Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s constitutional literacy adviser, breaks down the Zivotofsky decision and looks at how possibly the most important part of the decision rebuffed the Obama administration.
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The United States Supreme Court, in a majority opinion from Justice Anthony Kennedy, said on Monday that the President, and not Congress, has the power to determine how Jerusalem is listed on U.S. passports.
The sons of legendary athlete Jim Thorpe want the Supreme Court to help get their father’s remains returned to Oklahoma in a dispute over absurdity and museums.
In this commentary, Robert F. Turner from University of Virginia School of Law puts the recent Second Circuit Court of Appeals decision about NSA spying in historical context in regards to the constitutional issues not discussed by the court.
Philadelphia was the early capital of the United States after the Constitution was ratified, but on May 14, 1800, the nation’s capital moved to Washington. So who was behind the deal that changed the face of American government?