Mark Sanford Calls Off Engagement To His ‘Soul Mate’ The South Carolina congressman and former governor says he is calling off his engagement to Maria Belen Chapur because of ongoing contention with his ex-wife, Jenny. Dem Senator: Obama ‘Has Not Yet Done Enough To Earn The Lasting Trust Of Our Veterans’ Her re-election in doubt, North Carolina's Democratic senator has an uncomfortable decision to make as President Barack Obama appears in her state before a critical audience she's trying to woo: Veterans.
NC Senate Signs Off On Farm Bill Outside Groups Making Big Ad Buys For North Carolina Senate Race Survey: 56 Percent Of Young Americans ‘Living Paycheck To Paycheck’ Graham Urges GOP Unity After Primary Win Lindsey Graham Defeats 6 GOP Challengers SC Attorney General: Confederate Flag Protected By State ‘Heritage Act’ McConnell Holds Off Tea Party Challenger, Will Face Democrat Grimes In November Clay Aiken’s Opponent Found Dead
Man Pleads Guilty In Death Of 4-Month-Old Son A Brunswick County man will be sentenced in November after pleading guilty to second-degree murder and felony child abuse in the death of his four-month-old son. Charlotte Stops Paying For Officer Kerrick’s Defense The city of Charlotte is no longer paying Officer Randall Kerrick's legal costs in a lawsuit filed by the family of a man Kerrick shot and killed last year.
SC Chamber Wants Gas Tax To Bring More Road Money NC Health Officials Confirm 6 Cases Of Enterovirus Rights Of Same-Sex Military Spouses Vary By State Sheriff: Felon Charged After Accidental Shooting 4 SC Firemen Under Investigation Over Political Ad US Census: Poverty On The Rise In South Carolina NC Man Awaiting Retrial In Wife’s Death In Court Woman Repeatedly Stabbed In Nighttime Attack