The National Archives put on public display on Friday the “fifth page” of the Constitution, a document that hasn’t been seen in public before.
The chances of a tied presidential election in the Electoral College seem as remote as the odds of the Titanic hitting an iceberg. But there are at least six scenarios that could drive the Obama-Romney contest into overtime.
Today the 67th Annual National Conference on Citizenship is being held in Philadelphia, in partnership with the National Constitution Center. The National Conference on Citizenship is an annual event that focuses on the state of civic engagement in America, and brings together civic leaders, educators, CEOs, and representatives from each branch of government to address […]
Boxing legend and humanitarian Muhammad Ali was awarded the Liberty Medal on Thursday night to a huge ovation in front of Philadelphia’s National Constitution Center.
When Muhammad Ali was criticized for refusing induction into the military, other African-American athletes stood with him at a long-forgotten press conference.
As part of our Liberty Medal celebration, an all-star panel on Thursday looked at how athletics have broken down larger social barriers, with Muhammad Ali as a catalyst for sports stars becoming leaders.
Rioting in at least three countries in the Middle East and North Africa is the latest result of the global impact of social media as a game changer in the region.
The legendary Muhammad Ali will join an elite list of humanitarians and leaders when he receives the Liberty Medal on Thursday in Philadelphia at the National Constitution Center.
Muhammad Ali has to conquer a fear of flying and older opponents to bring back his first big title as a 1960 gold medalist at the Rome Olympics.
The death of the U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens and other Americans in Libya is already causing finger pointing in the presidential election—and a debate about free speech.