Guides and General Resources
- Federal Internet Guide — The Washington Post’s guide to the World Wide Web sites of the United States Government
- Project Vote Smart — A project dedicated to providing objective, comprehensive information about elections, candidates and issues.
- Mass.gov — The official web site of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, with links to the web sites of all state agencies and departments.
United States Government Resources
The White House — The White House Web Server has information about the President and Vice President, the Cabinet Departments, and various other aspects of the Executive branch of government.
The Supreme Court
- Legal Information Institute — Cornell’s Legal Information Institute provides access to Supreme Court decisions from 1990 on, indexed by topic, keyword, term and party name, with selected pre-1990 decisions by topic, as well as other information on the Supreme Court and its Justices.
- The Oyez Project : US Supreme Court Multimedia Database — This site has many recordings of oral arguments before the Supreme Court available as RealAudio files.
Other United States Government Resources
- Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services — Offers an extensive collection of laws, policy and procedural documents and forms on all aspects of immigration.
- GPO’s Federal Digital System — The U.S. Government Printing Office disseminates official information from all three branches of the Federal Government.
- FedWorld — FedWorld provides organized subject access to information from many different government agencies.
- Grants.gov — Grants.gov allows organizations to electronically find and apply for competitive grant opportunities from all Federal grant-making agencies, over 900 grant programs offered by the 26 Federal grant-making agencies.