Leading James Madison scholars Burt Neuborne and David O. Stewart discuss the historical and contemporary legacy of the man who helped create the Constitution.
In a special Halloween feature, Constitution Daily looks at two real-life body snatching stories related to three U.S. Presidents, and a ghoulish tale involving Alexander Hamilton and John Jay.
The White House is the best-known residence in the nation and a few of its famous residents are rumored to be long-term tenants.
Abigail Perkiss from Kean University looks at long, complicated relationship between local and state control over Philadelphia schools, which is heading to the legal system in a contract fight.
Imagine opening your mailbox to find a note that reads, “Show all mail to [supervisor] for copying prior to going out on the street.” Last year, one man did just that, leading to the discovery of secret surveillance programs for U.S. snail mail.
Lyle Denniston, the constitutional literacy adviser for the National Constitution Center, looks at a new development in the same-sex marriage lawsuits that could bar federal courts from deciding the issue
John Adams is one of the pivotal figures in American history, as a political philosopher, patriot, statesman, father – and the second President of the United States. So how much do you know this essential Founding Father on his 279th birthday?
Two states are letting voters decide next week if their citizens should have their specific rights to hunt and fish enshrined in their constitutions, continuing a trend that goes back to the 1990s.
Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Alito spoke at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia on Monday about the enduring legacy of the Bill of Rights and how the Bill has affected other nations.
The Bill of Rights was the center of discussion on Monday night at a special National Constitution Center event about the new George H.W. Bush Gallery, where an original copy of the Bill will be on display in Philadelphia.