The Agenda: Boeing's new 787; Exec calls SC roads "a disgrace"; Graham says Benghazi report "full of crap"

Pass the Pineapple Casserole

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The guys over at the Upshot asked Google for the top-searched-for recipe in each state ahead of Thanksgiving this week. The top-Googled recipe in S.C.? Pineapple casserole. Personally, I've only had it once, but as a native Tar Heel, N.C.'s 'Pig Pickin Cake' didn't ring a bell either, for what it's worth. [NYT]

Graham on CNN's 'State of the Union' on Sunday - CNN SCREENSHOT
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U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham is not a fan of a new Republican committee-drafted report released late Friday that found no political cover-up in the 9/12 Benghazi attacks. Broadcasting from Kiawah Island on CNN's 'State of the Union,' Graham called the report, "full of crap." [Politico, CNN]

Nearly 3,600 now-unused MRAPs could be stored at a new Army facility in Goose Creek, with plans to keep around 500 of the armored trucks ready for action. [SC Radio, P&C]

Presumed 2016 contender, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is set to be the commencement speaker at USC's December ceremony. [P&C]

Coming off 50+ point blowouts over Clemson and San Diego State, the USC women's basketball team is ranked No. 1 in the nation in the newest AP poll. [GoGamecocks.com, AP]

At an event in Columbia last week, the president of Greenville-based Michelin North America said that South Carolina's roadways are "a disgrace" and that it could jeopardize further business expansion in the state. [Greenville News, GSA Business]

Boeing South Carolina began working on assembling its first 787-9 over the weekend. [P&C]

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