Native Hawaiians, the only U.S. Native group that does not have some form of self-government, are organizing to build a constitution for the indigenous people of the Hawaiian islands.
The Pledge of Allegiance has been recited in U.S. classrooms for over a century. But the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that students are not required to say it.
A student in North Carolina is suspended four times for expressing her religious beliefs.
The nine justices (judges) of the United States Supreme Court decide cases that relate directly to the U.S. Constitution, and cases that affect the future for many people.