Schuyler Kropf is The Post and Courier political editor. He has covered every major political race in South Carolina dating to 1988, including for U.S. Senate, governorship, the Statehouse and Republican and Democratic presidential primaries.
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Maybe Charleston's new Democratic congressman Joe Cunningham has picked up a new nickname: Joe Six-Pack.
Clemson has been invited to a second White House visit after winning the National Championship on Monday over Alabama.
Angry lottery players say they should be honored for their winning tickets.
You can tell a real South Carolinian based on what goes into their mouth and what comes out.
Mark Sanford's departure message from Congress includes a thank you to the role former wife Jenny Sanford played in his political campaigns and raising their sons.
Only some of the estimated 50,000 federal employees in South Carolina will be affected if there's a partial government shutdown.
A stay on plans for construction continues the legal fight over developing Captain Sam's Spit.
Officials are optimistic they will reach the local match needed to restore the eroding island in Charleston Harbor.
"Although they look cute and cuddly, they do have some nasty teeth," a marine expert warned in telling people not to approach seals they see on South Carolina beaches.
Lobbyists again will be called on to push medical marijuana in 2019.