SC Democrats call for independent hacking probe

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Democratic lawmakers are calling for an independent investigation of South Carolina's hacked state tax returns and want tax credits for residents who have to deal with having their identities stolen.

SC Supreme Court Orders Ballots Returned

Tuesday afternoon the South Carolina Supreme Court ruled to have ballots and voting machines returned to Richland County officials in order to be counted.

SC legislators postpone hearing on election mess

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — State lawmakers have postponed a hearing to question Richland County voting officials about Election Day problems that included broken machines and hours-long lines that led some voters to abandon the polls altogether.

"Fiscal Cliff" Debate Moves Ahead

A potential economic calamity is looming. It's called the ``fiscal cliff'' and involves taxes and spending cuts.

SC picks Romney for president

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolinians have voted in favor of Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney for president, based on early returns and exit polling.

USC faculty share views on presidential politics

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Four political science scholars from the University of South Carolina are offering their insights into this year's presidential race as it enters its final week.

Election Nightmare Scenarios

Democrats and Republicans alike are fretting over what might go seriously wrong before, during or just after the Nov. 6 presidential election. Both parties have amassed lawyers and volunteers to watch polling places and appeal to local election officials if problems arise.

Politics Gets Scary

Politics can be a scary thing, escpecially as we creep closer to Halloween. Area stores say Presidential masks are all the rage every election year. This year is no different and may even determine who could be the next Commander in Chief.

SC's Haley Speaks at Women for Romney Event in NC

South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has made her second trip to North Carolina in less than a week, this time to help Mitt Romney and urge women to focus on economic issues in the presidential election.

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