Lyle Denniston looks at the core constitutional question of how far states may go to require proof of citizenship
With three debates in the can and one to go, it’s plainly clear that the $16 trillion national debt is a central issue in this campaign. Over the past four fiscal years, our deficits have added an additional $5 trillion to the national debt.
What does Google’s exhaustive Trends database show about swing state interest in the presidential campaign? For starters, Pennsylvania is now the closest state between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney among people searching for information about the two candidates.
In round two of the presidential debates, President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney went toe to toe, with two polls saying Obama won narrowly. But the Libya issue will stay in the spotlight until next Monday’s final debate.
Is there a better way to understand history than by playing a historical character at Halloween? Here are some cool ways men, women, children and even pets get have some fun and learn at the same time.
Bill Clinton and Condoleezza Rice will hold high-profile events in the hotly contested battleground state of Ohio, as the Obama and Romney camps looks to solidify support.
The Supreme Court is the highest court in the land, but no justice, even Antonin Scalia, is apparently safe on the streets of Philadelphia when it comes to its Parking Authority.
The National Constitution Center’s new “American Spirits” exhibit is open. But can you pass a 10-question quiz about the events that led up to the nation’s craziest decade: the Prohibition era?
Lyle Denniston looks at claims by political followers that their candidates best exemplify the spirit of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.
President Barack Obama and GOP contender Mitt Romney square off in their second debate Tuesday night, and there is already talk about the Obama camp’s game plan, as well as Romney’s counter tactics.