In South Carolina, Kamala Harris said she would stay relevant, declared she would win in 2020 and promised she would be back in the early presidential primary state soon.
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Nikki Haley, the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, is getting back to her South Carolina roots even though she will continue to be based in New York.
"The voices of women like me are not heard. I think that's why it struck such a chord," said Nancy Mace, R-Daniel Island. "I mean women that feel the same way that I do, that have that same sort of streak: We aren't going to go along to get along. We're not going to dress like others. No one is going to tell us what to do. No one is going to tell me what to do. I am my own woman."
U.S. Sen. Tim Scott addressed the racial issues in Virginia by comparing it to South Carolina's reaction after the Emanuel shootings.
Calling yourself an engineer is political free speech.
Beto O'Rourke hasn't said whether he's running for president in 2020. That isn't stopping these South Carolina Democrats.
Tim Scott, the U.S. Senate's sole black Republican who has also been outspoken on issues of race during the Trump presidency, will headline the Charleston County Republican Party's second annual Black History Month event.
David Thompson predicts that designated parking spots for pastors in Charleston, the so-called "Holy City," may soon disappear as churches rea…
Gov. Henry McMaster's election win seems to have created a honeymoon with the GOP-dominated General Assembly. But will is last?
Read between the lines of Gov. Henry McMaster's State of the State speech.