Months after a deadly riot renewed scrutiny of South Carolina's prison system, authorities are still working out critical details in the investigation and have not announced any criminal charges.
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South Carolina has shown that re-entry programs can work. Almost 70 percent of the people who leave prison after taking part one local program find work within a year, which is nearly three times the national average.
Tim Scott, the Senate's sole black Republican member, now says Donald Trump is making progress on race relations. It comes one year after the South Carolina lawmaker questioned the president's moral authority in the wake of a deadly white supremacist rally.
RIDGEVILLE — The sun beat down outside Lieber Correctional Institution on Wednesday afternoon, glinting off razor-sharp Concertina wire lining…