Google Scholar uses Google's powerful search to find scholarly literature. This link to Google Scholar authenticates you as a Brandeis user and provides the Get It @ Brandeis link next to most of your search results. This allows you to more easily find the full text of the articles.
PACER is the online database for US Courts documents. Users must sign up for an account to do searches, and it costs .15 a page view. Users start accuring charges once the page view total cost reaches $15.00. This resets quarterly. See alternatives below.
RECAP is a browser extension (https://www.recapthelaw.org/) that identifies other, free places where PACER documents are avaiable. Additionally, RECAP allows PACER users who do pay for documents to save those documents in an archive so future users do not have to work through PACER. This link is for their archive.
FAS was founded in 1945 by many of the Manhattan Project scientists who wanted to prevent nuclear war. CRS collection deals with certain topics on arms race, foreign and domestic policy, and homeland security. Updated monthly.