Research websites A-Z

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  • This group provides nonpartisan resources for information about terrorism.

  • Free, online practice tests (GED, ACT, SAT, TOEFL, GRE, and more).

  • Learn about academic programs, sports, arts, and activities at college-prep boarding schools throughout the United States, Canada, and abroad.

  • Newspaper serving African American communities in the Kansas City area.

  • Green living tips, product reviews, buying guides, environmental health news, and more.

  • Online guide to the history of the novel.

  • Resource for couples seeking information and services to help plan their weddings. The site contains planning tools and information on wedding attire, hairstyles, honeymoons, and more.

  • National, 24-hour, 7-days a week toll-free crisis and suicide prevention helpline for gay and questioning youth.

  • Find synonyms for English words.

  • Stock market news, investing advice, stock picks, and quotes.

  • This site lets readers view significant events that took place on any day of the year.

  • Federal legislative information from the Library of Congress.

  • Search ThomasNet to find manufacturers, distributors and service providers - from Actuators to Zirconium.

  • Contains a world clock, calendar tools, and calculators for time zones, the sun and moon, dates, and more

  • Art timelines from antiquity to the present from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

  • This is a timeline of scientific thought from the years 1000 to 2000.

  • Official site for The American Theatre Wing's Tony Awards.

  • This is a user-friendly directory of education training programs offered in universities, colleges and trade schools throughout North America, both on campus and online. You can search by geographic area such as state or zip code, or by program area such as animal care, culinary schools or skilled trades.

  • Find information on passports, visas, international travel, and more from the U.S. Department of State.

  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provide health information for countries around the world, as well as information on vaccinations, diseases, and more.

  • Provides links to cultural attractions; hunting, fishing, and boating resources; parks and recreation areas; vacation planning resources; and tours and maps.

  • TV listings, online videos, entertainment and celebrity news, and more.

  • Provides information about TV shows, has TV and entertainment news, TV listings, and more.