South Carolina Military and Veterans

South Carolina has a rich military history, beginning in the Colonial Era. SC Public Radio offers news coverage, profiles, and histories of the state's military.

It wasn't that long ago that the effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act died once and for all in the Senate.

Or so many thought.

Taking Stock Of The American Family Farm

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US farmers up against it from shifting trade policies to a changing climate. We’ll look at the state of the US frontier now.

Facebook's Effect On Politics -- And Our Lives

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Facebook under new pressure and scrutiny from many sides as it ends up in the middle of national, international politics.

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Authorities say three people have been arrested after an eruption of violence on Georgia Tech's campus Monday night. The clash, which broke out during a vigil for a 21-year-old student shot and killed Saturday by police, left officers with minor injuries and one police vehicle damaged by fire.

Rolling Stone magazine is facing a defamation suit — again — as a federal appeals court ruled that three former University of Virginia students have a plausible case that they were personally implicated in a now-retracted story about an alleged gang rape.

The lawsuit began more than two years ago but was dismissed by a district court. Now the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has said the case should move forward, at least in part.

In the picturesque German city of Potsdam, a crowd gathers at the main square where a band is playing innocuous '80s covers.

The friendly looking musicians on stage attempt to rouse some enthusiasm from those waiting to hear Martin Schulz — the main challenger to German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the Sept. 24 elections — speak at a campaign rally.

Updated at 2:09 p.m. ET.

The Senate Intelligence Committee said it would require a longtime attorney for Donald Trump to appear in a future open session after his statement for a closed one on Tuesday began appearing beforehand in the press.

Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C., and Vice Chairman Mark Warner, D-Va., said they had "postponed" a closed-door meeting between Michael Cohen and committee staffers.

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Joseph Bernardin: Seeking Common Ground

As a priest, archbishop, and president of the US bishops' conference, Cardinal Joseph Bernardin, a native of Columbia, S.C., lived a ministry marked by thoughtfulness, compassion, and conviction. In his book, Joseph Bernardin: Seeking Common Ground (2016, Liturgical Press) , Steven P. Millies relies on interviews with the cardinal's assistants, friends, and family members, as well as on some previously unavailable archival material, to explore Bernardin's controversial "seamless garment"...

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