Ethics troubles before inauguration?
South Carolina's lieutenant governor-elect Henry McMaster faces state ethics charges for raking in more cash in his 2010 gubernatorial campaign than state law allowed.
The ex-S.C. attorney general and ex-U.S. attorney raised $72,700 from donors who already had given him the maximum allowed amount for the election cycle, according to the S.C. Ethics Commission.
Scott picked for whip team
U.S. Sen. Tim Scott, R-Charleston, was picked by U.S. Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, R-Texas, to be part of his 10-member vote-counting whip team -- a nice hat tip to Scott, whose first statewide win in November was a historic election. Scott was sworn in Tuesday as part of the most diverse Congress in history.
Boehner re-elected U.S. House speaker, Gowdy, Duncan get a vote each
Attorney: No plea deal; former lawmaker Viers’ case headed to trial
Bill could make it easier to investigate, prosecute sex trafficking cases
Benedict College officer's quick decision avoided 'Ferguson-like' incident
Andrew Young to speak as USC honors MLK
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham gifts new senator from Iowa a castration device on first day
Jake Gyllenhaal, Jessica Biel flick shot in Columbia in 2008, set for February release
Dog’s story has reached thousands after being left by Irmo doctor
The presidential race is on: For cash, polls and buzz
Republican Jeb Bush forms a new PAC
Rubio says he understands Americans' frustration with immigrants
State House today
• 1 p.m.: Judiciary Subcommittee onS.3
(Gressette 308 /Agenda
• 1:30 p.m.: Judiciary Subcommittee onS.1
(Gressette 105 /Agenda
• 11 a.m.: Legislative Oversight Committee (Blatt 521 /Agenda
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