For content on Part I:
For content on your issues for Parts II and III of your paper:
CQ Researcher (some reports are very dated, but this will be useful for some topics)
Congressional Digest (unbiased resource on Congressional & Supreme Court debates. This database does not create a citation for you, but gives you some guidance. Please see a librarian for help citing from here)
World News Digest - Select "Browse News" and "By Topic" to see most recent news articles about your topic. Note: read through to focus on US stories rather than world stories.
Cut and Paste for web search: site:.edu "INSERT YOUR TOPIC HERE" "Federalism"
To support your Opinions in Part III of your paper:
Oyez.org - (pronounced oh-yay) use this site to find supreme court cases that support your argument
New York Times- Students, you can get your own , individual login & account for NYT. Just as a librarian for help!
Advanced Search Tips:
" " use quotations to search a phrase: "video games"
* use an asterisk to search a word variation: federal*
use: AND OR NOT--to combine terms
ex. aggression or violence