Landing on the cover of Time is the first step every serious presidential candidate has to take.
The proposed Dream Act would “allow immigrant students who grew up in the United States to earn lawful permanent residence and eventually American citizenship,” according to a press release from Sen. Graham’s office. Requirements include that recipients graduate high school or obtain a GED and “pursue higher education, work lawfully for at least three years, or serve in the military.” Proficiency in English, knowledge of United States history, and a clean criminal record are also among the stipulations.
On Monday afternoon, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) visited Modjoul, the workplace of Nazanin Zinouri, who is currently in Iran and unable to return to the U.S. following President Donald Trump's executive order last Friday.
Rep. Trey Gowdy released a statement Monday morning regarding President Donald Trump's executive order that indefinitely suspends the United States’ Syrian refugee program and temporarily blocks immigration from seven countries with predominately Muslim populations.
Women across the state are both pleased and disappointed with Trump’s victory.
Shortly after last night's third and final presidential debate came to an end, the Upstate's own Lindsey Graham weighed in on Donald Trump's claims that the 2016 election is "rigged" to ensure a victory by Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. Today, other South Carolina GOP leaders, including Graham's fellow U.S. senator Tim Scott and Gov. Nikki Haley, are weighing in, refuting the Republican nominee's claims.
A Confederate heritage activist group, the S.C. Secessionist Party, recently launched an effort to combat the removal of the Confederate flag in all its various forms from the S.C. Statehouse and various other sites.
When Greenville city staff learned that U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham was able to secure $92 million in funding for a new Greenville federal courthouse, City Governmental Relations Manager Julie Horton said the news came as a “total surprise.”
When Upstate college students return to classes after winter break, hundreds of them will be studying in foreign countries all across the world as part of study abroad programs.
The issue of backyard chickens dominated much of the discussion Tuesday as Greenville County Council once again considered a text amendment to the county’s zoning ordinance regarding the fowl. Council…
With several months of service now behind them, the interim board of directors for the Greenville County Disabilities and Special Needs Board is taking steps to begin a search for…
g new roads has gutted the state’s road maintenance system, said a former Department of Transportation planner who has conducted an independent analysis of the DOT repaving program. A major…