Bill Clinton and Condoleezza Rice will hold high-profile events in the hotly contested battleground state of Ohio, as the Obama and Romney camps looks to solidify support.
The Supreme Court is the highest court in the land, but no justice, even Antonin Scalia, is apparently safe on the streets of Philadelphia when it comes to its Parking Authority.
The National Constitution Center’s new “American Spirits” exhibit is open. But can you pass a 10-question quiz about the events that led up to the nation’s craziest decade: the Prohibition era?
Lyle Denniston looks at claims by political followers that their candidates best exemplify the spirit of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.
President Barack Obama and GOP contender Mitt Romney square off in their second debate Tuesday night, and there is already talk about the Obama camp’s game plan, as well as Romney’s counter tactics.
Director Steven Spielberg and actor Daniel Day-Lewis will show an Abraham Lincoln next month in their blockbuster film that features the president with a high-pitched voice and an obsession with the 13th Amendment.
Gene Policinski from the First Amendment Center says media watchdogs are not effective when they are penned up or kept out of the yard entirely.
As part of our Address America campaign, our crew dropped by our partners at Comcast to check out its Own the Vote program.
Arlen Specter’s tenure on the Senate judicial committee spanned three decades and led in his own unique way to shaping a modern Supreme Court.
Former long-time U.S. senator Arlen Specter has died at the age of 82, his family said on Sunday.