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  • Health information from the American Academy of Family Physicians.

  • Learn how to do genealogy research. Search for genealogy records and family history. FamilySearch.org is a non-profit service sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

  • Provides biographies of famous Missourians throughout history.

  • Contains 690 content rich, illustrated pages of fashion history, costume history, clothing, fashions and social history.

  • This digital collection contains 417 historical images covering many stylistic periods in French and English history.

  • Find scholarships and financial aid.

  • FBI

    The Federal Bureau of Investigation website contains reports on crime, information about the agency, crime statistics, and more.

  • Official information from all three branches of the Federal Government provided by the U.S. Government Printing Office. The Federal Digital System, FDsys, was formerly known as GPO Access.

  • Information about cell phones from the Federal Communications Commission.

  • Source for free information, guidance and tools for federal student assistance—from the U.S. Department of Education's office of Federal Student Aid.

  • Practical information on a variety of consumer topics, such as automobiles, computers, the Internet, credit, loans, health, education, identity theft, privacy, and more.

  • Provides access to data and trend information from more than 100 federal agencies on such topics as economic and population trends, crime, education, health care, aviation safety, energy use, farm production and more.

  • FedWorld, sponsored by the U.S. Dept. of Commerce, provides full text of Supreme Court case decisions issued between 1937 and 1975. You can search by case name or full text.

  • Gateway to federal government information.

  • Freely available public domain ebooks that never expire and don’t count against your library checkout limit.

  • Organization dedicated to women's equality, reproductive health, and non-violence.

  • Organization where movie lovers can gather to watch films, talk about them, and learn more about the film industry, both past and present.

  • Guide to student financial aid information, advice and tools.

  • Calculate your housing affordability, mortgage size, savings, credit card balance duration, business ratios and more.

  • World business, finance and political news from The Financial Times newspaper.

  • Find legal forms and documents.

  • Legal information, lawyer profiles and a community to help you make legal decisions.

  • International legal information.

  • Legal forms for common consumer and small business needs including wills, real estate transactions, divorce, bankruptcy, business incorporation, LLC formation, landlord & tenant issues, and more.

  • Findlaw's Supreme Court opinions covers cases from 1893 forward. You can browse by year and U.S. Reports volume number. You can search by citation, case title, and full text.

  • Sponsored by the American Bar Association, FindLegalHelp.org directs to you to state consumer resources for free or low-cost legal help in areas such as disability, bankruptcy, forclosures and attorney services.

  • Sponsored by the American Bar Association, findlegalhelp.org directs you to state consumer resources for free or low-cost legal help in various areas such as disability and bankruptcy in the Self-Help section, foreclosures and attorney services. You can also check to see if a lawyer is licensed in your state and what to do if you have a problem with your lawyer.

  • Find out where to fish in the Kansas City area on the Kansas side.

  • Food and human nutrition information from the National Agricultural Library.

  • A must for anyone doing culinary research or just interested in the history of food, recipes and food-related subjects. The main time line is updated frequently, and each entry provides links to other sites for additional information.

  • Investing, stock market, personal finance, and retirement advice.

  • Forbes magazine online with business news and market information.

  • Provides links to primary foreign and international legal resources, research aids, and sites useful in conducting research in these areas of the law.

  • Provides links to directories of national governments, foreign embassies, and local governments.

  • Directory of dictionaries, grammars, and other language resources for foreign languages.

  • Legal forms and business letters.

  • Fortune magazine online.

  • This national organization provides resources about grantseeking, fundraising, proposal writing, and more. Find foundation websites.

  • How to receive a free copy of your credit report.

  • Organization that provides rice to hungry people for free by website visitors playing a vocabulary game. This is made possible by the sponsors who advertise on the site.

  • This is a grassroots and nonprofit movement of people who are giving (and getting) stuff for free in their own towns.

  • FreeTestPrep.com is a free online resource for students to prepare for the ACT, SAT, and GED. It features over 700 practice questions all with video solutions, over 1,100 flashcards, over 1,500 real college admissions essays, and over 100 articles and guides.

  • Non-profit organization dedicated to building support for the World Food Program (WFP) and other hunger relief efforts.

  • Gas mileage (MPG), greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution ratings, and safety information for new and used cars and trucks.