On Wednesday, President Barack Obama told ABC News he supports same-sex marriages, but where does Congress currently stand on a constitutional amendment to ban such marriages nationally?
For better or for worse, the way a campaign uses typography can both affect and reflect public opinion.
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.
Sure, Roe v. Wade and its effects are important to a lot of people. But if you want an example of how the Constitution, and the way it's been interpreted by the judicial branch, affects your daily life, look no further than Internet privacy.
Yes, Americans have an inherent distrust of politicians (just as they do of journalists), but as the Gallup Poll tells us each year, they remain at the top of the list of their “most admired people” in the world...
Settle in, because the fun and speculation has only just begun for 2012.
Our Constitution says nothing about how we pick presidential candidates—it doesn’t really anticipate political parties at all.