During DNC Week, CBS This Morning is broadcasting live from the National Constitution Center, and Jan Crawford profiles the Center’s mission in an interview with our president and CEO, Jeffrey Rosen.
This week, the Democrats meet in Philadelphia for their national convention. And in its history as a convention host, the City of Brotherly Love has witnessed its share of controversy.
Polling has played a controversial role in the presidential election process, and no polls are more closely watched than those taken right after a political party convention.
It was 42 years ago today that the U.S. Supreme Court dealt a fatal blow to President Richard Nixon’s presidency, in a decision that led to the release of the Watergate tapes.
Lyle Denniston reports that government filings on Thursday and Friday appear to be a sign that private talks with religious groups over Affordable Care Act’s birth-control mandate have not reached a solution.
Presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton named Tim Kaine as her running mate on Friday night and she will make an appearance with the Virginia Senator on Saturday.
This week, scholars Josh Blackman and Michael Gerhardt will discuss on Twitter the constitutional aspects of issues arising at the Republican National Convention. Today, they look at the Republican Party’s concerns about next Supreme Court nominee.
On Thursday night, Republican Party president candidate Donald J. Trump accepted his party’s nomination. So what were the themes that Trump frequently mentioned during his address?
The popular rum-maker Captain Morgan is proposing to eliminate any age requirements for citizens to serve as President of the United States. The ad stunt does raise a question with an interesting constitutional background.
Lana Ulrich, associate in-house counsel at the National Constitution Center, looks at claims that presidential candidates can cause a constitutional crisis if elected – and what a true constitutional crisis actually means.