Race, partisanship, gerrymandering—two combined cases at the Supreme Court today have it all. Although the cases are complex and somewhat technical, the stakes are high and the outcome remains unclear.
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In a surprise move, the United States Supreme Court will take on a second challenge to a key part of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, this spring.
A federal appeals court ruling on Thursday most likely means the Supreme Court will take up the same-sex marriage issue again in another landmark decision. Here’s how the courts have forced the issue and a look at the probable next steps.
Lyle Denniston, our constitutional literacy adviser, looks at the chain of events that led to Thursday’s Sixth Circuit federal appeals court ruling, which almost certainly sends the legality of same-sex marriages back to the Supreme Court in the near future.
Premier historian Richard Norton Smith joined the National Constitution Center on Monday night to unveil his long-anticipated biography on American icon Nelson Rockefeller. Smith discussed Rockefeller’s political rise to New York governor, to time in the White House as Vice President, as well as relationships with presidents and political leaders like Franklin D. Roosevelt, Gerald […]