South Carolina band Ranky Tanky is on a mission to revive and celebrate Gullah music and culture, which originated among descendants of West African slaves in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina. The group earned a Grammy Award this winter, and…
By Daniel Bush
In taking stock of a stunning four-day stretch that saw Joe Biden score major victories in a swath of states, his supporters see areas for improvement in order for him to maintain that newfound momentum in what could be a…
By Thomas Beaumont, Associated Press
The window is closing for Pete Buttigieg's longshot presidential campaign. His fourth-place finish in South Carolina exposed a core vulnerability, namely the inability to attract the support of black voters who are vital to any winning Democratic coalition.
Candidates largely ignore places like Vance, a rural community of a few hundred people where residents say they feel left out of the political process.
2020 Democrats are making their final appeals to South Carolina voters before the primary stakes rise even higher on Super Tuesday. The latest polls from the Palmetto State show former Vice President Joe Biden with a substantial lead, followed by…
By Associated Press
In 2018, the Trump administration reversed decades of U.S. foreign policy by siding more blatantly with Israel, recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and moving the American Embassy there.
By Yamiche Alcindor, Meredith Lee
Tom Steyer, qualified for the 10th Democratic debate after increasing his poll numbers in South Carolina, told the PBS NewsHour that attacks against Michael Bloomberg over the nondisclosure agreements are a distraction.
By Tom Foreman Jr., Associated Press
The generational split among African American voters in South Carolina parallels the divide seen among whites and Latinos in early contests, with Sanders polling stronger among younger voters.
By Steve Peoples, Meg Kinnard, Bill Barrow, Associated Press
Leading up to Tuesday night's debate in Charleston, 2020 Democratic candidates previewed their lines of attack in a series of digital or television advertisements against Sanders.
By Associated Press
Looking past New Hampshire, Joe Biden is telling voters not to count him out because minority voters haven't yet weighed in on the race.
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