Only 26 percent could name all three branches of the government.
Before the state of Washington existed, the governor of the territory granted himself a pardon to avoid punishment for contempt of court.
A new lawsuit from the attorneys general of Maryland and D.C. will challenge Trump's business deals as president, saying they're unconstitutional.
85 percent of poll respondents say there's 'no need to change the current constitution,' with opposition parties boycotting the upcoming vote.
How come the president from 200 years ago is more sensitive to Muslim rights than the president in 2017?
A vote on the controversial constitutional assembly is scheduled for late July.
Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the University of California, Irvine Law School, has joined other prominent attorneys in filing suit against Trump for his alleged breach of the emoluments clause.
The statement obviously wasn't written by Trump: it uses multi-syllable words and proper grammar.
Carter, the two Bushes, Clinton and Obama have a solemn duty to defend the American way of life.
To an authoritarian, rules that block what he wants to do are always "bad for the country."
Would he drop a mother of a bomb on terrorists in a country with a Trump hotel? Unlikely.
President Donald Trump says the Supreme Court justice will decide cases 'on a fair and objective reading of the law.'
Gorsuch may be as conservative as Scalia, but he is not Scalia.
Donald Trump simply does not know what he is doing, nor do most of those around him.
Congress has very broad latitude to determine "high crimes and misdemeanors," and the only check on that power is two thirds of the Senate.
Politicians are playing on ignorance and fear to build divisions among Americans.
Trump doesn't want anyone fact-checking, challenging, or shining a light on him.
Historically, the states' rights and religious freedom arguments have been a cover for bigotry.
Litigation will seek to convince a federal judge that the government's failure to solve the climate crisis violates constitutional rights.