A Gallup poll released on Independence Day has an eye-catching concept: the Founding Fathers would dislike today’s America. But did the survey groups actually understand the people who founded this country?
Embattled NSA leaker Edward Snowden says the Obama administration isn’t running a “constitutional government,” in the latest war of words with American officials.
Abraham Lincoln gave his famous Gettysburg Address at a public cemetery dedication 150 years ago this year. But was the mention of God really taken out of the famous speech by the president himself?
As the Supreme Court winds ends its historic 2012-2013 term, decisions about same-sex marriage, the Voting Rights Act and affirmative action grabbed headlines. But there were other big cases the Court decided well before June.
The Supreme Court’s decision to effectively shut down key sections of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 sent shockwaves through political circles on Tuesday, because it will affect how voting districts are drawn, and could lead to more drama in Congress.