On this day in 1947, Congress changed the order of who can succeed the President and Vice President in office, more closely reflecting the wishes of the Founding Fathers.
It’s the birthday of a Founding Father whose name you know today as part of a controversial political term.
It’s a sad day for some historically minded Philadelphians: It’s the anniversary of the congressional act that moved the nation’s capital from their city to Washington, D.C.
Japan is on the brink of making the most significant amendment to its constitution since the charter first went into effect on May 3, 1947.
The real estate mogul took to Twitter and made the vice presidential announcement after leaked news reports and a tragedy in France upended campaign plans.
The debate over recent remarks by a Supreme Court Justice about a presidential candidate has brought attention to a little-understood part of the judicial system, the Code of Conduct for Federal Judges.
State officials say fossil fuel companies are defrauding the public. But in their zeal to win, are they violating constitutional rights?
James Ceaser of the University of Virginia and Luis Fuentes-Rohwer of Indiana University discuss the role of parties in the American constitutional system.
In a brief statement released through the Supreme Court’s press office, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has expressed regrets for her recent statements about GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.
In the current discussion over Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s comments about Donald Trump, some of her critics believe the Justice should recuse herself from any potential Court action deciding the 2016 election. But how often do these election-deciding scenarios occur?