In this commentary, Doug Kendall and Brianne Gorod from the Constitutional Accountability Center argue Judge Jeffrey Sutton’s recent opinion about same-sex marriage challenges a landmark Supreme Court case.
Rick Hasen from the UC-Irvine School of Law and Roger Clegg from the Center for Equal Opportunity join our Jeffrey Rosen to discuss one of the biggest Supreme Court cases this term, about the roles of race and party in determining election districts.
Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s constitutional literacy adviser, looks at the constitutional significance of the Washington National Cathedral hosting a Muslim prayer service on Friday.
Voter turnout numbers from the 2014 mid-term elections showed apathy at the polls that more resembled the Great Depression and World War II.
Veteran attorney and author Joel Cohen interviews five federal judges about how they maintain independence and decide high-profile cases, in a National Constitution Center event on Wednesday night.
A recent case in New York state is the latest in a string of court rulings supporting the use of giant inflatable rats as protected free speech in labor protests.
Race, partisanship, gerrymandering—two combined cases at the Supreme Court today have it all. Although the cases are complex and somewhat technical, the stakes are high and the outcome remains unclear.
Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s adviser on constitutional literacy, looks at how the upcoming Obamacare case in the Supreme Court is a classic one of interpreting statutes.
On Veterans Day, Constitution Daily looks at 10 Presidents who had first-hand experience serving in the military before they were elected to office and became commanders in chief.
This Tuesday, millions of Americans will take time out to honor our military on the traditional time of 11:11 a.m. on November 11. But there was a time when Congress tried to move the holiday, only to face several years of strong public resistance.