The recent tragedy at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya has reignited the debate over American involvement in the region. But how would have our first President, George Washington, handled the situation?
Is the Constitution an enduring document or irrelevant in today’s world? The latest AP-National Constitution Center poll shows concerns some Americans have about constitutional issues.
Despite recent trends in public opinion polls, Mitt Romney is far from out of the presidential race, if several historic trends break his way.
The Supreme Court, getting set for opening its new term, decided this week that it will take a serious look for the first time in nearly five decades at the constitutional privacy – or not – of individual’s blood chemistry.
Next Wednesday, the state of Pennsylvania is scheduled to a man convicted of first degree murder. At its heart, the case is about the function of clemency in the American prison system and a debate that goes back to the Colonial era.
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have agreed on one topic: It’s time for the NFL referee lockout to end. But it looks like the president, Congress and local politicians were powerless in the dispute.
September 26, 1960 is the day that changed part of the modern political landscape, when a vice president and a senator took part in the first televised presidential debate.
As the 2012 presidential election kicks into high gear, publicly available numbers on TV campaign ads show that two big states are out of the picture, and three states are the primary focus of campaign ads.
Marc Brasof says national elections provide a choice between competing sides and ideas. In terms of educational policy and this upcoming national election, there are more commonalities than differences.
In a potential blow to Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign, third-party candidate Virgil Goode will stay on Virginia’s ballot for the general election.