The United States Supreme Court is one of the last government institutions which maintains a ban on cameras. Learn how cameras would allow the public to observe some of the most important legal issues facing America today and instill public confidence in the overall judicial process.
Some Supreme Court cases involve fascinating facts and historical twists. Federal Republic of Germany vs. Philipp is one particularly interesting example.
There have always been controversial presidential pardons, but at what point does the use of the pardon power become an abuse of power?
Learn about the directives President Biden issued on his first day in office that emphasized the themes of his inaugural speech including a call for unity and inclusion.
American Public University System (APUS) recently announced that four master’s-level students and alumni of American Military University (AMU) and American Public University (APU) have been named Presidential Management Fellowship (PMF) Finalists for the Class of 2021.
Work is risky. Learn how OSHA, the government’s regulator and enforcer of workplace safety standards, imposes a broad legal duty on employers to maintain safety through its General Duty Clause.
In this episode, hear how President-elect Biden is likely to reverse many of Trump’s border policies that have caused a humanitarian crisis among asylum seekers.
A presidential term lasts four years; if the incumbent is fortunate and successful enough another four-year term will follow.