The S.C. Senate on Tuesday gave key approval to a bill that would provide $6,000 scholarships to low- and middle-income students to attend private or other public schools.
South Carolina is listed as one of the states with the worst policies to prevent and reduce tobacco use, according to the American Lung Association’s 21st annual “State of Tobacco Control” report, released today.
The state earned mostly failing on this year’s report.
State retirement funds could not be invested based on controversial environmental, social or governance (ESG) factors, under a House bill filed for the new legislative session that starts next week.
America is the world’s most innovative country. Or at least it was.
By many measures, that title now belongs to China. The authoritarian powerhouse issued more patents than the United States for the first time in 2019, and it has left us in the dust ever since.
The National Center for Drug Abuse Statistics reports that almost 50,000 people die every year from opioid overdoses; opioids are a factor in at least seven of every 10 overdose deaths; and over 10 million people misuse opioids in a year.
Richmond, Virginia, will never remove its history as the capital of the Confederacy. But it is mistakenly trying to remove historical reminders of that place in its history and that of the South and United States.
The “Twitter Files” released by owner Elon Musk are not just about the social media platform itself.
This special editorial “Is There a Santa Claus?” is reprinted from the Sept. 21, 1897, edition of The New York Sun. In the spirit of the Christmas season, we hope you enjoy this read and that you have a very Merry Christmas.
What do Google, Facebook, and the ACLU all have in common? These left-wing institutions all oppose legislation that would let local news bargain fairly with Big Tech platforms.
One of South Carolina’s early governors – and one of the nation’s most controversial founding fathers – is taking center stage in a critical U.S. Supreme Court case this week that could fundamentally alter the control of federal congressional elections.