National Constitution Center Supreme Court correspondent Lyle Denniston looks at an interesting religious freedom case headed to the Supreme Court about a Marine corporal who refused an order to remove a bible-verse sign from her office desk.
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With polling data dominating talk about the current presidential race, we decided to look at several decades of August numbers to see if there is a noticeable trend about the big winner in November.
Donald J. Trump isn’t the first person to propose immigrant screening questions related to security concerns. Here is a quick review of laws dating back to 1875 that set criteria to exclude immigrants that were perceived as threats.
North Carolina asked the Supreme Court on Monday to allow it to put back into effect its photo ID law for voters, and two other provisions also challenged by black voters and the federal government.
Lyle Denniston, Constitution Daily’s Supreme Court correspondent, looks at reasons why it seems to be a constitutional reality that the Second Amendment is not likely to go back to protecting only a collective right to have guns.