Two attorneys who argued the Riley cellphone case before the Supreme Court joined the National Constitution Center’s Jeffrey Rosen on June 16 to discuss the basic arguments in the case.
In a sweeping opinion on Wednesday, the Supreme Court ruled in a 6-3 decision that the fledgling TV service Aereo violated copyright laws, in a big victory for television networks. The Justices said the cloud computing business is unaffected by the decision.
Leading constitutional lawyer and scholar Laurence Tribe joins the National Constitution Center to discuss his former students, Barack Obama and John Roberts, the current Supreme Court and some big cases due in the next week.
More Supreme Court decisions are expected on Wednesday and Thursday, with an imminent ruling in the Hobby Lobby case grabbing the most attention because of its direct impact on the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare.
On June 25, 1788, the former colony of Virginia voted to ratify the Constitution. But technically, today might not really mark the commonwealth’s 126th anniversary as a state, despite numerous claims on the Internet.
The award-winning NPR show Intelligence Squared U.S. returns to the National Constitution Center for a no-holds-barred debate, this time focusing on campaign finance, Super PACs and the First Amendment.
Lyle Denniston looks at a big constitutional barrier to the courts acting as an arbiter of inter-branch disputes between Congress and the White House.
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to accept New Jersey’s appeal about legalized sports betting. But one politician seemingly has a plan to get around the decision.
Leading constitutional lawyer and scholar Laurence Tribe will join the National Constitution Center to discuss what he calls a “deeper understanding of the substance of the [Supreme] Court’s work and how it is transforming our nation.”
Grover Cleveland stands alone in American history as the only President to serve non-consecutive terms. On the anniversary of his passing, here’s a look at one of most fascinating White House occupants.