A plan in six states to change how their Electoral College votes are allocated seems to be mostly dead, with Pennsylvania as the lone holdout.
Villanova’s Lara Brown looks at Republicans in Pennsylvania who want the change the state’s electoral system, and how that practice goes back to the Founding Fathers.
The constitutional issue of Prohibition remains alive, in spirit, in Pennsylvania, but the commonwealth’s liquor control system might be under siege from the state’s governor.
Today is the birthday of the only person to run for, and win, the presidency four times: Franklin D. Roosevelt. Here’s a list of 10 facts about FDR— before he became president in 1932.
Associate Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia made headlines on Tuesday with statements that the Constitution is “dead.” It’s not the first time he’s made that statement, which is part of his core philosophy.
Can anyone sue to stop an effort to change how electoral votes are allocated in swing states? Lyle Denniston examines the constitutional arguments about a contentious issue.
A developing story about the Boy Scouts potentially ending their ban on gay members and leaders may just be limited to its national organization.
The Washington Nationals might have bitten off more than they can chew by naming William Howard Taft as their next racing mascot.
The debate over the “No Budget, No Pay” debt-ceiling deal has some people saying the proposed act is unconstitutional because of the 27th Amendment. But what happens if Congress passes a law that can be successfully challenged?
Lyle Denniston looks at Friday’s appeals court decision over presidential recess appointments and why the case could be headed to the Supreme Court.