Web Sites on Terrorism


America's War Against Terrorism
(University of Michigan's Document Center) A comprehensive site with links to national, international, governmental, non-governmental sites.

Terrorism and Attacks on the United States
(Vanderbilt University) Arranged by topic & source, with links to news and full text reports, articles and government documents.

Meta-site for government information at all levels. Use search engine or topics to find sources on terrorism, defense, disasters, security.


U.S. Government Web Sites with Information on Terrorism


Executive Branch

White House

Centers for Disease Control – Office of Biological Terrorism

Central Intelligence Agency

Dept. of Commerce - Bureau of Industry & Security

Dept. of Defense

Dept. of Homeland Security

Dept. of Justice

Dept. of State

Dept. of Transportation

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Federal Emergency Management Agency

ICE - Immigration & Customs Enforcement

National Geospatial Intelligence Agency

National Security Agency

National Security Council

U.S. Postal Service


Special Commissions

9-11 Commission (2002-2004). National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States. Report, Hearings, Archive.

Gilmore Commission (1999-2003) - Advisory Panel to Assess Domestic Response Capabilities for Terrorism Involving Weapons of Mass Destruction. Panel Reports.

Bremer Commission (2000) - National Commission on Terrorism. Countering the Changing Threat of International Terrorism: Report of the National Commission on Terrorism.

Hart–Rudman Task Force on Homeland Security (1998-2001) U.S. Commission on National Security/21st Century. Phase I, II, and III Reports.

Gore Commission (1997). White House Commission on Aviation Safety and Security. Final Report.


Legislative Branch

Track legislation via THOMAS.GOV
House Armed Services Committee
House Committee on Foreign Affairs
House Permanent Select Committee On Intelligence
House Committee on the Judiciary
Senate Committee on Armed Services
Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

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