1. Only Congress can declare war.
2. The Bill of Rights is composed of the first ten amendments to the Constitution.
3. The Senate confirms presidential appointments.
4. The number of members of the House of Representatives is fixed at 435.
5. Only one president — James Garfield — was elected directly from the House of Representatives.
6. The vice president casts the tie-breaking vote in the Senate.
7. The Speaker of the House is the highest-ranking Congressional officer specified in the Constitution.
8. Congress can override a presidential veto with a two-thirds vote.
9. The attorney general is the highest-ranking law enforcement official in the United States.
10. The Supreme Court begins a new term on the first Monday in October.