Greg Randall Lee from Widener Law says the recent remarks of U.S. Senate Chaplain Admiral Barry Black during the shutdown crisis highlight the importance of prayer at public meetings.
MSNBC “Hardball” host and bestselling author Chris Matthews unveiled his latest book, “Tip and the Gipper: When Politics Worked,” at the National Constitution Center this week.
How should Congress and the Supreme Court settle questions about warrantless surveillance by the NSA? Does the secret court that rules on NSA cases need reforms? Leading experts Orin Kerr and Marc Rotenberg discuss these and other critical privacy issues in an audio interview.
Lyle Denniston looks at remarks from a well-known judge, Richard A. Posner, and their possible influence over the voter ID law controversy.
Seth Barrett Tillman from the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, contests a key argument in the McCutcheon campaign financing case about the Founders’ understanding of corruption.
The National Security Agency, the controversial U.S. surveillance agency, has had a tough few weeks, as new allegations from leaked documents have angered more allies.
Professor Marci A. Hamilton of Cardozo School of Law assesses the upcoming public prayer case, Town of Greece v. Galloway, arguing that the evidence should stack up against the town for violating the Establishment Clause of the Constitution.
A national hobby and crafts chain store has asked the Supreme Court to hear a case that will present the next big challenge to the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. It also may feature the same two people who argued the 2012 Affordable Care Act decision before the Justices.
Lyle Denniston looks at why it is hard to predict the progress of same-sex marriage across the nation, despite New Jersey’s move on Monday.
David H. Gans from the Constitutional Accountability Center argues that a potential Supreme Court decision to give religious protections to for-profit corporations has ramifications beyond the fight over Obamacare.