The White House
- Provides the following categories of information: The
President & Vice-President: their accomplishments, their
families, and how to send them electronic mail; Interactive
Citizens' Handbook: a guide to information about the Federal
Government; White House History and Tours; The Virtual Library:
contents of the White House Web site and the archive of White
House documents; What's New; Site News; The Briefing Room; and
White House for Kids.
The House of Representatives
- Displays the following categories for choosing: What's New;
House Operation; House Directory; House Office Web Sites
including Member Offices, Committee Offices, Leadership Offices,
Other House Organizations, Commissions, and Task Forces; and
Media Galleries; This Week on the House Floor; Currently on the
House Floor; Annual Congressional Schedule; The Legislative
Process; Roll Call Votes; House Committee Hearing Schedules and
Oversight Plans; Thomas (noted below); and Internet Law Library.
The Senate http://www.senate.gov
- Provides seven choices: Legislative Activities, Committees,
Senators, Learning About the Senate, Other Resources, and What's
New. The category of Legislative Activities consists of
Legislation, Schedules & Rules and Detailed Activities.
The Federal Judiciary
- Contains "information from and about the Judicial Branch of
the U.S. Courts" (home page). It has the following categories:
What's New; Frequently Asked Questions; For Public Review; Links;
Search; Employment Opportunities; About the U.S. Courts;
Publications and Directories; Newsroom; and Federal Judiciary
Channel. Links provide access to eleven, DC, and Federal
Circuits, International Trade, and others, such as the American
Judicature society, Federal Court Clerks Association, Federal
Judicial Center, Thomas, the United States Sentencing Commission,
and Citizens for Independent Courts.
- Displays a number of choices, including About the UN;
Conference and Events; General Information; UN Reform; Audio,
Visual, Webcast; Publications and Sales; Databases; UN News; UN
Document; UN Around World; UN Member States; and main subjects,
such as Peace and Security, International Law, Economic and
social Development, Human Rights, and Humanitarian Affairs.