SC event encourages women to run for office

The Center for Women in Charleston is hosting a conference to encourage more women to run for elected office in South Carolina. Several S.C. legislators and other women in politics will be on hand to offer their advice to prospective candidates.

Neil Gorsuch steals the week

Watching the Senate confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, one might easily find oneself wishing he were president. Gorsuch’s selection to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia is the sanest act committed by a president whose first 60 days have left him with an approval rating under 40 percent and persistent questions about his stability.

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Gamecocks prepare for Quinnipiac, the tournament's Cinderella team

South Carolina's A'ja Wilson and Dawn Staley look ahead to this week's NCAA Tournament opponent, the Quinnipiac Bobcats.
Gamecocks prepare for Quinnipiac, the tournament's Cinderella team 1:38

Gamecocks prepare for Quinnipiac, the tournament's Cinderella team

NCAA win over Duke adds to Gamecocks' credibility 1:30

NCAA win over Duke adds to Gamecocks' credibility

Go West, Gamecocks: USC heads to Stockton 1:18

Go West, Gamecocks: USC heads to Stockton

Coach Staley: Allisha Gray will play 0:46

Coach Staley: Allisha Gray will play