Lyle Denniston looks at claims that the nine Supreme Court justices aren't making decisions independent of political parties.
Villanova University’s Lara Brown says the Electoral College could be in play again this November, and explains why it might still be the best system out there for picking a president.
Abigail Perkiss from Kean University looks back at Lawrence v. Texas, the Supreme Court decision that invalidates laws barring a Texas law that prohibited sexual acts between same sex couples.
Mike Simzak looks at the link between Father's Day and baseball in his family.
The deadly feud between the Hatfields and the McCoys, which was set off with a dispute over a hog, was partially settled by a U.S. Supreme Court decision in 1888.
As the power and status of the United States has increased in the 225 years since the Constitution was signed, what’s at stake every four years has only risen.
What does the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment mean, and should it be interpreted to protect gays and lesbians from discrimination, as it protects African-Americans, ethnic minorities and women?