US Government information

US Government information


This page highlights the most important information resources for the US government and Congress available to you.

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Key Resources


    Full-text debates and legislation from the Library of Congress.
  • Congress Votes Database
    All votes in the US Congress from 1991 until the current day. Maintained by the Washington Post.
    Free access to over 8,000 reports from the Congressional Research Service
  • Federal Register
    The official journal of the Federal Government. From 1936-
  • govinfo
    Latest US government bills and debates
    The US government's website.
  • US Senate
    The website of the upper house.
  • Tutorial
    How to search for US Primary sources 

Presidential Archives

Politics in the Media

  • C-SPAN
    Includes video recordings of House and Senate proceedings.
  • Post Politics
    Breaking news from the politics section of the Washington Post.
  • Washington Week
    An archive of broadcasts from PBS's Washington Week

Foreign Policy Archives

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