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The ongoing saga surrounding S.C. Speaker of the House Bobby Harrell's public corruption case is rapidly closing in on a resolution one which will no doubt detonate with explosive force across the Palmetto State's political landscape.
South Carolina's former chief prosecutor, a Republican, is condemning an ad attacking the state's Democratic gubernatorial nominee for his work as a defense lawyer.
Hours after the chairman of the South Carolina Democratic Party said there were new instances of "unethical activity" by Gov. Nikki Haley, the state ethics commission said one was a typo and the other wasn't a requirement.
At issue is a law passed last year in hopes of preventing a repeat of the 2012 legal mess that kicked hundreds of candidates off primary ballots because of disputes over how their paperwork should have been filed.
A third party candidate running for South Carolina governor should not be able to refer to himself as a Republican in campaign advertising, a state GOP spokesman said Thursday.
If you missed it yesterday, the NYT and Washington Post caught wind of the ongoing controversy at CofC over "Fun Home," with the Washington Post slapping President George Benson and his chief of staff Brian McGee on A1, and NYT sticking the 'upset gentility' at CofC further back in the main pages.
The legislative session has passed the mid-point with a mixed bag of accomplishments and activity.
Shealy is the third senator – but the first Republican – to call for director Lillian Koller's removal from the state Department of Social Services.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is a lawyer, and these days, with his administration and reelection campaign facing multiple investigations , he needs a lot of help from lawyers.
The Republican Governors Association is out with an ad attacking Nikki Haley's Democratic opponent that may well be one of worst campaign ads in recent memory: If you want to run for office some day, you better not believe that everyone is entitled to legal counsel before the government locks them away.
Liberal opinion writer David Brooks of The New York Times invoked the term in an interview over the weekend about U.S. President Barack Obama's foreign policy, saying Obama had a "manhood problem in the Middle East."
Late last week, a Facebook spat between South Carolina's Republican governor and an oft-supportive GOP state senator broke out into the national media.
Alison Bechdel and the cast of the off-Broadway musical adaptation of her graphic memoir "Fun Home" packed Memminger Auditorium on Monday night with a pair of shows featuring songs from the Pulitzer-nominated hit play amid ongoing protests on campus by students critical of state politicians' budget cuts over the school's assignment of "Fun Home" as ... (more)
Eight-year-old Olivia McConnell, from New Zion, S.C., is so passionate about science, she can be found searching for -- and finding -- shark's teeth in the playground sand during recess.
A state Senator has called on Gov. Nikki Haley to remove the embattled Department of Social Services director from her post.
The Republican Governors Association "goes there" with my absolute least-favorite attack ad topic of all time: criticizing criminal defense attorneys for their work representing clients.