• Landmark Supreme Court Cases
“This site was developed to provide teachers with a full range of resources and activities to support the teaching of landmark Supreme Court cases, helping students explore the key issues of each case.”
• The United States Government Manual 2000/2001
Provides information on the legislative, executive, and judicial branches.
A central access point for over 20,000 U.S. government sites.
• Frequently Asked Questions of the U.S. Government
“Have a question about federal programs, benefits, or service? Each year, the Federal Consumer Information National Contact Center and Federal Websites and Agencies handle millions of calls, letters and emails from citizens who are trying to find answers to their questions.”
• Welcome to the White House
• U.S. House of Representatives
• United States Senate
• Supreme Court of the United States
• Official US Executive Branch Web Sites
This list, provided by the Library of Congress, includes links to executive departments and independent agencies.
• United States Legislative Branch
A collection of resources on congressional members, organizations, schedules, proceedings, and legislation.
• Thomas: Legislative Information on the Internet
Search for full text of legislation, the Congressional Record, and committee information.
• The Federal Judiciary Homepage
“The purpose of this site is to function as a clearinghouse for information from and about the Judicial Branch of the U.S. Government.”
This site will help users locate and contact their representatives and find legislative information.
• Federal Budget Information From Office of Management and Budget
Includes proposed current budget, Economic Report of the President. Search and download portions of documents or whole documents in ASCII or PDF format.
• Supreme Court Decisions
• Yahoo! U.S. Government: Departments and Agencies
Includes links to the executive branch department and agencies.
• FedWorld Information Center
A central access point for locating and acquiring government information.
• University of Michigan Documents Center
The Documents Center is a central reference and referral point for government information, whether local, state, federal, foreign or international. Its web pages are a reference and instructional tool for government, political science, statistical data, and news.
Links to statistics information from more than 70 federal government agencies. Also has links to regional statistics.
• Abbreviations and Acronyms of the U.S. Government