White House — Press releases, speeches, executive orders, and other information; plus links to Cabinet level departments and federal agencies, and the legislative and judicial branches.
Official Government Web Sites — Library of Congress list of links to the Executive Branch, Independent Agencies, boards, commissions, committees, and quasi-official agencies.
Recovery.gov — Gateway to key information regarding the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Thomas — Bill text, as well as summaries and status; searchable Congressional Record, topical Congressional Record Index, and links to the House, Senate, GPO, Library of Congress and other resources.
U.S. Legislative Branch — Library of Congress comprehensive collection of links to Congressional information.
U.S. House of Representatives — Links to Members of Congress, Committees, and Leadership; also features a weekly House Floor schedule, Committee hearing schedule, annual Congressional schedule, roll call votes, and summaries of events on the House floor.
U.S. Senate — Links to Senators, Committees, legislative activity information, and other resources.
Congressional Record — Via GPO Access (1995 to Present).
Public Laws — Via GPO Access (1995 to Present).
Congressional Publications — Via GPO Access, provides Congressional bills, directories, and reports; also has links to the Congressional Record, the U.S. Code, and the U.S. Constitution.
United States Code (U.S.C.) — Presented by the U.S. House of Representatives Internet Law Library. Features an easy to use search screen and includes update notes which indicate recent Public Laws which amend the Code.
United States Code (U.S.C.) — Via GPO Access. Search by word or phrase, U.S.C. citation, Public Law number, or Statutes at Large citation.
Federal Register — Via GPO Access (1995 through Present).
Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.) — Via GPO Access. Search by keyword, retrieve a section by citation, or search your choice of titles or volumes.
Legal Information Institute — A part of the Cornell Law School, this site provides access to U.S. Supreme Court decisions as well as federal, state, and international legal materials.
FindLaw Internet Legal Resource — Supreme Court opinions (1983 to present), links to other federal courts, federal, state, and foreign government resources, legal news, a legal subject index, and more.
Dave Leip's Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections
Federal Funds Information for States
Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee