The products in this collection were created by the Congressional Research Service (CRS) for the sole purpose of supporting Congress in its legislative, oversight, and representational duties. New products are regularly produced to anticipate and respond to issues of interest to Congress. As these issues develop, so do the products, which may be updated to reflect new information, developments, and emergent needs of Congress. They are not designed to provide comprehensive coverage of the academic literature or address issues that are outside the scope of congressional deliberations. They are marked as “new,” “updated,” or “archived” to indicate their status.
The Congressional Research Service (a division of the Library of Congress) is a non-partisan service that provides briefs, studies and reports to Congressional members on different subjects. The reports are not classified but have yet to be made publicly available. This site by the University of Washington lists where the reports have been made publicly available
All open congressional proceedings (votes, legislation, speeches, articles or studies entered into the public record - most anything not in a closed session) are published in the Congressional Record. This is collected online from 1995 onwards by Congress.gov
A Propublica project that lets you search for your legislator, see how they have voted on bills, how often they vote with or against their party and what votes they have missed. You can also search for statements by congressional members on different subjects, and view expense reports by representatives.