We’ve got a glimpse, thanks to Philadelphia’s tourism agency.
And we have a constitutional law expert to prove it.
“Constitute” lets you compare founding documents from 160 countries
Downward dog is not a religious practice
A constitutional error recently discovered shows that North Dakota has never technically fit the requirements for statehood.
An inmate has sued the state of Michigan, arguing that his prison’s ban on porn constitutes “cruel and unusual punishment.”
If you’re a criminal who likes to read — and/or religious, but not Christian — then the last place you want to be jailed in is Moncks Corner, South Carolina.
In case you didn’t know, today is Constitution Day, which we celebrate that document that has been America’s law of the land since 1787, and over which we have fought, grappled, waged huge, expensive courtroom battles, …
In the seat-counting world of Washington today, even a death cannot stop the incessant speculative adding and subtracting. Robert Byrd’s body is barely cold and already the town is abuzz about who his replacement could be.