Two polls from well-respected research institutes show many Americans don’t know much about the health care fight in Washington, don’t care about it – or thought the Supreme Court ruled in another direction. The polls were done independently by the Pew Research Center and the Kaiser Family Foundation, but they have similar results that show […]
Mitt Romney won’t talk about his vice presidential pick and Condoleezza Rice flatly denies any interest. So why is someone in the Romney camp drop a hint that Rice is, at the very least, being considered as a VP pick?
The Daily Show’s Kevin Bleyer recently rewrote parts of the Constitution for his new book, Me the People. So Bleyer has a few suggestions for Chief Justice John Roberts, who is being accused of doing the same.
The passing of television legend Andy Griffith on Tuesday has people looking back at his first big dramatic role, as a shady TV host trying to influence a fictional presidential election.
Lyle Denniston looks at actions the Supreme Court could take that would lessen the chances of mistaken media reports about key court decisions.
In recent days, two major media outlets, CNN and Fox News, have gotten mixed up in some big political stories they have been covering, with some rather odd implications.
The Supreme Court’s divided decision on health care reform might take years to evaluate. As the case is probably far from done when it comes to legal actions, where does it stand in historic terms?
Here is the story of how the United States almost celebrated Independence Day on July 2nd.
On the day after the Supreme Court’s historic health care ruling, the court settled the Janet Jackson-Justin Timberlake flashing incident at the Super Bowl, with Chief Justice John Roberts chiding the performers.
Lyle Denniston looks at the long-term meanings behind the Supreme Court’s health care ruling, what Chief Justice John Roberts was thinking and what it could all mean for the election.