The Constitution in the news this week: cell phone tracking, teens on Twitter, the Supreme Court's ruling on strip searches, President Obama's civics lesson, and same-sex couples on immigration.
This week-in-review feature typically covers a variety of constitutional topics in the news. But this week, constitutional coverage was dominated by one topic: health care.
Here’s a brief look at the top constitutional news stories and commentaries from this week.
Obama’s supporters probably would like to see a leadership style that is more Medal of Honor and less Peace Prize.
A presidential address to a joint session of Congress can change the course of history.
Congress can try to put the political onus of lifting the debt ceiling on the president, but it may not hand over its legislative authority.
President Obama described the showdown as a "partisan three ring circus."
Make your voice heard about the debt talks in Washington.
How the Birther movement and the death of Bin Laden relate to each other and to the matter of trust.