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World Bank Open Data - data.worldbank.org
address: 1818 H Street, NW Washington, DC 20433
tel.: +1 (202) 473-1000
Free and open access to global development data.

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Free and open access to global development data.
Very simple and understandable, the search form, the filter by country and by subject, for example. Energy, poverty ...

Iris - iris.edu
address: IRIS (Corporate Headquarters), 1200 New York Avenue, NW, Suite 400, DC 20005
tel.: +1 (202) 682-2220
email: rporter@iris.edu
Elements Maps.

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Seismic monitoring.
Seismic state of the earth in real time.
The more activity, the more red the color and the bigger the ring.

Gallaudet University - gallaudet.edu

Library of Congress - loc.gov
address: 101 Independence Ave SE, DC 20540
tel.: +1 (202) 707-5000
Largest library in the world, with more than 162 million items.

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America's oldest federal cultural institution, and it serves as the research arm of Congress. It is also the largest library in the world, with more than 162 million items. The collections include books, sound recordings, motion pictures, photographs...

Gallup Organization - gallup.com
tel.: +1 (202) 715-3030
email: mediainquiry@gallup.com
One of the world's largest consulting firms specializing in marketing research, public opinion and consumer behavior.

White House - whitehousemuseum.org
Virtual museums and galleries around the world.

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Virtual Museum of the White House.
WhiteHouseMuseum.org is not affiliated with the White House Historical Association or WhiteHouse.gov.
Click Start the Tour

In principle, not bad, only to see a long time done, Because the design of yesterday, as well as the functional. It's good to refresh.
You can see what's inside the White House, a 3D image of the Oval Office.

The American University - american.edu

George Washington University - gwu.edu
GW

Global Forest Watch - globalforestwatch.org
address: 10 G St NE, DC 20002
tel.: +1 (202) 729-7633
email: gfw@wri.org
Google Maps.

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Forests in real time. It is possible to see how much when it is cut down and cut down and how much is planted again.

Newseum News - newseum.org/todaysfrontpages/
address: 555 Pennsylvania Ave NW, DC 20001
tel.: +1 (202) 292-6100
email: info@newseum.org
Front pages of leading world newspapers.

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Front pages of leading world newspapers.

Front pages of leading world newspapers.
Hundreds of newspapers from 56 countries.
The site is American and all non-US media are limited, for example Finnish is not represented at all.
Our media are extremely poorly represented.

Click on the selected newspaper and get a choice - .PDF, web formats.

You can search by list or thumbnails.
You can choose by map, region.

The Catholic University of America - catholic.edu

Voice of America English News - learningenglish.voanews.com
address: VOA Learning English, Room 3400, 330 Independence Ave. S.W., DC 20237
email: LearningEnglish@voanews.com
Radiouroki English.

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Special Voice of America radio project for English language learners.
The project was created as an experimental communication tool aimed at foreign listeners of the Voice of America - broadcasting in simplified English, more understandable for non-native speakers.
To date, the project is a set of tools for learning English, getting information about America, getting acquainted with various world news.

Science Magazine - science.sciencemag.org
address: AAAS, P.O. Box 96178, Washington DC, 20090-6178
tel.: +1 (866) 434-22-27
email: membership@aaas.org
The journal of natural sciences covers the latest developments in the natural and applied sciences.

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The magazine of the publishing house AAAS (The American Association for the Advancement of Science).
The journal of natural sciences covers the latest developments in the natural and applied sciences.

Washington College - washcoll.edu

University of Washington - washington.edu

Voice of America - golosameriki.com
tel.: +1 (202) 619-3919
email: golosameriki@voanews.com


An American international public broadcaster.

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An American international public broadcaster.

The channel presents an American view of events in the world.
News about events in the U.S. is the most interesting. They are usually more detailed and balanced.

Howard University - howard.edu

NASA - nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/
address: 300 E. Street SW, Suite 5R30, DC 20546
tel.: +1 (202) 358-0001
The site is NASA TV - streaming from the ISS, as well as a lot of interesting entertainment.

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NASA (NASA) - The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (English National Aeronautics and Space Administration) - an agency owned by the US federal government, reporting directly to the vice-president of the USA and financed on 100% from the state budget, responsible for the civil space program of the country.

The site has NASA TV - streaming with the ISS, as well as a lot of spectacular interesting.

Smithsonian’s National Zoo - nationalzoo.si.edu/Animals/Amazonia/
address: 3001 Connecticut Ave., NW, DC 20008
tel.: +1 (202) 633-48-88
email: info@nazarethvillage.com
Webcams - wildlife.

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On the page of the National Smithsonian Zoo (Smithsonian's National Zoological Park), you can find dozens of two different webcams installed in the habitats of living creatures.
In addition to the standard tigers and toucans in this case, one of the cameras is installed directly under the water in the Amazon, so you can look at a variety of exotic fish in real time.
Keep in mind that the time zone of another part of the world differs by an average of eight hours in the opposite direction.

GovTrack - govtrack.us
Use RSS to track government.

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Use RSS to track government.

GovLoop - govloop.com
address: 1152 15th St NW
tel.: +1 (202) 407-74-21
email: info@govloop.com
The knowledge network for the government is a social network uniting more than 300,000 leaders of the federal, state and local levels.

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The knowledge network for the government is a social network uniting more than 300,000 leaders of the federal, state and local levels.

Mission

To connect government to improve government.

This is done by

  1. In-depth editorial reporting and research about topics at the intersection of management and technology.
  2. News coverage of issues and events that are pertinent to the government community.
  3. Weekly online trainings and self-paced courses.
  4. Speaking engagements.
  5. Leadership programs, and more.GovLoop also works with top industry partners, such as ESRI, HP, Microsoft and IBM, to provide resources and tools, such as infographics, market trend reports and educational events for public-sector professionals.

NG - nationalgeographic.com/maps/
National Geographic maps online.

IDB - iadb.org
address: IDB Headquarters, 1300 New York Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20577,
tel.: +1 (202) 623-1000
Inter-American Development Bank.

IIC - iadb.org/iic/
address: IDB Headquarters, 1300 New York Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20577,
tel.: +1 (202) 623-1000
Inter-American Investment Corporation.

MIGA - miga.org
address: 1818 H Street, NW | Washington, DC 20433
tel.: +202 458-25-38
Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency.

NASCO - nasco.org
address: 444 North Capitol Street, NW, Suite 203, DC 20001
tel.: +1 (202) 347-3257
email: information@nasco.org
National Association of Security Companies.

INTOSAI - intosai.org
address: 441 G St NW 20001
email: intosaijournal@gao.gov
International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions.

NPR - npr.org
It's not just a radio program: Today NPR offers everything from instant news coverage to smart podcasts for your device.

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National Public Radio.
It's not just a radio program: Today NPR offers everything from instant news coverage to smart podcasts for your device.

MEETin - meetin.org
Social network.

The White House - whitehouse.gov

U.S. Coast Guard - uscg.mil

Voice of America TV - golos-ameriki.ru
tel.: +1 (202) 619-3919
email: golosameriki@voanews.com


The US public media, the purpose of which is to convey the US point of view to citizens of other countries.

US Public Radio and Television.
The original goal is to convey the truth about events in the US and the world.
The original goal is closed countries, primarily the socialist camp (USSR, Eastern Europe ...).

Today, these are another point of view on the situation in the world and

Washington Post - washingtonpost.com