With Bernie Sanders yet to concede the Democratic presidential nomination to Hillary Clinton, what are the historical precedents for a candidate with the second-most pledged delegates taking a nomination?
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World champion boxer Muhammad Ali’s biggest fight was in the arena of the U.S. Supreme Court, and the court’s 1971 decision is a huge part of his legacy.
The City of Brotherly Love hosted three presidential nominating conventions in 1948, as television first affected the national meetings, which were held in sweltering heat amid controversy.
Back on this day in 1913, the 17th Amendment to the Constitution went into effect, ending indirect elections to the U.S. Senate. To this day, some folks want that amendment repealed on the theory it curtails states’ rights as envisioned by the Founders.
On May 28, 1861, Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger Taney directly challenged President Abraham Lincoln’s wartime suspension of the great writ of habeas corpus, in a national constitutional showdown.