Deborah Gerhardt of the University of North Carolina, Ilya Shapiro of the Cato Institute, and Rebecca Tushnet of Georgetown University discuss a big First Amendment case.
A joint effort between the National Constitution Center and iCivics lets you join figures like Ken Burns, Tom Brokaw and elected officials in submitting videos to a special website about the Constitution and what it means to you.
Our Supreme Court correspondent, Lyle Denniston, explains why by next Tuesday morning, the constitutional drama surrounding Great Britain’s Supreme Court and Brexit may be resolved, in one way or another.
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard arguments in the closely watched case of Lee v. Tam, which seeks to settle an argument over the government’s ability to ban all trademark protections for names it deems to be offensive.
Constitution Daily looks back at some of the most noteworthy presidential inauguration speeches. John F. Kennedy’s speech in 1961 was one of the shortest but most powerful addresses made by a pres