Looking for clues about who is winning the big debate? Just watch for a few body language signs on the podium.
A Pennsylvania commonwealth judge has issued a partial injunction on Tuesday that will likely block voter ID laws from the state’s November election. But the issue is far from over.
If some political polls were truly accurate, Alf Landon would have been America’s president during World War II, instead of FDR. Here’s a look at an alternative universe of politics, as we examine the five biggest political poll blunders in U.S. history.
Lyle Denniston explains why the new Supreme Court term could be as memorable as the last one, and why Chief Justice John Roberts will be at the center of all the attention.
The Supreme Court’s fall session begins without any direct First Amendment cases on the argument docket, signaling a possible respite from free-speech and religion cases for the near-to-middle future.
Despite a lot of publicity during parts of the current presidential campaign, the issue of same-sex marriage has been put on the back burner by the Obama and Romney campaigns.
The recent tragedy at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya has reignited the debate over American involvement in the region. But how would have our first President, George Washington, handled the situation?
Is the Constitution an enduring document or irrelevant in today’s world? The latest AP-National Constitution Center poll shows concerns some Americans have about constitutional issues.
Despite recent trends in public opinion polls, Mitt Romney is far from out of the presidential race, if several historic trends break his way.
The Supreme Court, getting set for opening its new term, decided this week that it will take a serious look for the first time in nearly five decades at the constitutional privacy – or not – of individual’s blood chemistry.