TrackBill Legislative Tracker is an App for Android and IPhone: https://trackbill.com/
And the Congress phone app is also available for seeing latest bills and votes: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sunlightlabs.android.congress&hl=en
Here is a helpful guide for tracking federal bills through Congress from the University of Washington Law School: https://lib.law.washington.edu/content/guides/FedBillTrack
The Daily Work of Congress
Congress.Gov (formerly THOMAS)
A site maintained by the Library of Congress that provides in-depth information on the U.S. Congress. Users can search the site by bill number or keyword to learn about the legislative process, find a state's members of Congress, and access a comprehensive database on current and past legislation. The site also provides a full-text search of the "Congressional Record", a daily record of activity in Congress, and committee information (Diana Hacker, 2003).
|Foreign Affairs Online
A meta-index to sites related to international law, international relations, and U.S. foreign policy. Well organized and annotated, this site is hosted by the Department of Information Technology and Communication at the University of Virginia (Diana Hacker, 2003).
|Human Rights Library by the University of Minnesota
Human rights information of an international scope. This site also includes the Peace Resource Center (http://www1.umn.edu/humanrts/peace/index.html) and documents from the United Nations (http://www1.umn.edu/humanrts/un-orgs.htm).
|Institute for Social Research
"The University of Michigan Institute for Social Research (ISR) is one of the largest and oldest academic survey and social research organizations in the world. Representing the disciplines of psychology, political science, economics, anthropology and public health, ISR research scientists have directed some of the longest-running and most widely cited and utilized studies in the nation."
Internet Legal Resources (University of Minnesota)
|Library of Congress Country Studies
Online editions of book-length country profiles produced for U.S. diplomats. This site includes substantial information on each nation's culture, history, economy, and political system. It is searchable by topic and country. Be sure to note publication dates for the most current information; some volumes are more than ten years old and may include outdated materials (Diana Hacker, 2003).
|Minnesota Magazine Index
MNMag is an index of articles on local and statewide politics, news, current events, history and the arts that appear in nine Minnesota magazines. Produced since 1991 by the staff in the History Department at the Minneapolis Public Library, MNMag now includes over 14,000 citations.
|National Security Archive
The Web site of a project that has collected the world's largest non-governmental archive of declassified documents, many of them covering controversial issues and obtained through the Freedom of Information Act. Though many documents are not accessible through the Web site, there are collections of papers called "briefing books" on a variety of foreign affairs topics. The National Security Archive is an independent non-governmental research institute and library at George Washington University (Diana Hacker, 2003).
|SOSIG (Social Science Information Gateway)
Social Science Information Gateway provides select Internet resources for academics and professionals in the fields of the social sciences, business, law, philosophy, and women's studies. Materials reflect the British origin.
|The Center for Voting and Democracy
The Center for Voting and Democracy is a nonpartisan, nonprofit group started in 1992 to cover fair voting procedures. Its purpose is to study how voting systems affect participation, representation, and governance, with a view to election reform. The site includes information on instant runoff voting (IRV), proportional representation (PR), cumulative voting, campaign finance, redistricting, third parties, voter turnout, women and representation, race and representation, pending legislation, ballot measures, and voting rights.
|The Encyclopedia of Law & Economics
Attempts to provide a survey of the whole law & economics literature, with a total number of pages of approximately 3,000.
Offers news releases, virtual tours, documents, and basic information about the United Nations and its bodies. Three different search engines explore a large database and list of links. The site includes a wealth of reports, statistical data, and other information on human rights, international law, peacekeeping missions, and other topics (Diana Hacker, 2003).
|University of Michigan Documents Center: Political Science Resources
An enormous series of links related to political science and political theory. Links are annotated, and sponsoring institutions of listed sites are named (Diana Hacker, 2003).