Like the more politically liberal Occupy Wall Street movement, the Tea Party has attracted intensive media coverage. But what does this now formalized entity stand for, and who makes up its ranks?
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Each September, Americans remember the document that Revolutionary War general and national assemblyman Marquis de Lafayette called "little short of a miracle." But what don't you know about the U.S. Constitution? See more »
Some of the most pervasive rumors during the debates over health care reform involved people over the age of 65. But as it turns out, many of the Affordable Care Act's provisions are something for seniors to be excited about. See more »
The Constitution touts freedom of the press, but a closer look at the law -- especially as interpreted by the Supreme Court -- shows that press "freedom" has its limits. How are journalists bound by the law? See more »