The Articles of the Constitution
Article II of the Constitution states "How does the Executive branch execute laws?" The executive branch of the United States Government executes or carries out the laws as well as having the power to veto any law proposed by the Legislative Branch. The Executive Branch is a unicameral congress and is headed by the President. The President has many powers that are both domestic and foreign powers.
Article III of the Constitution states "How does the Judicial branch interpret laws?" The Judicial branch interprets laws to decide what they mean and to make sure they are being followed in specific cases. Article III, also marks the establishment of the Supreme Court which is the federal court as well as establishing courts below the Supreme Court. Federal Judges are appointed not elected. Established the "Trial by Jury".