Before becoming Bruce's Springsteen's photographer in the late 1970's, Frank Stefanko was simply a fan.
Runners are natural competitors, striving for either a personal best or to lead the pack. Perhaps that explains why so many of our leaders in the White House–and those who've aspired to be elected to the Oval Office–have taken up the sport.
In accepting the Liberty Medal at the National Constitution Center last night, former Secretary of Defense Gates said we are now in "uncharted territory when it comes to the dysfunction in our political system" and provided three reasons why.
In a special program today, former Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates fielded questions about his years of public service and the future of the military.
Cokie Roberts delivered a heartfelt eulogy yesterday for former First Lady of the United States Betty Ford, a woman known for her grace and activism inside and outside of the White House–particularly in the fight for women’s rights and against addiction.
Apple and Google were in the congressional hot seat last week over the issue of mobile phone privacy.
The National Constitution Center opened its doors last Saturday night to several key participants in the immigration reform debate with passionate opposing views, including Pennsylvania State Representative Daryl Metcalfe and ACLU lawyer Cecillia Wang.
The 14th Amendment declares that "all persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and the States wherein they reside." But what does it mean to be "subject to the jurisdiction thereof"?
At the Center we ask our guests who their favorite president is in our main exhibit. Here are the results.
Congressman Chaka Fattah (D-PA/2), Mike Fitzpatrick (R-PA/8), Jim Gerlach (R-PA/6), and Pat Meehan (R-PA/7) will be visiting the Center next week. What would you like to know about their jobs?