The resignation of Pope Benedict XVI stunned church watchers worldwide and set up a nearly unprecedented election under the Vatican’s apostolic constitution. Here is a brief explanation of how the constitutional process works.
The enigmatic William Henry Harrison, whose birthday was 240 years ago this weekend, is best known for his premature death in office. But the ninth president won his race in 1840 using tactics familiar to most of us today.
The Senate can’t escape the pesky topic of the filibuster, as the other “f-word” has been linked to Chuck Hagel’s defense secretary nomination.
The United States Postal Service has made good on threats to end Saturday letter delivery, but does Congress need to sign off on the move under its constitutional powers?
It’s the 100th anniversary of the end of the William Howard Taft presidency and Constitution Daily looks into a claim that has dogged the 27th president for generations: Was the leader of the free world actually stuck in the White House bathtub?