A summary of the fall-out from comments made by the GOP's nominee in the Missouri Senate race.
InTrade gives the GOP a 49.4 percent chance of taking the Senate.
InTrade gives the GOP an 84.9 percent chance of keeping the House.
UPDATE (2:21 P.M.): Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) says that Todd Akin should drop out of the Missouri Senate race. I think it's safe to say that this is another week that will be won by the Democrats.
UPDATE (2:25 P.M.): One of the largest pro-GOP political action committees is now pulling its ads from the Missouri Senate race.
UPDATE (2:34 P.M.): Akin insists that he'll stay in the race.
UPDATE (2:49 P.M.): If Akin stays in the Missouri race, the National Republican Senatorial Committee will spend no money on that election.
UPDATE (3:11 P.M.): National Review calls on Akin to drop out.
UPDATE (3:58 P.M.): Reports indicate that Akin will drop out tomorrow.
UPDATE (4:33 P.M.): The Family Research Council says that Akin is the victim of a smear campaign.
UPDATE (7:38 P.M.): Sean Hannity tries to get Akin to drop out, but Akin says that he won't do it. If Akin doesn't drop out by 5 P.M. tomorrow, his name will remain on the ballot no matter what. I'm sure all the Democrats will be hoping he remains firm.