Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States
of Homeland Security - site includes information on terror
threats and protection.
Cross: Preparedness Recommendations - guide to preparedness
activities for the five levels of the Homeland Security Advisory System.
Response to Terrorist Attacks - news releases, initiative
details, and more from Attorney General Ashcroft and the Justice
War on Terrorism - site includes a list of 'most
wanted' suspected terrorists. Also: a form to report
suspected terrorist activity.
House: National Security - includes text and audio of
speeches and statements by the President and cabinet officials.
Indictments and Complaints - full text of indictments and
criminal complaints, with links to corresponding law(s) allegedly broken
by defendants. From FindLaw.
Law and Policy - includes news, policy papers,
anti-terrorism laws, academic commentary, and more. From JURIST, at the
University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
International: 11 September Crisis - looks at human rights
issues raised in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks.
Rights Abuses of Post-September 11 Detainees - report from
Human Rights Watch, September 2002.
in Our Name - working for alternative post-9/11 policies;
"no war without limits; no detentions & round-ups; no police
Questions - independent group that asks and explores
unanswered questions regarding the U.S. and international response to and
the events preceding 9/11.
Still Unprepared - America Still in Danger - report of an
independent task force, sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations.
Released October 24, 2002.
of Global Terrorism 2001 - U.S. State Department report
issued on May 21, 2002 covering worldwide terrorism, including regional
overviews and a chronology
of significant incidents in 2001.
TIPS - DOJ initiative to enlist workers in selected
industries to report suspicious, and potentially terrorist-related
to Terrorism - includes the text of policy and speeches by
U.S. officials, photos, and a chronology
of terrorist incidents since 1961. From the U.S. State Department.
Downing Street: War on Terrorism - provides reports and
evidence, campaign objectives, official statements, and humanitarian aid
Emergency Management Agency - includes NYC
recovery news, and information on Sept. 11 victims' benefits
State Department Counterterrorism Office - site includes statements
from the coalition against terrorism.