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Photo, Edith Norse Rogers at Rostrum, 1926, U.S. House of Representatives

A comprehensive current and historical look at this legislative body and its context. [...] »

Screenshot, Marines exercising, Marines.com

Why are the Marines known as "America's 911 Force"? Explore this division of the armed services. [...] »

Photo, Weighing and counting - Coiner's. . . , c. 1897, Library of Congress

A magician may be able to pull coins out of thin air, but most of us can't. [...] »

Oil on canvas, Gun Crew. . . , 1940-42, McClelland Barclay, U.S. Navy

Who defends our seas, and how do they do it? Explore primary sources and more. [...] »

Lithograph, [Patent medicine label for unnamed. . . ], 1830-1870, LoC

The United States Patent and Trademark Office has images of patents online back to 1790. [...] »

Photo, City Carrier, 1975, United States Postal Service

Come rain or shine, the mail must go through, bringing information and tidings. [...] »

Photo, Secret Service Motorcycle, bowena, April 14, 2009, Flickr

How did the Secret Service begin protecting our leaders and solving crimes? [...] »

Lithograph, "The Great Congressional Tramp. . . ," 1882, Mayer, U.S. Senate site

Political cartoons, photos, oral histories, artifacts, essays, and facts. [...] »

Photo, Indian (Native American) Participation. . . , New York Public Library

Find out how to pronounce tricky names, and listen to official international radio programs. [...] »