Post and Courier food critic Hanna Raskin and reporter Adam Parker examined the racial divide in Charleston that’s becoming more apparent in the booming restaurant industry, which they say doesn’t reflect Charleston’s diversity as a whole. Source: P&C

Eleanor Kitzman, Gov. Nikki Haley’s handpicked nominee to lead DHEC, the state’s environment and public health agency, withdrew her name from consideration over the weekend, days after an initial day of tough questions from senators during her confirmation hearing. Source: The State, P&C

State leaders are eager to see what the next step is if the Supreme Court strikes down Affordable Care Act tax credits, a major portion of the Obamacare. Source: WSJ

Judy Clarke, the defense attorney for Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, has a history of defending notorious murderers, including the Unabomber, Eric Rudolph, and South Carolina’s Susan Smith. Source: NYT/AP

A fire broke out in the building that’s home to Big Johns Tavern this morning, allegedly starting in one of the three upstairs apartments around 6 a.m. Source: P&C

Gov. Nikki Haley was in D.C. pver the weekend for the National Governors Association conference and sat down with Washington Post to dish on presidential politics. And unlike some of her Republican colleagues who expressed skepticism about President Barack Obama’s patriotism, Haley dismissed the controversy, saying, “Of course he loves his country.” Source: Washington Post

Four Citadel cadets left the school and 20 more were disciplined recently after a school-wide investigation into hazing and other mistreatment. Source: AP, P&C

South Carolina is one of many states where course curriculum in AP U.S. History books has become a political talking point. Source: Politico