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The official site of the U.S. Supreme Court gives information about the Court, Docket, Calendar, Rules, Case Handling Guides, Opinions, Orders, Bar Admissions, Visiting the Court, Public Information, and includes links to related web sites.
FindLaw's searchable database of the Supreme Court decisions since 1893 (U.S. Supreme Court Decisions: U.S. Reports 150-, 1893-). Browsable by year and U.S. Reports volume number, and searchable by citation, case title and full text.
A multimedia database from Northwestern University, covers constitutional law only and provides arguments to selected cases in RealAudio format. This site also gives a virtual tour of the Supreme Court building.