved a constitutional amendment defining marriage between a man and a woman. They become the 30th state to ban same-sex marriage.
Protestors Head to Bank of America's Annual Shareholder Meeting
More than a thousand protesters are expected to surround the Bank of America headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina today.
It's a protest in response to the bank's annual shareholder meeting.
The protest is organized by 99% Power, a group calling for the bank to pay its corporate income tax, stabilize the housing market and invest in American jobs.
Closing Arguments in Hudson Murder Trial
Closing arguments are set to begin in the murder trial of the man accused of killing Jennifer Hudson's family.
Prosecutors spent two weeks arguing their case and called more than 80 witnesses.
The defense took just 30-minutes to present its case and never called William Balfour to the stand.
Balfour is accused of killing Hudson's mother, brother and nephew.