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Gowdy wants Clinton’s email server

The South Carolinian who chairs the House committee investigating the Benghazi attacks has asked former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to turn over her personal email server to a “neutral, detached and independent” third party for “immediate inspection and review.”

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Report: Poor children lag behind despite 4K

A new study of South Carolina’s free 4-year-old kindergarten program for poor children has some education advocates questioning whether the decade-old, $65 million-a-year intervention is succeeding. While poor children in poor districts fare better academically when they go to 4K, their chances of passing state assessments remain consistently lower than all students statewide, advocates say.

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Elected official commits crime, pays for special election bill

Gov. Henry McMaster is questioned about a bill that would require an elected official
Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
Elected official commits crime, pays for special election bill 1:04

Elected official commits crime, pays for special election bill

Rock Hill mom said legalizing marijuana would give her 'hope' 2:19

Rock Hill mom said legalizing marijuana would give her 'hope'

The topsy turvy relationship of Donald Trump and Nikki Haley 1:55

The topsy turvy relationship of Donald Trump and Nikki Haley

Bill Nettles: 3:19

Bill Nettles: "Role of the federal government is to do what the states are unwilling or unable to do"