Excuses, excuses: just why do some citizens end up not voting?
Mitt Romney is far from being the first serious Mormon candidate for president.
Webster ingrained words like “constitutionality” into the language–and the consciousness–of Americans.
Meet the creative team behind Fighting For Democracy, the National Constitution Center’s current feature exhibition.
Take our quiz and find out what Philadelphia high school students are learning about Latvia in a unique international exchange program organized by the National Constitution Center.
Despite the yearnings of Catholics and others, especially Jewish and African-American voters, Kennedy faced obstacles.
There are many reasons why power has flowed toward Washington, but the anti-filibuster rule would be far down the list, if it has been a factor at all.
Tony Horwitz will discuss his new book Midnight Rising: John Brown and the Raid That Sparked the Civil War in a program tonight at the National Constitution Center.
For more than two centuries Americans have sought to strike a balance between liberty and security.
Researchers who have studied the reaction of jurors to eyewitness evidence say that nothing is more persuasive: juries almost implicitly trust those who say they were there.