Supreme Court nominee Neil M. Gorsuch faced a Senate Judiciary committee on Tuesday looking for answers about his thoughts on landmark court cases, his own rulings, and the limits of constitutional powers.
The Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is one of the most independent officials in the federal government, but are there limits to his powers and can he be removed from office?
The Senate Judiciary committee hearings started on Monday for Supreme Court nominee Neil M. Gorsuch, albeit under unusual circumstances.
Federal judge Neil Gorsuch starts his testimony in the Senate today and he will face tough questioning on many issues. So why do many experts believe Gorsuch will get a confirmation vote, with a likely approval
Just hours after a federal judge in Hawaii stopped a new Trump administration immigration and refugee ban from going into effect, a second judge in Maryland has issued a similar ruling.
James Madison, the father of the Constitution, has a birthday today. How much do you know about the fourth president?
Among the legal arguments being presented in various court challenges about the Trump administration’s immigration ban is one that has the attention of scholars: Can a presidential candidate’s campaign statements later be used as evidence in court?
The revised Trump administration immigration ban executive order faces at least three immediate court challenges on Wednesday, just hours before it is scheduled to go into effect after midnight.
On this day in 1793, young inventor Eli Whitney had his U.S. patent for the cotton gin approved, an invention that would definitely have an impact on social and economic conditions that led to the Civil War.
As Constitution Daily counts down to Neil Gorsuch’s Supreme Court testimony, we look back at how this dramatic process started – and why we have public nomination hearings at all.