At the National Constitution Center last week, Robert Gates struck a nerve.
As a country, we have long argued over constitutional safeguards for criminal defendants, and we will continue to do so long after Casey Anthony is forgotten.
The Libya back-and-forth is the latest skirmish in a decades-long struggle between Congress and the president.
For example, the case of Brandon Mayfield, a law-abiding citizen from Oregon who was linked by shoddy FBI lab work to the 2004 Madrid train bombings and was jailed until Spanish authorities identified the real terrorists.
With its summer recess looming, one of the most highly anticipated decisions of the Supreme Court’s term will be handed down this month.
Just in case the world ends during the next doomsday we created a bucket list of 10 constitutional questions we wish we would settle before Judgment Day.
As you probably learned in school, redistricting occurs every 10 years as congressional boundaries are redrawn after the Census. What you may have forgotten is that it’s required by the Constitution.
The National Day of Prayer has been observed by every president since Truman. But is it constitutional?
After 9/11 our country came together. Can we do it again?
It can't be the water. So it must be the sun's glare on the parched landscape that helps Arizona illuminate our country's most contentious debates - immigration, health care, abortion, and more.