What’s next for U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford, R-Charleston, after a long career in Congress unexpectedly ended this year? The SC congressman is trying to figure that out after moving in with one of his sons.
In a week, S.C. lawmakers will begin filing bills that they will propose during the 2019-20 legislative session. Here is a look at 10 upcoming proposals and how they could affect everyday South Carolinians.
What are the secrets? Special prosecutor David Pascoe files a motion to open now-censored parts of a state grand jury report that contain potentially negative information on former state Rep. Rick Quinn.
SCE&G’s fate is expected to be decided by the S.C. PSC next Friday, 16 months after the Cayce-based utility canceled its $9 billion nuclear plant construction project, kicking off a legal and political firestorm that has raged ever since.
U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, the former S.C. governor, Haley tells the Weekly Standard she wants to write a book, saying it would be “therapeutic” to write about her time at the U.N. and Trump administration.
The PSC granted a request Wednesday to deny higher water and sewer rates for up to 28,000 S.C. customers previously ordered to pay more to cover the legal costs of a utility that lost a pollution case.
As the S.C. Chamber of Commerce unveils an effort to cut business taxes and fees, a study released Tuesday says tax breaks for some businesses are costing S.C. school districts more than $300 million a year.
A Swedish think tank says Russia has emerged as the world's second-largest arms producer after the U.S. Russia surpassed Britain, which had held the spot since 2002 and remains Western Europe's No. 1 arms maker.