• Constitutional Episode 01: Framed

    In the premier episode of “Constitutional,” we go back in time to that hot Philadelphia summer in 1787 when a group of revolutionary Americans drafted the U.S. Constitution. Subscribe to the "Constitutional" podcast for the full episode!

  • About the show

  • The preamble

    In order to form a more perfect podcast, we created this overview of what you can expect from "Constitutional" when it launches July 24.

  • Introducing 'Constitutional'

    If you loved ‘Presidential,' check out our new podcast launching July 24. Listen to a preview and subscribe now by going to washingtonpost.com/constitutional or searching on Apple Podcasts.

  • Donald Trump: Division and union

    In this final episode of the podcast, Library of Congress historians Michelle Krowl and Julie Miller return--along with Washington Post journalist Dan Balz--to reflect on the changing nature of the American presidency.

  • Barack Obama: The pursuit of identity

    Political strategist David Axelrod and biographer David Maraniss discuss Barack Obama's search for identity -- and how that quest has paralleled America's own complex reckoning with race.