In 1850, a Columbia photographer took a series of daguerreotypes of naked enslaved people. More than century later, the disturbing images turned up in an attic of Harvard University.
Jennifer Berry Hawes is a member of the Watchdog and Public Service team who worked on the newspaper's Pulitzer-Prize winning investigation, "Till Death Do Us Part."
Rep. Nancy Mace got yelled at, insulted, threatened and locked down in her office while Trump supporters stormed the Capitol. She'd been a congresswoman for roughly 100 hours.
They left their homes before dawn, or after sunset, to begin 12-hour shifts spent sweating beneath layers of plastic, breathing through masks and face shields, carrying the weight of life and death into every negative-pressure room assigned to them. In there, they saw what we didn't.
People from the Lowcountry who took part in vaccine trials reported feeling symptoms, like body aches and fevers, but were grateful for the brief periods of feeling sick because it meant they likely didn't get the placebo.
South Carolina officials filed the first criminal charges related to the 2018 Lee Correctional riot that left seven men dead, dozens severely injured and hundreds traumatized.
The important but forgotten places on Charleston’s peninsula are key to understanding how this city — so perpetually ranked America's best — became what it is today.
William Payne auctioned off upwards of 10,000 enslaved people from 1790 to the 1830s out of his business at 34 Broad St., where he also lived.…
After losing to incumbent Sen. Lindsey Graham by 10 points, Harrison sat in the living room of his Columbia home on Thursday watching his 1-year-old son play with a toy bus. He tried to sound upbeat.
Jaime Harrison, then a college student in the 1990s, is pictured with his "political dad," U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn. Provided
Jaime Harrison with his wife, Marie Boyd, and their sons outside their Columbia home. Kevin Lowery and Mission Control/Provided