African American History Month

Justice Kennedy’s last task: something familiar

The Scopes Monkey trial and the Constitution

10 facts about the most famous scene in legal history

The New Supreme Court

The New Supreme Court

The New Supreme Court

On this day, the Seneca Falls Convention begins

On This Day, Truman, Congress decide current line of presidential succession

A birthday tribute to the Founding Father of gerrymandering

A historical footnote: Supreme Court Justice Alexander Hamilton?

How Philadelphia lost the nation’s capital to Washington

Gerald Ford’s unique role in American history

Jeffrey Rosen on the Reconstruction Amendments

What We Learn from Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings

Interactive Constitution: The Seventeenth Amendment

Happy 150th Birthday, 14th Amendment

Happy 150th Birthday, 14th Amendment

Happy 150th Birthday, 14th Amendment

Video: 2017 Liberty Medal Award Ceremony

On Monday, October 16, 2017 in Philadelphia, the National Constitution Center’s Liberty Medal was awarded to Senator John McCain. You can watch the complete video of the event in the player below or at the following link: https://youtu.be/m61N0T-3QA4
 

Can a Vice President be charged with a crime while in office?

The Burr vs. Hamilton duel happened 214 years ago today

10 facts about John Quincy Adams on his birthday

2018 Annual Supreme Court Review

National Constitution Center Announces Speakers and Topics for Fall 2018 America’s Town Hall

The biggest tests the new Justice would face

Trump nominates Kavanaugh as Justice Kennedy’s replacement

The Suffrage Movement: Revising the Final Campaign

Should We Amend the Constitution to Authorize Political Spending Limits?

Hamilton: The Man, the Musical, and the Law

John Marshall: The Man Who Made the Supreme Court

Ken Starr: A Memoir of the Clinton Investigation

How to Save a Constitutional Democracy

Faith and the Founding: The Bible and the Constitution

Michael Beschloss: Presidents of War

Doris Kearns Goodwin: Leadership in Turbulent Times

The Coddling of the American Mind

Why State Constitutions Matter

Slavery and Its Opponents at America’s Founding

Public Education, the Supreme Court, and the Battle for the American Mind

On the 150th Anniversary of the 14th Amendment, the National Constitution Center Announces New Exhibit, Theater Performance, and Podcast Series

A quick look at the “final four” Supreme Court candidates

10 Supreme Court cases about the 14th Amendment

John Bingham: One of America’s forgotten “Second Founders”

Happy 150th Birthday, 14th Amendment

10 fascinating facts about the Liberty Bell

The Constitution signer who was impeached and expelled

New threat to DACA: Trump victory on entry ban

Why does the Supreme Court have nine Justices?

On this day, the Republican Party names its first candidates

Podcast: The Legacy of Justice Anthony Kennedy

The Legacy of Justice Anthony Kennedy

The Legacy of Justice Anthony Kennedy

Three Presidents Die on July 4th: Just a Coincidence?

10 fascinating facts about the Declaration of Independence

Looking back: George Carlin and the Supreme Court

When is the real Independence Day: July 2 or July 4?

Fox News: Steve Hilton: I Didn’t Get the True Genius of America’s Founders Till I Moved Here. Here’s What Worries Me Now.

A look back at Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s court legacy

William Howard Taft’s truly historic ‘double-double’

On this day, Supreme Court temporarily finds death penalty unconstitutional

The Supreme Court now: Decisions, deciders and what’s next

Podcast: Supreme Court decisions, deciders and what’s next

The Supreme Court now: Decisions, deciders and what’s next

MSNBC, Velshi & Ruhle: Supreme Court Delivers Blow to Unions

Is Roe v. Wade at risk now?

On this day, a divided Supreme Court rules on the Second Amendment

The Justice Who Believed in America

Justice Kennedy’s legacy in the gay rights decisions

Justice Kennedy retires; major change coming to Supreme Court

How will Justice Anthony Kennedy be replaced?

How Justice Kennedy replaced Powell (and Bork) at the Court

Has the First Amendment been “weaponized”?

Supreme Court overturns union-fees precedent

Family separation: a constitutional fight, too

On this day, the Supreme Court reinforces the 10th Amendment

Did the Supreme Court just overrule the Korematsu decision?

Trump wins on foreigners’ entry ban

National Constitution Center Quarterly Events Calendar, July - September 2018

Members Only Hamilton Exhibit Guided Tour

When the Supreme Court first ruled on affirmative action

The Atlantic: James Madison Would Be Horrified by a Tweeting President

Supreme Court rules in Texas gerrymandering dispute

No new guidance from Supreme Court on gay marriage, gerrymanders

Members Only Hamilton Exhibit Guided Tour

All-American Celebration Kicks Off With FREE Admission for Wawa Hoagie Day

Supreme Court Justices broaden cellphone privacy

Supreme Court decides against Double Jeopardy appeal

Supreme Court Scorecard: The 2018 Edition (Updated 6/27/2018)

Court says administrative law judges subject to Appointments Clause

Supreme Court tells E-commerce it must collect and pay more taxes

Ben Rhodes: A Memoir of the Obama White House

The Golden State Killer and Genetic Privacy

Podcast: The Golden State Killer and Genetic Privacy

The Golden State Killer and Genetic Privacy

When the Supreme Court ruled to allow American flag burning

The day the Constitution was ratified

Four cases to watch as the Supreme Court nears end of current term

Why we don’t have a turkey on our Great Seal

The Power of Impeachment: Its History and Future

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