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An insider’s look at Bain Capital

An insider’s look at Bain Capital

01/15/12 07:00PM

Gaffney, South Carolina, was home to the factory Bain closed, putting 150 people out of work in the early 1990s. Kim Severson of The New York Times explains why many men and women living in the city don’t equate the company’s actions to the devastation... watch

S.C. enforces strict voter ID law

S.C. enforces strict voter ID law

01/15/12 07:00PM

Opponents of the South Carolina law contend that fraud is not a rampant problem in the state and the phone I.D. is a way to minimize minority voter turnout. State Sen. Larry Martin, R-S.C., author of the state’s voter I.D. law joins Andrea Mitchell... watch

Romney’s rough road ahead

Romney’s rough road ahead

01/12/12 07:00PM

Although Mitt Romney has reason to be confident heading into the South Carolina primary, he’s been on the defensive all week. Vanity Fair’s Todd Purdum discusses. watch

GOP targets youth vote

GOP targets youth vote

01/12/12 07:00PM

The 2012 GOP presidential candidates are reaching out to young voters in South Carolina, hoping it will make a difference in the primary. Sally Atwater, the daughter of late Republican icon Lee Atwater, is spearheading the “Students for Newt” effort in... watch

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