Web resources

US Government

View from inside the Library of Congress

The Library of Congress home page. Gives access to a vast collection of primary resources and collections in all fields of American history, politics, society and culture.

The White House home page. Information about the current occupants, the history of the White House, and current activities within the executive branch. Also provides access to a range of executive agencies.

The Washington, D.C. based United States Information Agency (USIA) home page.

US Census Bureau national population estimates. All the statistics you ever needed on the current state of the American population.

National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) gateway page to American Presidential libraries.

U.S. Constitution. With annotations of cases decided by the Supreme Court of the United States to June 29, 1992.

Newspapers, Magazines, Radio and Television

American Journalism Review. Links to hundreds of newspapers, magazines, and other publications online.

Electronic Newsstand. Links to hundreds of newspapers, magazines, and other publications online.

Newspaper Association of America interactive list of American newspapers' home pages.

National daily newspapers: The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, USA TODAY, and The Chicago Tribune.

TIME Magazine

Newsweek Magazine

Cable networks: CNN and MSNBC

PBS On-line. The home page of the Public Broadcasting Service.

National Public Radio (NPR) website