This past Monday National Constitution Center visiting scholar Richard V. Allen cautioned about cutting too deeply into defense spending.
Can pundit journalists be government watchdogs?
The 43rd president is joining a long line of presidential leaders who publish a memoir in the years after they leave office. But which president wrote the first memoir and why?
Two Cases Before the Third Circuit Raise the Question: Just How Far Can Public Schools go in Policing “off-campus” Speech? As we react to the (merciful) end to one of the nastiest campaign seasons in memory, no one is suggesting that we should resort to censorship of political candidates. People are rightfully debating whether allowing… [Continue Reading]
“What Justice Scalia wants to know is what James Madison thought about video games”, Justice Alito said during recent oral argument in Schwarzenegger vs. Entertainment Merchants Association.
The California Supreme Court ruled this week that illegal immigrants are entitled to the tuition breaks offered to in-state high school students. Will the U.S. Supreme Court have the final word?
In the United States, websites have very little federal law governing their privacy policies.
Former U.S. Senator Harris Wofford and social entrepreneur Allen Khazei chat about the biggest successes of the service movement in the last half century.
Today at the White House, President Obama is scheduled to award Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta his Medal of Honor, the first time the nation’s highest military award has been bestowed on a living soldier since Vietnam.
Law enforcement authorities are increasingly using tools like Facebook and Twitter to help catch criminals, but how much can the police glean from your online life before violating your rights?