The U.S. Constitution has seven Articles: Article 1: Legislative Branch (House, Senate) -- Makes law. Article 2: Executive Branch (President, Vice President, Attorney General) -- Enforces law. Article 3: Judicial Branch (Supreme Court, Federal Courts) -- Interprets law. Article 4: Concerning the States Records of each state to be recognized by each other. Extradition (legal way to move criminals to other states). Article 5: How to Amend the Constitution Two-thirds of states to propose amendment. Three-fourths of states to amend. Article 6: Supreme Law of the Land (The United States Constitution) State constitutions cannot go against it. Article 7: Ratification requires three-fourths of the states.