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A fifth grade student at Lambs Elementary School in North Charleston works a math problem during class in this 2009 file photo.
Senator Graham aggressively fought President Obama's union appointees at the National Labor Relations Board when they filed a frivolous complaint against Boeing's decision to build a production facility in South Carolina.
With enrollments higher than expected, and costs lower, some Democrats - but not necessarily those in South Carolina - say it's time to stop hiding from the president's health care overhaul, even in this year's toughest Senate elections.
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Rep. Paul Broun , 2014: The US Senate candidate gave away a Colt AR-15 and a Colt Marine Corps 1911 Rail Pistol to two members of his email list.
Charleston, S.C. native Kathryn Dennis began dating former state treasurer Thomas Ravenel last summer.
According to Politico, the crowd there loved him : By the time the Texas Republican senator finished speaking Tuesday night, an adoring audience hailed Cruz and his no-compromise, combative style of conservatism that has made him the scourge of the GOP establishment but a hero of the tea party.
There's been a lot of talk in Washington about unemployment, raising the minimum wage and a host of other issues that affect our country.
STAFF PHOTO BY ROB NOVIT Det Bowers, left, and Benjamin Dunn were among five Republican candidates for U.S. Senate who participated in a debate, sponsored by the Aiken Republican Club on Tuesday.
The Dept. of Energy's proposal to put a 60%-complete mixed-oxide fuel facility in Aiken, S.C., on "cold standby" has run into criticism from key senators.
So the Democrats are going to ask South Carolina voters if marijuana should be legal - for medicinal purposes, of course.
Almost 50% of registered voters who responded said they approve of how Governor Nikki Haley is doing her job.
Claude J. Clifton thought he was going to Patriots Point on Tuesday as a volunteer to talk about his experience in the Navy during World War II.
Iran isn't serious about nuclear negotiations with the United States, or it wouldn't have named a man to be its U.N. ambassador who was associated with the group that took Americans hostage in 1979, says Sen. Lindsey Graham.
Public Safety officer Dusty Poole greets Ted Cruz before the Texas senator addressed a crowd of about 150 people at the Free Enterprise Foundation at the Holliday Alumni Center at The Citadel on Tuesday.
Officials at the University of South Carolina Upstate are still defending the school against criticism from politicians who object to LGBT-themed programs, but other politicos have joined the homophobic chorus.