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These are some of the most heavily used databases covering science and technical literature.
Greenwire Provides daily coverage of environmental and energy news with a focus on politics and policy. 2000 - present.
LexisNexis Academic Provides full text of many news, business and legal sources, including the New York times. Also leads to Congressional and Statistical databases.
News Research Guide Leads to more sources, including historical newspapers
CRCNETBASE A source for sci/tech handbooks