On the occasion of President Lyndon Johnson’s 106th birthday, the National Constitution Center looks at 10 interesting facts about one of the most colorful and controversial figures in American history.
A new law signed this week by Gov. Jerry Brown makes California the second state to mandate a remote “kill switch” for all smartphones—but at what cost to the Constitution?
In its premier role as America’s Town Hall, the National Constitution Center welcomes guests from across the political spectrum—respected leaders who continue to shape American civic life.
Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s adviser on constitutional literacy, looks at the revival of public shaming as a punishment, and why a Pennsylvania court nullified such a sentence for a former justice.
The 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote nationally on August 18, 1920, so why is Woman’s Equality Day on August 26th each year?