Tagged With Constitution

GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert was slammed on Twitter for bungling the basics of the Constitution

GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert was slammed on Twitter for bungling the basics of the Constitution

GOP leader Mitch McConnell defends Senate vote to acquit Trump in WSJ op-ed

Trump has not reached out to Pence since the US Capitol riots on Jan. 6: report

Donald Trump's Incitement of Violence on the Capitol Is His Highest Political Crime. There's Still Time to Hold Him Accountable.

'I've had enough': Rep. Paul Mitchell leaves the GOP and becomes an Independent, decrying Trump's efforts to overturn the presidential election

Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort charged US taxpayers $3 for a glass of water

100 years ago, suffragists camped out for 6 weeks in a Nashville hotel to win the right to vote. Take a look inside the historic landmark, which is still in operation today.

Where are the so-called 'constitutional conservatives'?

Trump's not just 'playing' dictator anymore

Trump told China's authoritarian leader that Americans want him to change the US Constitution so he can serve more than 2 terms, according to John Bolton's new book

Trump and the threat of the military in US cities has made the Third Amendment suddenly relevant. Here's what it means.

Jared Kushner and Donald Trump don't have the power to cancel the presidential election. But millions may still face hurdles to voting.

Trump tells governors they will be 'calling the shots' on easing coronavirus restrictions days after falsely claiming he has 'total' authority

Idaho's stay-at-home order has sparked a rebellion, and outraged activists are urging people to 'disobey' coronavirus restrictions

White House aides were certain Pence would support invoking 25th Amendment to force Trump from office, anonymous official writes in coming book

Mississippi police officers fatally shot a man in a wrong-door raid. The city says he had no constitutional rights because he was an undocumented immigrant.

A law professor weighs in on how Trump could beat impeachment

Trump suggested hosting the next G7 at one of his Florida resorts, which could violate the Constitution

Trump claimed Article 2 of the Constitution gives him the right to do 'whatever I want as president,' but that's not true