Legendary journalist Bob Schieffer provides an inside look at the changing role of media and asks whether today’s citizens are more informed or just overwhelmed.
On Monday night, United States Senator John McCain received 29th annual Liberty Medal for his lifetime of sacrifice and service in an event hosted by the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.
U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discusses the Constitution and justice in America at a special Constitution Day (observed) event.
Watch our latest video in the Constitution Hall Pass series on the history and meaning of Federalism.
Deborah Pearlstein, Ben Wittes and John Yoo discuss the Framers’ original vision of war powers, how presidents have viewed war powers over time, and whether this change is consistent with the Constitution.
American historian J.M. Opal discusses on his new book — a bold reinterpretation of how Andrew Jackson’s populist vision continues to shape American democracy today.
This week, National Constitution Center president and CEO Jeffrey Rosen is curator of the College of the Atlantic’s new Champlain Institute, where American Democracy is the topic of discussion. Ryan Lizza joins Rosen to review the press and the future of American Democracy.
Sidney Blumenthal, author of Wrestling With His Angel, brings Abraham Lincoln from the wilderness to the peak of his career as he takes control of the nation’s most profound spiritual crisis — slavery — and enters the battle for the nation’s soul.
Erwin Chemerinsky, Frederick Lawrence, and Slate’s Dahlia Lithwick examine the Supreme Court’s 2016-17 session.
John Avlon, editor-in-chief of The Daily Beast, discusses his new book, Washington’s Farewell: The Founding Father’s Warning to Future Generations.