Sometime Friday, probably before noon, the Supreme Court is due to have a conversation about gay rights, discussing whether to open what could be the final judicial chapter on same-sex marriage.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. saw himself as a servant of humanity and wanted his life to be remembered as a life of service to others. Watch this video about his life and Dr. King’s use of nonviolence to demonstrate service to others.
Constitution Daily looks back at the inspirational story of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and uncovers some interesting facts about the late civil rights leader’s life.
Eric Posner from the University of Chicago and Jonathan Rauch from the Brookings Institution tackle an urgent constitutional debate: If speech is perceived to be insulting or indecent, is it permissible for government to regulate its expression?
The popular TV show “The Simpsons” debuted 25 years ago today as a regular series, and among its cultural contributions are more than a few references to the Constitution.
Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s adviser on constitutional literacy, looks at the constitutional controversy surrounding the challenge to the name and logo used by the pro football team, the Washington Redskins.
Robert C. Weaver had a strong public record as a Civil Rights leader and a government official, but there was still controversy when he became the first black nominated to a Cabinet-level position on this day in 1966.
After an enthusiastic start to our “Ask Jeff” series, Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, is back in 2015 to field your questions about our courts and the Constitution.
How far can a President go against the wishes of Congress by using an executive order? Back on this day in 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt tested his constitutional powers by protecting the Grand Canyon using a legal loophole.
In this commentary, David A. Drachsler, a former Labor Department attorney and past vice chairman of the Virginia Council on Human Rights, clarifies some statements made at a recent National Constitution Center event.