With a new administration taking over in Washington, all eyes will be on the appointment of a new Supreme Court Justice. In historical terms, how unique is the nomination a new Justice mid-term as a new President takes office?
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As the Trump administration gets ready to take over the executive branch next month, there is a still a debate about Jared Kushner’s role in Washington. But in the history of presidential in-laws, Kushner’s influence may pale in comparison to a long-forgotten Treasury Secretary.
As another holiday season approaches, the annual debates about the appropriateness of religious-themed displays on public property continue.
With all of the recent attention given to the Electoral College, not a lot has been written by the Supreme Court on the unique electoral institution – mostly because the Court has had few opinions about it in the past 226 years.
Today, the 538 members of the Electoral College meet across the country to pick the next President of the United States. Here’s what you need to know about this American tradition.