First Seminole War begins when Georgia whites raid Seminole settlements inside Spanish controlled Florida

Ninth Amendment: Federalist Papers begin appearing in New York papers

Giving Tuesday 2017

Supreme Court “Floating House” winner gets second court date

10 fascinating facts about Robert F. Kennedy

President Lincoln delivers the Gettysburg Address

Myths and mysteries about the Gettysburg Address

Read six different versions of the Gettysburg Address

Susan B. Anthony arrested for trying to vote in presidential election

Chester Alan Arthur’s brave, short presidency

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Franklin Foer: The Existential Threat of Big Tech

10 reasons why America’s first constitution failed

Video: Franklin Foer on the existential threat of big tech

Video: Hamilton’s vision of federalism, national authority, and judicial review

Hamilton’s vision of federalism, national authority, and judicial review

Hamilton’s vision of federalism, national authority, and judicial review

Podcast: Tax reform and the Constitution

Tax reform and the Constitution

Tax reform and the Constitution

Philadelphia wins sanctuary city ruling in federal court

Continental Congress proposes Articles of Confederation

Franklin Foer and the existential threat of big tech

On this day, Wilson’s own rule helps defeat the Versailles Treaty

National Constitution Center Hosts Special Programs Thanksgiving Weekend 2017

Supreme Court takes political clothing at polls case

Justices to rule on abortion foes’ rights

National Constitution Center Now Offering Continuing Legal Education Credits In-person at Town Hall Programs and On-demand

The Iran-Contra affair tests our system of checks and balances

Benjamin Franklin’s last great quote and the Constitution

A birthday salute to Louis Brandeis

How Americans fought to restore Veterans Day to November

10 facts about Presidents who were also Veterans

First Amendment: Court grapples with issues of free speech in a democratic society

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Is the fight against ISIS legal?

Is the fight against ISIS legal?

Podcast: Is the fight against ISIS legal?

Pennsylvania court will expedite big gerrymandering case

Semper Fi! Happy birthday to the Marine Corps

Video: Freedom of the press and national security in the era of Trump

Freedom of the press and national security in the era of Trump

Freedom of the press and national security in the era of Trump

On this day, the Berlin Wall comes to an end

Jeannette Rankin becomes first woman elected to Congress

On this day, Supreme Court upholds baseball’s antitrust exemption

Donald Trump tops Hillary Clinton in general election

The People’s Party denounces corruption and corporate power

That other big partisan gerrymander fight

13th Amendment: Pro-slavery mob destroys abolitionist’s printing press

Episode 72: The 2nd Amendment

Civics 101: Episode 72: The 2nd Amendment

Video: Hendrik Meijer on Arthur Vandenberg

Hendrik Meijer on Arthur Vandenberg

Hendrik Meijer on Arthur Vandenberg

On this day Contested presidential election between Rutherford B. Hayes and Samuel J. Tilden ends in electoral deadlock

Congress reasserts its role with the War Powers Act

Massachusetts colony banishes Anne Hutchinson for disobeying Puritan government’s rules of worship

Cass Sunstein and a Citizen’s Guide to Impeachment

Cass Sunstein and a Citizen’s Guide to Impeachment

Senators should serve for life, and other election ideas from the Founders

The drama behind President Kennedy’s 1960 election win

On this day Abraham Lincoln elected president on platform barring slavery from western territories

Episode 24 Constitutional Law In The 21st Century

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Obama wins second term in the White House

Video: Cass Sunstein and a Citizen’s Guide to Impeachment

Supreme Court punts on Madden football game case

CSPAN: Chief Justice John Marshall’s Life and Legacy

VOA News: U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment In Today’s Political Climate

It was 157 years ago today: Abraham Lincoln is elected President

On this day President Roosevelt defeats Wendell Wilkie, reelected to unprecedented third term

On this day Republicans gain control of both Houses of Congress for first time in 40 years

FDR’s third-term election and the 22nd amendment

Republicans gain full control of Congress in mid-term elections

Same-sex unions divide the nation

12th Amendment: Foes become President and Vice President

On This Day: The first bitter, contested presidential election takes place

Government challenges teen abortions ruling

U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment In Today’s Political Climate

Long-time civil rights activist Bella Abzug becomes first Jewish woman elected to Congress

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Strom Thurmond becomes first Senator ever elected on write-in

GOP gets control of House in Obama backlash

Deconstructing the administrative state

Deconstructing the administrative state

Podcast: Deconstructing the administrative state

Marine general seeks release, tests conviction

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Two Presidents share the same birthday, but little else

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Guantanamo case turmoil deepens; general in contempt

Debate on ‘Carpenter v. United States,’ the Fourth Amendment Cell-Site Case

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