Clinton’s visit to Vietnam in 2000 was one of the first news events where the Internet helped shape public opinion.
Here is a constitutional scorecard, with six arguments to look for as lawsuits brought by state lawmakers make their way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington join us for a special screening and discussion of their new military documentary film “Restrepo.”
In our latest exhibit, we had to pick 200 paintings from over 15,000 works of art by soliders. Here’s how we did it.
Today marks the 21st Anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. How would Reagan’s speech do in today’s media environment?
Newly empowered congressional Republicans are vowing to repeal President Obama’s landmark health care reform law.
Can a state constitutionally prohibit the sale or rental of video games to persons under 18 years of age? SCOTUS is deciding this week.
When Speech Can Get You in Trouble, Despite the First Amendment: The Shirvell Case When an employer restricts an employee’s right to speak, by banning employee blogs or limiting what employees can say on social media sites, it is common for people to say it is a violation of the First Amendment right to free […]
News outlets across the country and around the globe are talking about the National Constitution Center. Follow us as we recap media highlights from the past week.
Is a GPS search Constitutional?