The Constitution is not clear about whether the court could declare an act of Congress or of the executive branch to be unconstitutional. That was left to be determined in the early days of the American republic.
The rejuvenated line of comics releases graphic novel collections of the Justice League, the Flash, Nightwing, and Green Lanterns
A graduate student at the University of Houston found a 'quasi-Dickensian' lost novel by Walt Whitman in the archives of the Library of Congress.
As 'Lincoln in the Bardo' attracts widespread attention, now might be a good time to remember Saunders’ shortest book – 'Congratulations, by the Way.'
Author Eliot Pattison decries the occupation of Tibet via his 'Inspector Shan' detective series.