A $100M Advanced Fighter Jet Went Missing Flying Over South Carolina, and the Military Wants the Public's Help Finding It
An F-35 stealth fighter went missing in the skies after its pilot ejected, and the military is asking for the public's help to find it.
One of the deputies was playing with his service weapon and accidentally shot his colleague in the foot.
The case is sure to spark fears among abortion rights advocates about the future of self-managed abortion.
Forty-three members of “Las Señoritas” are facing charges for trafficking drugs for the CJNG cartel. One of them was just arrested in Mexico.
A manager accused workers of kidnap and assault, but police didn’t bring charges and a spokesperson said the “allegations were not true.”
Utah, Oklahoma, Mississippi, and South Carolina have all legalized executions by firing squad once again.
Some argue Richard Moore shouldn’t even be on death row. Now he could become South Carolina’s test case for an archaic form of execution.
Two people in South Carolina are accused of conspiring to traffic seasonal agricultural workers and confiscating their passports.
Attorneys for the South Carolina lawyer say he’ll turn himself in after allegedly putting out a hit on himself so his son could claim the insurance money.
From his hospital bed, Pressley Stutts falsely described COVID-19 as “a deadly bio-weapon perpetrated upon the people of the world by enemies foreign, and perhaps domestic.”
The state passed a law last month allowing executions by firing squad, but they haven’t actually assembled one yet.
Who doesn't want to learn about seahorses after a few drinks?