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Justice Anthony M. Kennedy: The Constitution and the Bill of Rights September 22, 2014

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand: Raise Your Voice, Change the World

Podcast: Can Obama attack ISIL without congressional approval?

Video: Senator Kirsten Gillibrand talks about public service

Constitution Check: Does Congress know enough to justify acting against the Islamic State?

After 300 years, Scotland considers divorce from Great Britain

10 fascinating facts about President and Chief Justice William Howard Taft

On ISIL, Congress must act

Constitution Day Hall Pass: The Bill Of Rights

Event preview: Senator Kirsten Gillibrand invites women to get ‘off the sidelines’

First Friday Event - October 3, 2014

Experts ponder Obama’s War Powers curveball

The Classical Liberal Constitution

Same-sex marriage: An early issue for the Supreme Court

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The War Powers Resolution returns to the public arena

Philly seeks to decriminalize marijuana

The Classical Liberal Constitution

The Federalist Papers September 24, 2014

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National Constitution Center Donates Books to Philadelphia’s Thomas Alva Edison High School

Constitution Check: Does the McDonnell verdict have constitutional meaning?

Tracking the fallout from the celebrity photo leak

Nonpartisan talk pays off for National Constitution Center

The Nixon pardon in retrospect, 40 years later

A ‘classical liberal’ solution to our current economic malaise

Inquirer: ‘Civil discourse’ at the National Constitution Center

At Constitution Center, Jeffrey Rosen’s focus on civil discourse reaping rewards

At Constitution Center, focus on civil discourse reaping rewards

Event preview: Richard Epstein on interpreting the Constitution

Video: Celebrating the Bill of Rights at the National Constitution Center

National Constitution Center: Bill Of Rights

Online privacy for public figures in the social media age

Online privacy for public figures in the social media age

Podcast: Online privacy for public figures in the social media age

Podcast: Online privacy for public figures in the social media age

The first Congress meets in Philadelphia, 240 years ago today

NSA surveillance moves one step closer to the Supreme Court

Obamacare challenge will be heard again by the D.C. Circuit

Constitution Check: Is the president’s power to detain terrorism suspects about to lapse?

Is there a constitutional right to keep your selfies private?

Groups host third annual virtual Supreme Court competition

The Texas two-step and the Voting Rights Act

The day the United States became recognized as a sovereign nation

American Government

Constitution Check: What are the Supreme Court’s options now on same-sex marriage?

Rap lyrics part of First Amendment case coming to the Supreme Court

National Constitution Center to Participate in New Museum Admission Program for Pennsylvania Access

Looking at two little-known versions of our Constitution

Video: From the front page to the National Constitution Center

Historian Annette Gordon-Reed on the Different Sides of Jefferson

Newsmakers

Constitution Check: Who decides who gets to vote?

Excerpt: Renegade Amish: Beard Cutting, Hate Crimes, and the Trial of the Bergholz Barbers

Constituting Liberty: From the Declaration to the Bill of Rights Opening Weekend Celebration

Boy Scout Day October 25

Constituting Liberty: From the Declaration to the Bill of Rights Ribbon Cutting

First Friday October 3

National Constitution Center will be closed on October 21 for Liberty Medal

10 fascinating facts about President Lyndon B. Johnson

Lawmakers call for a cellphone ‘kill switch’

Video: Leaders make news at the National Constitution Center

Justice Anthony M. Kennedy: The Constitution and the Bill of Rights

National Constitution Center: The Civil Rights Act of 1964

Constitution Check: Is shaming a legal form of punishment for crime?

Why is August 26 known as Woman’s Equality Day?

Satanists embrace constitutional controversy

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Happy Birthday, Constitution! Celebrate with free admission on September 17

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Rick Perry and the ‘rule of law’

Constitution Check: Is there a problem in outfitting local police like combat soldiers?

Bill of Rights Day Book Festival

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The debate over Ferguson and videotaping police

Supreme Court preview: Beards, religion and prison

Ask Jeff Rosen, Episode 2: Congress and the Constitution

Constitution Check: Should criminal charges be used to settle a political dispute?

Constitution Center included in list of best bucket-list U.S. history sites

New Constitution Hall Pass Episode Teaches Students about the Bill of Rights

The Constitutional Legacy of James Madison

Scholars, leaders to visit the National Constitution Center

National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 - October 15, 2014)

Ask Jeff Rosen, Episode 2: Congress and the Constitution

Ask Jeff Rosen, Episode 2: Congress and the Constitution

Podcast: Jeff Rosen on the Court, Congress and the Constitution

After 100 years, the Panama Canal still symbolizes executive power

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