Officials in Charleston County, S.C., unanimously approved a settlement with the family of Jamal Sutherland, who died in January after sheriff’s deputies used pepper spray and Tasers on him.
The deputies, Sgt. Lindsay Fickett and Detention Deputy Brian Houle, used pepper spray and Tasers on Jamal Sutherland on Jan. 5 at the detention center in Charleston County.
The death of Jamal Sutherland after officers tried to remove him from his cell using pepper spray and Tasers raised calls for changes in the treatment in custody of the mentally ill.
Congress allocated $25 billion in December and another $21 billion in March to help people who fell behind on rent during the pandemic. Little has reached landlords or tenants.
A 1945 cottage in Charleston, a two-bedroom condo in an industrial loft in Omaha and a converted stone church in Bernardsville.
For 37 years she stirred the pot at Martha Lou’s Kitchen in Charleston, S.C., a modest restaurant that became known as a temple for Low Country cuisine.
In the last five years, there have been at least 29 shootings with four or more fatalities, according to a database compiled by the Violence Project.
Bravo’s main man bids adieu to what may have been the twenty-twentiest 2020 ever.
Two new studies clarify how Covid-19 spreads among young adults and expose the limits of quarantine measures.
Weddings help pay for education at American labor camp sites and connect us with history. Is that good enough?
A Gothic Revival mansion in Old Lyme, a two-story condo in San Francisco and a 19th-century clapboard house in Charleston.
With more families working and studying remotely, resorts are dangling attractive rates, enhanced Wi-Fi and the charms of autumn as reasons to forget summer is ending.
Working and schooling from home for the foreseeable future has prompted some homeowners to consider major home renovations.
A powerful visitors’ bureau has pushed the South Carolina city to the top of “best” lists by selling gentility. Critics say that has come at the expense of history and the city’s Black population.
Governors and mayors are under pressure to remove statues tied to slavery or colonialism. But finding them a new home might not be easy.
Five years after the mass shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, officials in Charleston, S.C., announced a plan to remove a monument to the prominent slavery defender John C. Calhoun.
After nearly two weeks of national unrest, Claudia Rankine reflects on the reality of repetition in the systems of institutionalized racism.
He loves South Carolina. He said he will win South Carolina. He spent the days before the primary reminding South Carolina why it should love him back.