Poor Founding Fathers. They get blamed for everything.
The seeds of the shutdown were sown in 1787, when the Founders committed us to a system of government that makes democratic accountability impossible.
The natural-born citizenship clause is the subject of frequent interpretative debate. But it should just be junked altogether.
The Supreme Court expert on this term's same-sex marriage cases, and what we learned from oral arguments.
The Supreme Court is deciding on three separate casing dealing with marriage rights for gay, lesbian, and bisexual couples. Here's what's at stake.
How a new court ruling could invalidate a tool for presidential power as old as the constitution.
One of America's leading constitutional law experts takes me through the Second Amendment's history, which is stranger, and more visual, than I would've thought.
Three years ago, Mitt Romney proposed a constitutional amendment that would say "the president has to spend three years working in business before he becomes president of the United States." That would disqualify Paul Ryan.