What are some other powers of Congress mentioned in the U.S. Constitution?
Article I, Section 8 lists numerous powers of Congress. Among these powers, the Congress can:
Set and collect taxes.
Regulate commerce between the various states and with foreign nations, to coin money.
Provide and maintain a navy.
Raise and support armies.
Create post offices.
Create courts lower than the U.S. Supreme Court.
Establish uniform rules on naturalization and bankruptcy.