Our Presidential Madness contest is down to four historic leaders, as Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton reignite their feud, and John Adams tackles FDR’s war leader.
Constitution Daily looks back at the inspirational story of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and uncovers some interesting facts about the late civil rights leader’s life.
Our readers have spoken in our Presidential Madness contest, and we have two finalists for the cabinet position of best vice president ever: John Adams and Al Gore.
As expected, former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford won a runoff election to face Elizabeth Colbert Busch in a House special election, but Sanford is already talking about his opponent’s brother, comedian Stephen Colbert.
It’s been months since Washington and Colorado legalized marijuana and challenged federal laws on controlled substances. And without federal action, the two states remain stuck in a rut.
In our quest to pick the best presidential Cabinet ever, two historic and modern figures are pitted against each other as top advisers: Alexander Hamilton and Robert Kennedy.
As we approach the ADA’s 25th anniversary in 2015, we draw inspiration from Justin Dart Jr.’s legacy of united advocacy and civic action as our definition of “We the People” grows broader and stronger.
Comedian Steven Colbert isn’t taking a back seat as his sister will likely take on former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford. In fact, he’s committed to two high-profile funding events, and cracking jokes about Sanford.
Lyle Denniston looks at the reasoning behind reading a Miranda warning to a foreign terror suspect, and how such an act can help convict guilty suspects in a civilian court.
Five fun facts about the U.S. Mint. Can you guess who was on the first commemorative coin?