It was 223 years ago today that Congress signed the law that created the Supreme Court, and a look at the first court shows personal drama that included a justice dodging creditors, a failed suicide attempt and a Chief Justice who was America’s most-hated man.
Expect a flurry of campaign activity in nine battleground states until Election Day: The latest polls show President Barack Obama closer to clinching the presidential race, unless the GOP can stem the tide in a handful of swing states.
One of the nation’s biggest college football programs is fighting a secular group over demands to stop a prayer that mentions Jesus Christ before home games, in a story that could have wider implications.
Constitution Daily’s recent national pop quiz on 10 basic questions about the Constitution showed wide awareness—and some confusion—over our founding charter. But most people got a C on the test.
The Libya crisis and the Romney campaign video are taking the Obama-Romney race in a different direction. But fall campaign surprises are hardly new—as are leaked private campaign meetings.