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This website has not been updated since 2005. Some sections such as "Pet Poisons & Other Hazards" still contain valuable information, but many links and time-sensitive material on other parts of the site are WAY out of date. Watch for an entirely redesigned and updated PullmanUSA website in early 2010.

Multi-Government Agencies & Resources

n Air Watch Northwest A portal to northwest air quality agencies in Washington and Oregon, which provide air quality data for the areas they serve (not available for Whitman County).

Government-Related Agencies

n Vehicle Licensing PullmanLicensing.com allows you to renew your vehicle license, and report the sale of your vehicle online. | Online forms, FAQs, and list of required documentation

City Government - Moscow

n City of Moscow 883-7000, TDD 883-7019, 206 East Third Street, Moscow ID 83843 | Notice of public hearings, council meetings | Administration, arts & culture, community development, finance, human resources & job openings, parks & recreation, Police Department, public works, contact information

 

City Government - Pullman

n Aquatic Center 338-3290, 500 NW Larry Street, Pullman WA 99163

n City of Pullman Business 338-3208, Information 334-4555, City Clerk 338-3209, Fax 334-2751, 325 SE Paradise Street, Pullman WA 99163, admin@ci.pullman.wa.us | Summer concert series, pullman chamber of commerce, photos of Pullman, rental housing protections, city history, events, city map, 2003 city council goals | Airport, boards & commissions, city code, city council, administration, finance, fire department, human resources & job openings, parks & recreation, planning department, police department, public works, public transit, contact information

n Pullman City Cemetery 338-3209, Fairmont Road, Pullman WA 99163

n Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport (PUW) Airport Manager 338-3223, 3200 Airport Complex North, Airport Road, Pullman WA 99163

 

City Government - Other Cities

n Chicago, Illinois - Official Website

n Houston, Texas - Official Website

n Las Vegas, Nevada - Official Website

n Los Angeles, California - Official Website

n New York City, New York - Official Website | New York City Police Department

n Phoenix, Arizona - Official Website

n San Francisco, California - Official Website

n Seattle, Washington - Official Website

n Spokane, Washington - Official Website

n Washington DC - Official Website

 

County Government - Latah

n Latah County Departments, committees & resources, employment, history, public notices, Latah Trail Project, county fair, elections, property taxes

n Latah County Sheriff's Office

 

County Government - Whitman

n Port of Whitman County Comprehensive plan, economic development office, industrial development, Boyer Park recreation | Port of Almota, Port of Central Ferry, Port of Wilma, Colfax Industrial Park, Pullman Industrial Park

n Whitman County Departments, county map, recreation sites,

n Whitman County Sheriff's Office General contact info, services

n Whitman County Superior Court, contact information

State Government - Idaho

n Idaho District Courts Departments, committees & resources, employment | Links to local court assistance office and state court assistance office

n Idaho State Tax Commission Unclaimed Property The information in this database is provided as a method for citizens to locate unclaimed property for themselves, their family members, and friends. It is not provided for commercial purposes. The state of Idaho DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE to help you find or claim your unclaimed property.

 

State Government - Washington

n Access Washington Online access to Washington State Government departments, agencies, information, news, statistics and laws

n Washington State Department of Licensing For vehicle license renewal and report of sale

n Washington State Department of Revenue Unclaimed Property The Unclaimed Property Database is a consumer protection program provided by the Washington State Department of Revenue. This FREE public service is for use by citizens and members of the general public. Law restricts commercial use of this information

n Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Interactive State Highway Maps | SR-270 Expansion Project | DOT Eastern Region Projects

n Washington State Driver's Guide - HTML or PDF Versions | These are the digital versions of the printed guide that is used to study for the driver's test

n Washington State Liquor Control Board Sunday Pilot Program Article & Store List

n Washington State University

n Work Source Washington Searchable database of jobs in Washington State

n State & Territorial Government Resources & Links

 

