50 States and Capitals - general information on the fifty United States.
FirstGov.com - search engine for U.S. government information.
Government Documents in the News - links to government sites of all levels.
Internet Resources for Government (U.S.) Documents - links to access documents from the three branches of government, government periodicals, electronic publications and information, GPO Access documents, federal agencies, GILS, GovtBot database, and more.
Rulers of the World This site contains lists of heads of state and heads of government (and, in certain cases, de facto leaders not occupying either of those formal positions) of all countries and territories, going back to about 1700 in most cases.
State and Local Government on the Net - links to all 50 states, counties, and local government sites.
Thomas - Full Text to both houses of congress Federal Documents and Information
Federal Agencies & Information
FedWorld Information Network - links to government databases, U.S. government reports, and more.
Official Freedom of Information Act- Web site of the US Central Intelligence Agency
CIA Publications and Handbooks - Factbooks, Maps, Economic Statistics, Intelligence, etc
Census Historical Data: In addition to 1990 and 2000, you can now look at many past decennials. The display of data will continue as historical census records become available.
You may also access these data from the Publications (pdf) link on the left side of the Census Bureau home page.
Government Printing Office, GPO - GPO Access to government documents online.
State Department - Includes Bureau of Regional Affairs and Country Commercial Affairs
United States Patent and Trademark Office
The Globalization Website @ Emory University - Web guide to International programs and their web sites.
Alabama Web The State of Alabama's Official Web Site
The Alabama Legislature -- The Alabama Legislative Information System
Assessing the New Federalism State - research and data on "income security, health, child well-being, demographic, fiscal and political conditions, and social services. "
Fed Stats - from the Federal Interagency Council on Statistical Policy. This site provided web links to US government agencies, as well as, several sites providing statistics.
Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics