Does the presence of a Jesus statue wearing a skiing helmet violate the First Amendment if it is located on federal land? That is the issue before three federal judges hearing the case in Oregon.
On the eve of the anniversary of the Burr-Hamilton duel, a look back at history shows the event wasn’t unique when it came to early-19th-century squabbles.
National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen and David M. Rubinstein, Co-Founder and Co-CEO, The Carlyle Group, discuss the 13th Amendment at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
National Constitution Center president Jeffrey Rosen is joined by U.S. Senator Chris Coons, Neal Katyal, David Frum and David Leonhardt to break down a busy end to the Supreme Court’s landmark term.
On the 147th anniversary of the 14th Amendment, Constitution Daily looks at 10 historic Supreme Court cases about due process and equal protection under the law.
Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s constitutional literacy adviser, looks at how comments from Justice Anthony Kennedy could lead to a stream of new cases from prisoners testing the constitutionality of solitary confinement.
Today we celebrate the anniversary of the 14th Amendment (ratified July 9, 1868). Here’s what you need to know.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu of New Orleans and Mayor Marty Walsh of Boston join National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen in a discussion about policing policies at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen speaks with Yale Law’s Tracey Meares at the Aspen Ideas Festival about the equal application of laws and policing.
A federal district judge has ruled against the Washington Redskins in a trademark dispute, referring to a recent Supreme Court case about confederate-flag license plates and a famous Allen Iverson rant along the way.