States, Territories & Possessions Websites

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n CaliforniaMMMMn ColoradoMMMMn ConnecticutMMMMn DelawareMMMMn District of Columbia

n FloridaMMMMn GeorgiaMMMMn GuamMMMMn HawaiiMMMMn Idaho

n IllinoisMMMMn IndianaMMMMn IowaMMMMn KansasMMMMn Kentucky

n LouisianaMMMMn MaineMMMMn MarylandMMMMn MassachusettsMMMMn Michigan

n MicronesiaMMMMn Midway IslandsMMMMn MinnesotaMMMMn MississippiMMMMn Missouri

n MontanaMMMMn NebraskaMMMMn NevadaMMMMn New HampshireMMMMn New Jersey

n New MexicoMMMMn New YorkMMMMn North CarolinaMMMMn North DakotaMMMMn Ohio

n OaklahomaMMMMn OregonMMMMn PennsylvaniaMMMMn Puerto Rico (English)MMMMn Rhode Island

n South CarolinaMMMMn South DakotaMMMMn TennesseeMMMMn TexasMMMMn U.S. Virgin Islands

n UtahMMMMn VermontMMMMn VirginiaMMMMn WashingtonMMMMn West Virginia

n WisconsinMMMMn Wyoming

Federal Government

n National Debt Clock A private site | News and links related to the U.S. National Debt

n FirstGov.gov The U.S. Government's official web portal | A-Z index of ALL departments and agencies | Provides links to ALL government agencies, boards, commissions, and departments as well as the legislative, judicial, and executive branches of government | The most often requested links are provided below:

The 3 Equal Branches of the Federal Government:

n Legislative Branch [Congress]: (a) U.S. House of Representatives Find your representative, committee offices, leadership offices, organizations, commissions & task forces, employment, House directory, House operations, House schedule, media galleries, tours | (b) U.S. Senate Senators, committees, legislation & records, art & history, reference, Senate floor schedule, committee schedules, news, tour information

n Judicial Branch: [Supreme Court]: U.S. Supreme Court About, docket, oral arguments, court rules, case handling guides, opinions, pubilc info

n Executive Branch [Office of the President]: The White House News, appointments, offices, speeches, radio addresses, press briefings, executive orders

 

Acts, Administrations, Agencies, Boards, Bureaus, Commissions, Departments & Services of the Legislative Branch:

n American Battle Monuments Commission Established by the U.S. Congress | WWI, WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War | Cemeteries, memorials, war dead, services available | National WWII Memorial

n National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States [9-1-1 Commission] Site Frozen on 9/20/2004 and Now Administered by the National Archives & Records Administration | The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (aka 9-11 Commission), an independent, bipartisan commission created by congressional legislation and the signature of President George W. Bush in late 2002, is chartered to prepare a full and complete account of the circumstances surrounding the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, including preparedness for and the immediate response to the attacks. The Commission is also mandated to provide recommendations designed to guard against future attacks | Overview of the Commission (NationMaster.com, scroll down the page past "Ads by Google" and blank space)

 

Judicial Branch - U.S. Courts

n U.S. Federal Court Structure
Understanding the Federal Courts | Jurisdictions of the Federal Courts | Maps & detailed information
Federal Judicial Center | Ben's Guide to the U.S. Government for kids | Federal Court Locator Federal court opinions & rules, US Supreme Court, courts of appeal, district courts
 
n U.S. Supreme Court
n Appellate Courts
U.S. Court of Appeals
US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
District of Columbia Circuit
First Circuit [Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Puerto Rico]
Second Circuit [Connecticut, New York, Vermont]
Third Circuit [Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virgin Islands]
Fourth Circuit [Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia
Fifth Circuit [Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas]
Sixth Circuit [Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee]
Seventh Circuit [ Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin]
Eighth Circuit [ Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota]
Ninth Circuit [ Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands]
Tenth Circuit [Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, Wyoming
Eleventh Circuit [ Alabama, Florida, Georgia]
n Trial Courts
U.S. District Courts
94 Judicial Districts - Maps & detailed information
U.S. Bankruptcy Court
U.S. Court of International Trade & Customs
U.S. Court of Federal Claims
 
