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Clash over biscuits might have led to Clemson student’s death

2015 March 30 - 22:00

RALEIGH — A confrontation over his failure to buy fast-food biscuits may have led to the death of a 19-year-old Clemson University fraternity pledge, who plunged to his death from a bridge into rocky, shallow water, his parents say in two civil


Officers open fire after 2 men dressed as women crash car into NSA vehicle; 1 dead

2015 March 30 - 21:57

FORT MEADE, MD. — Two men dressed as women smashed a stolen car into a police vehicle after they disobeyed commands at the closely guarded gates of the National Security Agency on Monday, prompting police to open fire.


Finish ethics reform this year

2015 March 31 - 00:01

Ever wonder why some legislative measures get the go-ahead even though they don’t broadly benefit the residents and taxpayers of this state? Former attorney general Travis Medlock does, and he says an ethics law requiring lawmakers to reveal more


Don’t back down to Iran

2015 March 31 - 00:01

Today is the deadline for reaching an agreement with Iran on its uranium enrichment program. Mostly likely, the six negotiating powers — Britain, France, Germany, Russia, China and the United States — will seek agreement with Iran on a


Drilling risks aren’t offshore oil’s only negative

2015 March 31 - 00:01

The Senate District I represent is a long coastal district covering more than 80 miles of South Carolina’s coast. It runs from Bulls Bay in Charleston County, to Port Royal Sound in Beaufort County. Having extensively navigated the Atlantic coast


Hary Reid’s welcome departure

2015 March 31 - 00:01

With Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid announcing on Friday that he won’t seek re-election in 2016, this may be a rare instance in which the retirement of an incumbent is a relief to his party. Now Democrats can run a fresh face unburdened by


Break with Israel could be Obama’s next ‘legacy’ step

2015 March 31 - 00:01

President Barack Obama’s rhetorical assault on Benjamin Netanyahu last week was in part the product of pique. But it also set the stage for what could be another crockery-breaking bid by Obama for a foreign policy legacy, on a par with his opening


Letter: Level the playing field for high school sports

2015 March 31 - 00:01

I read that the S.C. High School League, the governing body for high school athletics in South Carolina, has proposed that private schools should play up a classification. For example, AA schools would move up to AAA and AAA teams would move up to AAAA.


Letter: Don’t expand government control

2015 March 31 - 00:01

With the advent of the so-called Affordable Care Act, those who had no health insurance and did nothing were punished. One of the many bad precedents this law set is that to not do anything is made illegal. What else will the common citizen not do that


Letter: Cruz illustrative of GOP extremes

2015 March 31 - 00:01

Ted Cruz is interesting to me in that he demonstrates to what extremes the Republican ideology of terrorist politics, polarization as a means of personal gain, personal opinion over facts, big-dog-takes-all social agenda, and general intolerance of


Letter: Save Bonnie Doone

2015 March 31 - 00:01

Many of you have heard about problems in the Episcopal Diocese, but you might not know about problems in the Charleston Baptist Association.


Letter: Peace, quiet and dogs

2015 March 31 - 00:01

We hope our desire for happiness, safety, peace and quiet in no way is interfering with your leaving your dog(s) outside.


Letter: Carbon tax could benefit S.C.

2015 March 31 - 00:01

Many thanks to The Post and Courier for publishing George Schultz’ March 18 column, “Try the ‘Reagan Way’ on climate change.” By drawing a parallel with the Montreal Protocol that greatly reduced global emissions of


Deaths and Funerals for Tuesday, March 31, 2015

2015 March 31 - 00:01

ANGERER, Ruby, Walterboro


Deaths Summary for Tuesday, March 31, 2015

2015 March 31 - 00:01

ARMSTRONG, Geraldine, 88, of Mount Pleasant died Sunday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.


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