On April 6, 1917, Congress approved President Woodrow Wilson’s declaration of war against Germany, thus plunging the nation into World War I.
One of the great constitutional myths is the principle of executive privilege. Though the term is not explicitly mentioned in the Constitution, every President has called upon it when necessary.
Do proposed laws in several state legislatures violate the Constitution's guarantee of free speech?
General James Mattis received a waiver allowing him to take the job, despite his recent retirement. Is this good for democracy?
Only nine Cabinet nominees have ever been rejected by the Senate. Will Trump's nominees fare as well?
It may be a long time before a final ruling on the controversial deal.
Is free speech under threat? Or is the concern overblown?
On October 19, 1810, Cassius Marcellus Clay, politician, abolitionist, and namesake of Muhammad Ali, was born.
States have to comply with the Voting Rights Act. So how much can they consider race in redistricting?
ABC’s new drama highlights a person who is almost never discussed, and a constitutional issue that often flies under the radar.