Federal Courts Outside the Judicial Branch: US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, US Court of Appeals for Veterans, U.S. Tax Court, Administrative Agencies and Boards

n U.S. Bankruptcy Court - Eastern Washington District Contact info, case filings, forms, holiday schedule, hearing calendars, job listings, judicial opinions, mediation program

n U.S. District Court - District of Idaho District court, bankruptcy court | Attorney resources, case files, calendars, community outreach, forms, juror info, publications, rules, contact info

n U.S. District Court - Eastern District of Washington Calendars, rules, access electronic records, attorneys

View State Judiciary on Crime, Law Enforcement & Judiciary Page Will open in new window

 

Acts, Administrations, Agencies, Boards, Bureaus, Commissions, Departments & Services of the Executive Branch:

n Agricultural Research Service Department of Agriculture | News & information, research programs, offices & programs, other research

n Amtrak [National Railroad Passenger Corporation] Department of Transportation

n Aviation Consumer Protection Department of Transportation | Air travel problems & complaints, rules & guidelines, travel tips & publications, airline customer service plans

n Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Department of Labor

n Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Department of the Interior | Statistics, reports, maps of federal land

n Bureau of the Public Debt Treasury Department | Government sponsored investment tools (savings bonds, treasury bills, notes & bonds), government securities market regulations, the National Debt

n Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) Department of Health and Human Services | Founded in 1946, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is one of the 13 major operating components of the Department of Health and Human Services. The CDC is at the forefront of public health efforts to prevent and control infectious and chronic diseases, injuries, workplace hazards, disabilities, and environmental health threats

n Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agencies, services, programs, offices, news, webcasts, resources

n Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) The Department of Health & Human Services is the principal agency in the United States government for protecting the health and safety of all Americans and for providing essential human services, especially for those people who are least able to help themselves

n Department of Housing & Urban Develpment (HUD) Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity | Text of the Fair Housing Act

n Department of Justice Civil Rights Division | Housing & Civil Enforcement Section | Fair Housing Act | DOJ Organizational Chart

n Department of Labor (DOL)

n Department of State The primary federal agency in charge of foreign affairs | Foreign Embassy Web Sites | U.S. Embassy & Consulate Web Sites

n Department of Transportation (DOT) | See also U.S. Coast Guard a multi-agency unit.

n E-Gov US Office of Management and Budget | The President's Expanding Electronic Government initiative

n Eldercare Locator US Administration on Aging | Since 1991, the Eldercare Locator has helped older adults and their caregivers find local services for seniors

n Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Federal job discrimination laws, how to file a charge, small business info, publications, news | Fact sheet and full text of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

n General Accounting Office (GAO) GAO reports, FraudNET, careers at GAO, news

n Government Printing Office (GPO) National Archives & Records Administration | Online bookstore, view congressional bills, view congressional record, US code, code of federal regulations, view federal register, view presidential materials, catalog of government publications, GPO style manual, GPO services, business & contracting opportunities, employment opportunities (see also GPO Access, Library of Congress, National Archives & Records Administration)

n GPO Access US Government Printing Office | Access to ALL documents and legislation produced by the 3 branches of government (see also Government Printing Office, Library of Congress, National Archives & Records Administration)

n Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Department of the Treasury | News, changes in tax laws, statistics, careers, forms, etc

n Library of Congress Research, exhibitions (online galleries), US Copyright Office, National Digital Preservation Program, tour info, news, events, cybercasts, employment & fellowship opportunities (see also Government Printing Office, GPO Access, National Archives & Records Administration)

n National Archives & Records Administration (NARA) An independent federal agency that preserves the nation's history and oversees the management of all federal and military records and Presidential libraries | Find federal regulations and puplic laws | Read: Charters of Freedom, Declaration of Independence, Constitution of the United States, Bill of Rights (see also Government Printing Office, GPO Access, Library of Congress)

n National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA) About NASA, news & events, multimedia, missions | NASA News

