Jamie Lovegrove is a political reporter covering the South Carolina statehouse and congressional delegation. He previously covered Texas politics in Washington for The Dallas Morning News and in Austin for the Texas Tribune.
Charleston County Sheriff Al Cannon, left, testifies before a House budget subcommittee on Wednesday, Jan. 16. Cannon is one of several law en…
The Greenville forum was the second of four hosted by The Post and Courier in the wake of the newspaper's series "Minimally Adequate," which laid out how gaping disparities have left thousands of South Carolina students unprepared for college or the modern workforce after high school.
The Post and Courier's 'Minimally Adequate' education panel at Furman University in Greenville on Jan. 14, 2019 featured former U.S. Education…
"I'm not interested," Trump said of Graham's idea. "I want to get it solved. I don't want to just delay it."
"Some in our party wonder why Republicans are constantly accused of racism — it is because of our silence when things like this are said," U.S. Sen. Tim Scott wrote of U.S. Rep. Steve King's recent comment.
As the partial government shutdown approaches its fourth week, hundreds of federal workers in South Carolina will not receive their scheduled paychecks Friday, leaving many low-income employees uncertain about how they will afford their bills and other necessities.
A few of the federal workers who gathered outside U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham's Columbia office on Thursday to urge Congress to end the partial g…
After falling just short in the 11th hour last legislative session, clean energy advocates are renewing their push to ease restrictions in South Carolina on how much energy rooftop solar customers can sell back to the power grid. But they have already met an initial setback.
Gov. Henry McMaster speaks at his inauguration outside the S.C. Statehouse on Wednesday.