Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s $500 million lawsuit against Univision includes allegations that the television network violated his Constitutional rights. But what are the rights at issue and are they a key component of the lawsuit?
Today we celebrate the anniversary of the 26th Amendment (ratified July 1, 1971). Here’s what you need to know.
Abigail Perkiss from Kean University looks at Sandra Day O’Connor’s time as a Justice on the 10th anniversary of her retirement announcement from the Supreme Court.
This week, the Supreme Court laid the groundwork to hear three controversial cases next term. Each case has the potential to upend constitutional law.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie declared his presidential intentions on Tuesday in what appears to be crowded GOP field. But “crowded” is a relative word according to the FEC’s official list of candidates.
Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s constitutional literacy adviser, explains how Monday’s Supreme Court ruling about gerrymandering has pointed the way for other states to take up the cause of challenging bitter and divisive partisanship.
After a week of historic drama, the Supreme Court concluded its term on Monday with decisions about election districts, the environment and the death penalty.
The Supreme Court has ended its current term, as of June 29, 2015. Here is your quick guide to the major cases decided this term.
Monday’s Supreme Court decision about lethal injections comes on the same day, back in 1972, that the Court briefly limited the death penalty.
The historic decision that made same-sex marriage a national right included some pointed remarks from five Supreme Court justices. Here are a few of the most interesting quotes.