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Sunday, 26th June 2005

New Congressional Research Service Reports Database

Resources, Reports, Tools, Lists, and Full Text Documents
Congressional Research Service
Source: Center for Democracy & Technology
New One-Stop Resource: Search and Access Congressional Research Service Reports from Several Respositories
A new database, Open CRS, from the Center for Democracy & Technology has just launched. Open CRS aggregates material from several well-known open-access CRS repositories. Cool! More about Open CRS in this article.
See also: Congressional Research Service Reports, Hosted by UNT Libraries (University of North Texas)
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Science--Employment--Databases
Source: Nature Publishing Group
Redesigned Site, NatureJobs.com
New look and several new features. Free. RSS feeds, too!
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Energy--United States--Statistics
Source: EIA
Just Released, Petroleum Supply Annual, Volume 1
"Final annual data for the supply and disposition of crude oil and petroleum products."
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Agriculture--Outlooks
Source: OECD
OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook: 2005-2014
Full Text of document is fee-based. However, highlights (PDF; 46 pages) are available free.
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Law--United States--Lists & Rankings
Source: Corporate Counsel
Chart: Women Who Head Legal Departments at 73 Fortune 500 Companies
Additional material here.
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Motorcycles--Theft and Accidents--Lists & Rankings
Source: Insurance Journal
Study Shows Suzuki Motorcycle Is Risky Business
"The Suzuki GSX-R Series motorcycle is the most likely motorcycle to be stolen and to be involved in a crash according to a recent study of claims data on more than two million motorcycles insured over the past three years." Lists the top five motorcycles most and least likely to be stolen or crashed. Study by Progressive Insurance.

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