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Peg legs, 15-year-old mistresses and $1000 bribes: 5 surprising stories about the love lives of our Founding Fathers
Staff member Mark Kehres takes you on a tour of the Center’s Signers’ Hall Exhibition, letting you in on some of the delegates’ spiciest secrets.
Just two days after President Obama’s Jan. 25 State of the Union Address, former President Bill Clinton spoke about out-innovating competitor nations.
Justice David Souter retired from the Supreme Court in 2009 — Justice Sonia Sotomayor took his seat — but that doesn’t mean that he has stopped being a judge. At oral argument in the First Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday, Souter — “riding circuit,” as it used to be called — sat as a member… [Continue Reading]
Former Rendell Chief of Staff Steve Crawford shares what it it’s like to pass off the executive branch to the next administration.
The vote in Congress this week was to extend through the end of the year three provisions, set to expire at the end of this month. Should we renew them?