#AmericanNationalTree: #OnThisDay in 1922, the World War II solider and Medal of Honor recipient William Nakamura was born.

William Kenzo Nakamura died on July 4, 1944, fighting for his country, even though the government had forced his family out of its Seattle home and into a Relocation Center in Idaho because of their Japanese heritage. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, more than 100,000...
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#AmericanNationalTree: #OnThisDay in 1815, John Bingham, the chief author of the Fourteenth Amendment, was born.

Bingham was an early advocate of emancipating the slaves and played an important part in the Reconstruction of the South after the Civil War. A Republican, he served as a U.S. Representative from Ohio from 1855 to 1863, when he left office to help present the government’s case in...
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The U.K. Supreme Court will deliver its final ruling in the #Brexit case on Tuesday, January 24.

Brexit decision day set for next week

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President Donald J. Trump: "Finally, we must think big and dream even bigger. In America, we understand that a nation is only living as long as it is striving." #InaugurationDay

President Trump stays on message with Inaugural Address

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President Donald J. Trump is the fifth president to use a pair of bibles during his swearing in ceremony. #InaugurationDay

How presidents use Bibles at inaugurations

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Today, Donald J. Trump will become the 45th President of the United States.

This #InaugurationDay, discover 10 facts about inaugurations throughout American history!

10 fascinating facts about Presidential inaugurations

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#OnThisDay in 1945, #FDR was sworn in for a historic fourth term in office. #InaugurationDay

A historical first and last – FDR’s final inauguration

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg shares a #WeLoveTheConstitution message to unite Americans across the nation by sharing her love for the U.S. #Constitution! #SCOTUS #RBG

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court Justice - We Love The Constitution

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We the People: Scholars examine the #FirstAmendment's Free Speech Clause and a big trademark case facing #SCOTUS.

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Podcast: Offensive speech and trademarks at the Supreme Court

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Constitution Daily reviews the history of tariffs & trade in the U.S. to better understand President-elect Donald J. Trump's tariff proposals.

Donald Trump and the history of tariffs and trade

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"#JohnFKennedy’s speech in 1961 was one of the shortest but most powerful addresses made by a president."

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Great inaugural addresses: John F. Kennedy

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Today, the National Constitution Center and iCivics launches WeLoveTheConstitution.org – a digital site where Americans can share what they value most about the #Constitution!

Explore videos from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Representative John Lewis, U.S. Senator Susan Collins, Senator Lamar Alexander, filmmaker Ken Burns (PBS), and more.

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This Friday, President- elect Donald J. Trump will be sworn in with the bible #AbrahamLincoln used at his 1861 inauguration.

Discover highlights from Lincoln's two inaugural addresses. #InaugurationDay

Great inaugural addresses: Abraham Lincoln’s two speeches

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President Gerald Ford granted Richard Nixon a pre-emptive pardon in 1974.

10 famous people who received presidential pardons

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The Lee v. Tam trademark case could also impact the litigation facing the Washington Redskins.

Supreme Court hears dispute over offensive trademarks and free speech

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What could go wrong? James Buchanan's post-inauguration festivities left 36 people dead, including three congressmen.

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When presidential inaugurations go very, very wrong

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The argument over cameras in federal courts first arose in 1937.

Can Congress force cameras into the Supreme Court courtroom?

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Constitution Daily explores highlights from President #FranklinRoosevelt's four inaugural addresses.

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Great inaugural addresses: Franklin Roosevelt

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#OnThisDay in 1706, Founding Father and U.S. Constitution signer #BenjaminFranklin was born.

Ben Franklin’s best inventions and innovations

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Great deal at a great place. Now more than ever.

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