The debate over recent remarks by a Supreme Court Justice about a presidential candidate has brought attention to a little-understood part of the judicial system, the Code of Conduct for Federal Judges.
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In a brief statement released through the Supreme Court’s press office, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has expressed regrets for her recent statements about GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s constitutional literacy adviser, looks at how a divided Supreme Court could accelerate the arrival of a case before the Justices about transgender students.
Recently, a member of the House of Representatives from New York state proposed eliminating recess appointments from the Constitution, the latest of some interesting constitutional changes introduced in the 114th Congress.
The Supreme Court ends its current term on Monday with three important, but very different cases, on abortion, political corruption and the qualifications of gun ownership. Here is a breakdown of the cases.