While the "Abolish ICE" idea, initiated by left-wing activists, has begun to garner some support from a small cadre of Democratic lawmakers and candidates in more progressive parts of the country, Democrats running in this historically red state have stayed away from the controversial proposal.
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At Thursday's Charleston County GOP reunion of retired 1st District congressmen, Sanford instead focused on why it's okay to have differences in the Republican Party after she defeated him in the June primary, ending his D.C. career.
Lawyers facing off against SCE&G and its parent company, SCANA Corp., believe the judge's decision is the first major domino to fall in the battle for information about the $9 billion nuclear failure.
After successfully dinging U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley last year, a federal ethics watchdog has set its sights on another pair of South Caroli…
Charleston County Democrats have launched a new initiative to reach out to Hispanic voters, and Democratic gubernatorial candidate James Smith taps a new campaign manager. The 1st District congressional race heats up.
COLUMBIA — South Carolina state Sen. Greg Hembree is in the hospital after suffering a brain aneurysm Thursday, according to media reports and…
McMaster's decision to insert Condon as the temporary chairman of Santee Cooper comes after state senators failed to approve Condon for the job full time.
Third-party television and radio ads played a big role throughout the Republican governor's primary race, but they were huge in the runoff.
There's a price for having the country's top-two politicians come visit.
With sea levels rising, state lawmakers in South Carolina are seeking to use tourism-related taxes to help pay for projects that could reduce the number of flooded streets and damaged homes