Examples of delegated powers include the power to regulate commerce with foreign nations, to collect taxes, to borrow money on behalf of the United States, to declare war and to enter treaties. The delegation of power re... More »

In terms of government, exclusive powers, also called delegated powers, are those that are reserved solely for the federal or national government. In the United States, some examples of exclusive powers are the right to ... More »

According to the University of Texas, delegated powers consist of the powers that the U.S. Constitution grants to the federal government. The U.S. Constitution grants separate powers to the states. More »

The diplomatic powers of the president of the United States include the right to make treaties and executive agreements with other nations and the right of reception, which is the right to recognize or not recognize the ... More »

Some examples of concurrent powers are the power to tax, to build roads, to borrow money and to create courts. Other such powers include making and enforcing laws, chartering banks and corporations, and usurping property... More »

The federal government, under the powers of the U.S. Constitution, is given the power to make laws, veto laws, oversee foreign policy and national defense, impose tariffs, impeach officials, enter into treaties, interpre... More »

Apart from the power to propose and pass laws, Congress has several non-legislative powers including the following: powers to impeach, tax, amend the Constitution, declare war, elect the President in case there is no maj... More »