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Online U.S. Government Information
Govinfo provides free public access to official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government.
Homeland Security Digital Library
In addition to providing access to a variety of sources related to homeland security, HSDL also provides access to Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports related to homeland security topics.
Congressional Research Service: CRS Reports
This collection provides access to Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports.
Congressional Research Service Reports (CRS): University of North Texas
Collection of CRS Reports back to 1969. The information on this site is compiled and made available as a public service by the Government Documents Department at the UNT Libraries
The official website for U.S. federal legislative information including the Congressional Record, Committee documents, navigating a bill, and more.
United States Senate
Search for Senate bills, members, debates, and voting records.
U. S. House of Representatives
Search for House bills, representatives, debates, and voting records.
Supreme Court of the United States
Provides access to opinions, orders, docket, Court calendars, transcripts, schedules, rules, visitors’ guides, case-handling guides, press releases and other general information.
The White House
Information on current issues, the administration, and the government.
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When searching in Google or another search engine, using a country's specific government domain extension can help you restrict your results to sources from a particular country's government websites.
For example: "climate change" site:.gov would show you results from U.S. government websites that mentioned "climate change".
International Government Information
The UN Official Document System (ODS) provides access to the full-text of UN documents including those created by the "Security Council, the General Assembly, the Economic and Social Council and their subsidiaries."
The United Nations Digital Library is a catalog of UN documents and publications, with and without the full-text available.
Visit the UN Documentation research guide to learn more about UN document symbols as well as the types of UN documents that are available online.