The Town of Edisto Beach's ban on renting a public facility for religious worship services is discriminatory and violates the First Amendment, the Department of Justice said in a statement of interest filed in federal court on Tuesday.
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In this installment of “Poor Lindsey Graham,” the senator tries in vain to make the far right fall in love with him.
Amid reports that U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., was warned years ago that one of her aides was a suspected Chinese spy, Graham wrote a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray to ask for more details about how the issue was handled.
A Charleston native and government prosecutor who resigned from a top post at the Justice Department last week is taking a high-profile job in…
NEW YORK — AT&T is launching a new streaming service incorporating television networks from the Time Warner company it just bought.
After joining the crew's ranks just a month ago, she may be the most popular new addition to the Whitesville Fire Department in recent memory.
Federal investment regulators appear to be investigating whether Santee Cooper did enough to warn lenders about troubles with its massive nucl…
Have something to say about North Charleston police? Officials want to hear it.
NEW YORK — Sprint and T-Mobile are talking up their $26.5 billion combination as great for high-speed wireless investments, rural service and …