No third-party candidate scores above single digits in the Palmetto State.
Clinton linked the 2015 attack to last Sunday's mass shooting in Orlando, Fla.
Dylann Storm Roof, 22, allegedly shot and killed nine people in June 2015.
She said the transfers would hurt the local economy and cast a shadow of fear over the state.
She called on the Department of Energy to stop a shipment of plutonium from Japan.
Clinton beat Sanders by 93 points among black voters over 65.
Clinton countered the message of Donald Trump and took on a somber note.
The numbers could mean a good night for Hillary Clinton.
"Looking back, I shouldn't have used those words, and I wouldn't use them today."
"The race goes on and this is a race," he said. "We are in this race to win it."
Clyburn said he waited as long as he could to endorse Clinton before the Saturday election.
"Don't you feel the Bern?" the actor asks.
One suspect, a teenager, was taken into custody after the incident.
"I know what that rhetoric can do. I saw it happen," the South Carolina governor said.
North Charleston is just the latest city to undergo a review of police practices.
Conservative Republicans are worried that political correctness is creeping into their party.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations is warning of possible legal challenges.
Clinton referred to the Bible passage in her South Carolina victory speech.
The primary was quickly called in favor of Clinton, who is expected to win by a large margin.
An easy win for Clinton, if it materializes, would put her in a strong position for Super Tuesday.
Clinton has 64 percent support, the poll found.
The congressman says Sanders' accusation "doesn't hold water."
"I'm officially endorsing my brother Bernie Sanders," Lee says.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were the biggest winners on Saturday.