n National Do NOT Call List Federal Trade Commission | Register to stop most unsolicited telemarketing calls for 5 years | Register up to 3 phone numbers, home or cell | Requires permanent email address during registration | After registration you will receive an email message that you must reply to within 72 hours in order to complete the registration process | If at any time in the future you want to verify that you are still registered, you will need to know the email address used to register, and the results of your inquiry will be forwarded to that email address

n National Gallery of Art

n National Highway & Traffic Safety Administration

n National Institutes of Health (NIH) US Department of Health & Human Services | The Nation's medical research organization

n National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) News, events, public hearings, press releases | Aviation, highway, marine, pipeline & hazardous materials, railroad, transportation disaster assistance

n Nuclear Emergency Support Team (N.E.S.T.) US Department of Energy | The Nuclear Emergency Support Team (NEST) is the National Nuclear Security Administration's program for preparing and equipping specialized response teams to deal with the technical aspects of nuclear or radiological terrorism. NEST capabilities include search and identification of nuclear materials, diagnostics and assessment of suspected nuclear devices, technical operations in support of render safe procedures, and packaging for transport to final disposition

n Patent and Trademark Office US Department of Commerce

n The President's Cabinet Cabinet rank members include: The Vice President, The Chief of Staff, the United States Trade Representative, the Director of the Office of Management & Budget, the Director of the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy. Departments Include: Department of Agriculture, Department of Commerce, Department of Defense, Department of Education, Department of Energy, Department of Health & Human Services, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Housing & Urban Development, Department of the Interior, Department of Justice, Department of Labor, Department of State, Department of Transportation, Department of the Treasury, Department of Veterans Affairs

n Social Security Online Social Security Administration | Subscribe to electronic newsletters, contact info, find retirement age

n Thomas Legislative Information Library of Congress | Legislation, Congressional Record, Senate & House Committee Info

n U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Mission, powers, news, affirmative action, reports, briefings & papers, publications, regional offices | File a complaint

n U.S. Mint Department of the Treasury | About The Mint, buy online, employment

n U.S. Mission to the United Nations

n U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Find ZIP codes, PO locations, track & confirm, calculate postage, change address, buy stamps & shop, send mail & package options, receive mail & package options, online bill paying, sending money orders

n Veteran's Affairs Department (VA)

 

Law Enforcement, Intelligence, Protection & Security Agencies, Bureaus & Departments of the Executive Branch:

n A-Z Index of U.S. Government Departments & Agencies

n Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives (ATF) US Department of Justice | Breaking news, about ATF, field divisions, forms, image archive, employment, most wanted, publications, regulations, statistics

n Bureau of Diplomatic Security US Department of State | The agency is responsible for providing a safe and secure environment for the conduct of U.S. foreign policy. The Diplomatic Security Service protects US diplomats working in foreign countries, and US diplomats and officials visiting foreign governments. In the United States, Diplomatic Security investigates passport and visa fraud, conducts personnel security investigations, and protects the Secretary of State and high-ranking foreign dignitaries and officials visiting the United States

n Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) About the CIA, mission & values, virtual tour, CIA museum, FAQs, careers, news, library & reference

n Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) US Department of Defense | Provides timely, objective, and cogent military intelligence to warfighters, defense planners, and defense and national security policymakers

n Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Current threat level | Biological threat, chemical threat, explosions, nuclear blast, radiation threat | Preparing for, and surviving a terrorist attack | Announcements, details of various programs | Sub-agencies: US Coast Guard (shared with Dept of Transportation & Dept of Defense), US Secret Service, Bureau of Citizenship & Immigration Services, Office of State & Local Goverment Coordination, Office of Private Sector Liaison, Office of the Inspector General, Border & Transportation Security Directorate, Emergency Preparedness & Response Directorate, Science & Technology Directorate | Learn more at ready.gov | Download DHS organizational chart (MS PowerPoint document) | See also U.S. Coast Guard a multi-agency unit

n Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) US Department of Justice | Enforces the controlled substances laws and regulations of the United States and bringsto the criminal and civil justice system of the United States, or any other competent jurisdiction, those organizations and principal members of organizations, involved in the growing, manufacture, or distribution of controlled substances appearing in or destined for illicit traffic in the United States; and recommends and supports non-enforcement programs aimed at reducing the availability of illicit controlled substances on the domestic and international markets | DEA Gift Shop

n Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) US Department of Justice | Terrorism, most wanted, employment, interagency programs, library & reference, submit a tip

n National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) US Department of Defense | The NRO builds and operates the Nation's reconnaissance satellites. The NRO is staffed by DoD and CIA personnel. It is funded through the National Reconnaissance Program, part of the National Foreign Intelligence Program.

