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By PBS NewsHour
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
Under a provision of the Constitution known as the recess appointments clause, the president may make temporary appointments to positions that otherwise require confirmation by the Senate, but only when the Senate is in recess. Now, President Barack Obama and…
By Justin Scuiletti
The U.S. Supreme Court refuses to reconsider a 2012 Arizona ban on abortions beginning at 20 weeks of fetal gestation. The highest court's decision upholds a lower court's ruling that the ban violated a women's constitution right to terminate pregnancy…
The NSA and the Supreme Court, NYPD program monitors teems, future of the postal system.
Egyptian Interim Leader Offers Election Timetable, Appoints New Prime Minister…
Egyptian Military Ousts Morsi, Nation's First Democratically Elected President…
Teens investigate the connection between the U.S. Constitution and school cafeteria meals.
Students explore how faculty members and their peers feel about the Pledge of Allegiance.
Students investigate the Double Jeopardy clause in the Fifth Amendment.
Students investigate the connection between the U.S. Constitution and school lunches.
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