The Agenda: Senators say delay justice confirmation; Record number of SC officer-involved shootings; Trump and Clinton keep leads

Clinton knocks Sanders over campaign promises

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South Carolina's U.S. Senators Tim Scott and Lindsey Graham both indicated this weekend that they favored waiting until after President Obama leaves office to appoint a successor to Justice Antonin Scalia, who died unexpectedly over the weekend. Graham did say that if Obama nominated a "consensus" conservative judge, he would vote to confirm. Source: P&C

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton remain in the lead in their respective party primaries, according to the latest CBS latest poll. But one American Research Group poll puts Ohio Gov. John Kasich in second place behind the Donald. Source: P&C

Campaigning in Denmark, South Carolina on Friday, Hillary Clinton told a crowd at Voorhees College, "I will not promise you something I cannot deliver," a not-so-subtle dig at her opponent Bernie Sanders. Source: ABC News

The developers of the stalled Magnolia project on the neck of the peninsula have filed for bankruptcy protection, a step that may allow for progress on the former industrial site that's been proposed for mixed use residential development for years. Source: P&C

The ownership group that recently bought the Morris Sokol building on King Street for more than $22 million says the space could be converted to "a mix of uses." Source: P&C

The 48 officer-involved shootings in South Carolina in 2015 was the highest number since SLED began tracking the data in 1999. Source: The State

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