n National Security Agency (NSA) / Central Security Service (CSS) The National Security Agency / Central Security Service (NSA / CSS) by its very nature is a key member of the Intelligence Community and requires a high degree of confidentiality. The Agency collects, processes, and disseminates intelligence information from foreign electronic signals for national foreign intelligence and counterintelligence purposes and to support military operations. NSA/CSS is also tasked with preventing foreign adversaries from gaining access to classified national security information | The Central Security Service (CSS) was established by Presidential Directive in 1972 to promote full partnership between the NSA and the cryptologic elements of the Armed Forces. Combining NSA and CSS, provided a more unified Department of Defense (DoD) cryptologic effort. The CSS comprises all U.S. military services ­ Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard. To further ensure joint operations, the Director of NSA is also the Chief of the CSS

n National Security Council (NSC) Office of the President | The National Security Act of July 26, 1947, created the National Security Council under the chairmanship of the President, with the Secretaries of State and Defense as its key members, to coordinate foreign policy and defense policy, and to reconcile diplomatic and military commitments and requirements. This major legislation also provided for a Secretary of Defense, a National Military Establishment, Central Intelligence Agency, and National Security Resources Board

n Transportation Security Administration (TSA) US Department of Homeland Security | Airline security procedures, permitted & prohibited items, travel preparation, special considerations, passenger resources

n U.S. Customs & Border Protection [Formerly: The U.S. Border Patrol] Prevent illegal aliens and terrorists from entering the US over land, by sea, or air

n The U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) National Security Council | A confederation of fifteen government agencies providing intelligence to the National Security Council, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI), and the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI), and including as members:

n U.S. Marshals Service Department of Justice | Employment, top 15 most wanted, major fugitive cases, sales of seized/forfeited assets, business opportunities, history, district offices, news releases, publications

n U.S. National Central Bureau of Interpol (USNCB) Department of Justice | The U.S. National Central Bureau was authorized by statute (22 U.S.C. 263a) and operates within the guidelines prescribed by the Department of Justice, in conjunction with the Department of Homeland Security. The mission of the US National Central Bureau is to facilitate international law enforcement ooperation as the United States representative with the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL), on behalf of the Attorney General

n U.S. Secret Service The agency charged with protecting the President and Vice President of the United States and their families, and investigating and intervening in the counterfeiting of American currency

 

Military Branches & Departments of the Executive Branch:

n U.S. Military Database / Chain of Command Federation of American Scientists | FAS is proud to present a unique new database: the most comprehensive guide to the active armed forces of the United States of America. We call it our Command Database because it describes every unit in all four armed services* by location in their permanent chain of command.

n Department of Defense (DoD) [The Pentagon] Related DoD Websites | Military Homefront Troop & Family Support | Previously The War Department

n Department of the Air Force Department of Defense | News, photos, library, careers, history

n Department of the Army Department of Defense | News services, publications, recruiting, ROTC, veterans affairs, National Guard, Army Reserve, 1-800-Go-Guard.com, DefenseLink, ArmyLink

n Department of the Navy Department of Defense | Organization, ships, Operation Enduring Freedom, FOIA, list of officers, news, careers

n U.S. Marine Corp division of the Department of the Navy / Department of Defense | News, expeditionary units, history & museums, Marine Band, equipment fact file, general officer bios, doctrine, FOIA, family support

n U.S. Coast Guard Multi-agency unit under: Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Transportation News, services, jobs, history, fact file, overview, aircraft & cutter units, photos, downloads

