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  • S.C. governor faces list of ethics charges

    COLUMBIA, S.C. – Gov. Mark Sanford is accused of breaking 37 ethics laws regarding campaign finances and travel, including using taxpayer money for high-priced airplane tickets that took him around …

  • Sanford vows not to quit despite call for resignation

    COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford rebuffed his lieutenant governor’s call to resign Wednesday, two months after he admitted an affair, saying he will not be “railroaded” out …

  • South Carolina GOP votes to censure Sanford

    COLUMBIA, S.C. – After nearly four hours of discussion Monday evening, leaders of the South Carolina Republican Party voted to censure Gov. Mark Sanford, reprimanding him for secretly leaving the …

  • A political wife’s refreshing honesty

    An indication that Gov. Mark Sanford’s extramarital affair wouldn’t be business as usual was the absence of his wife, Jenny Sanford, from his icky news conference last week. Add to …

  • Sanford says he won’t resign

    SULLIVANS ISLAND, S.C. – South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford gave thought to quitting, retreating from public scrutiny to rebuild his life as the scandal of his extramarital affair with an …

  • Sanford will repay Argentine trip

    COLUMBIA, S.C. – A day after Gov. Mark Sanford tearfully confessed to an affair, he stayed out of sight Thursday – raising his head only to issue a statement that …

  • Sanford comes home, admits his infidelity

    It all started innocently, the South Carolina governor said, when he and a woman struck up a conversation eight years ago. She confided in him about being separated from her …

  • S.C. governor’s impromptu hiking trip sparks concerns

    Gov. Mark Sanford finally phoned home Tuesday. The South Carolina Republican had been AWOL since Thursday, when, according to aides, he left town and went off the grid to “decompress” …



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