Articles specifically about Communication research and scholarship. Fewer articles, but more that are likely to be relevant for Communication studies.
The Congressional Research Service issues reports, mostly confidential or secret, at the request of members of Congress. Some of these are made public and available directly the Department of State. Others are made available by the Federation of American Scientists (FAS), by the University of North Texas (UNT). In addition, Pennyhill Press indexes and sells CRS Reports.
Weekly reports on current affairs topics. Good source for summaries of controversial issues and directions for further research.
Articles in many topics/fields: a good source for Communication studies. Includes many scholarly journals among the millions of articles.
Articles in many topics/fields, including Communication studies.
Articles and reports on schools and the school environment, teaching / learning and related issues.
Articles on research in education. Includes research on child development, management of schools, etc.
Newspapers, wire services, and legal articles and documents (e.g. court cases). Good for politics and current events and journalism sources.
Public Affairs Information Service: articles about politics, including government documents. Good source for public policy issues and controversies.
Psychology articles including clinical studies and research. Good source for quantitative research studies.
Articles from scholarly journals published by Sage: emphasis on social issues and questions ranging from business to anthropology and sociology. Includes Communication journals.
Physical Sciences and Engineering, Life Sciences, Health Sciences, Social Sciences and Humanities: full text of articles from scholarly journals and indexing to books and reference works.
Articles in Sociology and related fields including Communication. Primarily scholarly.