 

Military Law Enforcement Agencies:

n Coast Guard Office of Law Enforcement US Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security

n U.S. Coast Guard Authority

n Criminal Investigation Command (CID) US Army, Department of Defense

n Defense Criminal Investigative Service (DCIS) Department of Defense

n Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) US Navy, Department of Defense

n Office of Special Investigations (OSI) US Air Force, Department of Defense

 

Military History

n Colonel Charles H. Reed's Personal Account of the Rescue of the Lippizanner Horses by the 2nd US Cavlary

n 2nd US Cavalry Civil War Reference & History

n 2nd US Cavalry Reenactor Home Page

n 2nd Cavalry Association

 

International Law

n The Geneva Conventions Provided by The Society of Professional Journalists | Literally, the rules of international war | Full text of Conventions 1-4, Protocols 1 and 2, and other treaties including treaties covering human rights, genocide, racial discrimination, civil and political rights, economic, social and cultural rights, rights of children

 

U.S. Law

n Posse Comitatus Act of 1878

 

Politics & Elections

Elections

n U.S. Electoral Votes Map

n Washington State Elections & Voting Links to the Washington State Elections & Voting web site, online voter's guide, voter information guide, Whitman County election information, 2004 initiatives & referendums, candidate filing list, voter registration application, elections calendar, new primary system flyer (pdf file), new primary system FAQ's , new primary system sample ballots

n Latah County Election Information

n Whitman County Election Information

n Whitman County Polling Locations

n State-by-State Electoral Votes Map

International Politics, Power & Influence

n The Bilderberg Group Deriving its name from the Dutch hotel where it first met in 1954, the Bilderberg group is an actual, legitimate entity whose members consist of approximately 100 influential European and American figures in politics, business and academia who meet behind closed doors annually to discuss and advocate political, diplomatic and economic policies. This group does not have a public website

n The Council on Foreign Relations Founded in 1921, the Council on Foreign Relations is an independent, national membership organization and a nonpartisan center for scholars dedicated to producing and disseminating ideas so that individual and corporate members, as well as policymakers, journalists, students, and interested citizens in the United States and other countries, can better understand the world and the foreign policy choices facing the United States and other governments

n The Federation of American Scientists [F.A.S.] The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) was formed in 1945 by atomic scientists from the Manhattan Project. Endorsed by nearly 60 Nobel Laureates in biology, chemistry, economics, medicine and physics as sponsors, the Federation has addressed a broad spectrum of national security issues of the nuclear age in carrying out its mission to promote humanitarian uses of science and technology

Today, the Federation continues its 60-year exemplary record of achieving meaningful results in strategic security, with research and education projects in nuclear arms control and global security; conventional arms transfers; proliferation of weapons of mass destruction; information technology for human health; and government information policy. We've expanded our policy activities to address our country's critical challenges in housing, energy and education. Our Housing Technology Project combines the talents of engineers, energy-efficiency specialists and other experts in the field of housing to develop new materials and design methods that can led to safe, highly energy efficient, affordable homes in the U.S. and abroad. The FAS Information Technologies Project works on strategies to intensify and focus research and development to harness the potential of emerging information technologies to improve how we teach and learn | Intelligence Resource Program

n The Trilateral Commission The Trilateral Commission was formed in 1973 by private citizens of Japan, Europe (European Union countries), and North America (United States and Canada) to foster closer cooperation among these core democratic industrialized areas of the world with shared leadership responsibilities in the wider international system

n The United Nations

 

Trivia

n Flags of the World Flags of all 191 UN member countries, plus other non-UN countries and entities | Possessions, territories, and crown dependencies of the US and other countries

n State Trivia NOT FULLY IMPLEMENTED YET Don't know which states are actually "commonwealths", which states are the "48 Contiguous states", or what the "Continental US" consists of? Also included are lists of the various regions of the US, the original thirteen states, and the Confederate states

 

Other Governments

n Mossad Isreal Secret Intelligence Service | Believe it or not this is the The Mossad's actual web site

 

 

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