- "The Department of State's Patterns of Global Terrorism Report: Trends, State Sponsors, and Related Issues" by Raphael Perl, Congressional Research Service, June 1, 2004
- Letter by Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA) accusing the State Department of manipulation in preparing its terrorism report [pdf]
- Joint letter from public interest groups on NCIC accuracy April, 2003
- Cato Institute report, Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Preserving Our Liberties While Fighting Terrorism, [pdf] by Timothy Lynch, June 26, 2002
- White House Press Release Listing Steps Taken Since September 11, April 11, 2002
- Executive Order Establishing the President's Homeland Security Advisory Council and Senior Advisory Committees, March 19, 2002
- Henry Cohen, Congressional Research Service, "Freedom of Speech and Press: Exceptions to the First Amendment," [pdf] updated November 5, 2001.
- GAO report on conference to consider postal mail security, including anonymity, [pdf] Dec. 20, 2001
- Indictment in United States v. Zacarias Moussaoui, [pdf]
- Lists of organizations identified by the U.S. Government has identified as involved in terrorist activities: List #1 and List #2
- Know Your Rights, document tailored to airport profiling of Sikhs, [pdf] by Sikh Coalition.
- Testimony to Senate Judiciary Committee on "Preserving Our Freedoms While Defending Against Terrorism," Nov. 28, 2001
- Letter from International Privacy Groups to European Union on Data Retention, Nov. 12, 2001
Counter-terrorism Measures before 9/11
- The "Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996," as passed by the Congress and signed by President Clinton on April 24, 1996.
- Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) proposed an amendment to the Anti-terrorism Act to prohibit the distribution of bomb making information on the Internet. Her amendment was modified and added to the bill on June 5, 1995. Ultimately, this amendment was not included in the final version signed by President Clinton in April 1996.
- On May 5, 1995, Senators Tom Daschle (D-SD), Joseph Biden (D-DE), Herb Kohl (D-WI), Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), and Christopher Dodd (D-CT) introduced S. 761, the Omnibus Counterterrorism Act of 1995.
- S. 735, the Comprehensive Terrorism Prevention Act of 1995, as introduced by Sen. Bob Dole (R-KS) and others on April 27, 1995.
- Clinton Administration Counter-Terrorism Initiative announced April 27, 1995.
- S. 390, the Senate Omnibus Counter-Terrorism Act of 1995, as introduced on February 10, 1995 by Sen. Joseph Biden (D-DE) and others.
- H.R. 896, the House Omnibus Counter-Terrorism Act of 1995, as introduced on February 10, 1995 by Rep. Charles Schumer (D-NY) and others.