The South Carolina Republican didn't speak about what leadership role, if any, she'd take in a GOP takeover in 2022 or 2024, but some speakers at the event praised Haley as a future presidential candidate.
Thomas Novelly is a political reporter based in Charleston. He also covers the military community and veterans throughout South Carolina. Previously, he wrote for the Courier Journal in Kentucky. He is a fan of Southern rock, bourbon and horse racing.
Mara Mellstrom resigned this week, according to Mace's office. Dan Hanlon, the deputy chief of staff and legislative director, will take over as acting chief of staff. His transition becomes permanent on Jan. 1.
The Dec. 2 tree lighting will be the 99th annual tree lightning since the tradition began with President Calvin Coolidge in the 1920s.
The comment started a Twitter feud between Greene and Mace, taking over their respective feeds for the majority of the day.
And many Americans — 45 percent of them — say they have stopped talking about political and election news with someone as a result of something they said, either in person or online, according to Pew Research.
In Charleston, where Joint Base Charleston is located, housing prices have exploded and have put a burden on young service members and their families.
Mace said she has been working on the bill since arriving in Congress early this year. South Carolina is one of only 14 states that does not allow the medical use of cannabis, and numerous marijuana reform efforts in the Statehouse have failed.
This year, David Edwards is preparing to place around 5,000 wreaths, which is a new personal record. But it's still shy of the 26,000 headstones he's trying to reach.
The former president, in a statement on Nov. 13, called on "Any interest from good and SMART America First Republican Patriots" to challenge myriad politicians across the country.
Two men, Kyle Carpenter and Thomas Patrick Payne, are living Medal of Honor recipients from Batesburg-Leesville. Here's how their time in rural South Carolina influenced their lives.