Topic: Mount Pleasant

Featured

  • In Pictures Civil War reenactors

    Dale Smith of Johnsonville, S.C., holds a Confederate Naval Jack flag as he looks out at Fort Sumter from the Battery in downtown Charleston, S.C., after cannon were fired to mark the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War on April 12.

All Content

  • Ex-Gov. Mark Sanford back in public office: Defeats Colbert Busch

    Mark Sanford revived a scandal-scarred political career by winning back his old congressional seat Tuesday, in a district that hasn't elected a Democrat in three decades.

  • Former SC Gov. Mark Sanford eyes US House bid

    Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, who left public life two years ago after mysteriously disappearing to visit his then-mistress in Argentina, is poised to re-enter the political arena.

  • Next stop South Carolina: Can Romney's train keep chugging ahead?

    If the trend so far in the primaries has been for Republican voters to vote for Mitt Romney with their heads and not with their hearts, some in conservative South Carolina are saying: 'Not so fast.' Most evangelical leaders meeting in Texas Saturday voted to back Rick Santorum.

  • With 'Courage, New Hampshire,' tea party movement enters world of entertainment

    With 'Courage, New Hampshire,' tea party movement enters world of entertainment

    Shot on a shoestring budget, "Courage, New Hampshire" is intended to depict traditional American values espoused by the tea party movement. But the show is yet to win a TV distribution deal, so it will premier Sunday night in a movie theater then come out on DVD.

  • In Pictures Civil War reenactors

    Dale Smith of Johnsonville, S.C., holds a Confederate Naval Jack flag as he looks out at Fort Sumter from the Battery in downtown Charleston, S.C., after cannon were fired to mark the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War on April 12.

  • In Pictures Wacky weddings

    Scot Gortman and Peggy Plair fly through the air on the Geronimo Sky Coaster after exchanging wedding vows at the Wild Adventures amusement park near Valdosta, Ga.

  • How to pick a college? 10 tips for seniors from their peers

    How to pick a college? 10 tips for seniors from their peers

    Christmas vacation is often no vacation for college-bound high school seniors, many of whom spend these weeks refining their list of schools, polishing their essays, and completing their applications. The application process can be exhausting, but it’s making the final choice that keeps you awake at night. Which school is “the one”? There’s no shortage of advice from parents and guidance counselors. But people who’ve recently been through the process – and come out the other end – have words of wisdom, too. Here are 10 things your future classmates say you should consider before sending in that deposit.

  • Is your office going to the dogs? Five top dog-friendly employers.

    Is your office going to the dogs? Five top dog-friendly employers.

    Only 17 percent of US employers allow pets, even though researchers find that dogs make employees happier, more productive, and encourage teamwork. Plus, having your Pekinese or chocolate Lab begging for a walk is a perfect way to break up a routine workday. Here are five top dog-friendly companies:

  • In Pictures Midwest storms

    Clouds pass over Manteno, Ill., on Oct. 26, as a storm producing high winds passes through the area.

  • Questions remain after police kill college football player, Danroy Henry

    Questions remain after police kill college football player, Danroy Henry

    Local police shot and killed a college football star, Danroy Henry, in New York, but witnesses say the police story is not accurate and they demand justice.