It is a fact of American history that three of the five Founding Father Presidents died on Independence Day. But was it just a coincidence?
On July 3, 1978, the Supreme Court issued its historic verdict in the George Carlin “seven dirty words” case, a decision that still holds sway over the use of indecent and obscene language on television, and in a new era of mass communications.
National Constitution Center president and CEO Jeffrey Rosen is joined by Richard Pildes and Michael Stokes Paulsen to analyze the constitutional aspects of the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage and election redistricting decisions.
Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s constitutional literacy adviser, looks at how the Supreme Court must depend upon others to put its judgments such as the same-sex marriage decision into effect.
There’s no doubt the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence in July 1776. But which date has the legitimate claim on Independence Day: July 2 or July 4?
Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s $500 million lawsuit against Univision includes allegations that the television network violated his Constitutional rights. But what are the rights at issue and are they a key component of the lawsuit?
Today we celebrate the anniversary of the 26th Amendment (ratified July 1, 1971). Here’s what you need to know.
Abigail Perkiss from Kean University looks at Sandra Day O’Connor’s time as a Justice on the 10th anniversary of her retirement announcement from the Supreme Court.
This week, the Supreme Court laid the groundwork to hear three controversial cases next term. Each case has the potential to upend constitutional law.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie declared his presidential intentions on Tuesday in what appears to be crowded GOP field. But “crowded” is a relative word according to the FEC’s official list of candidates.