National Geographic Channel 9/11 Archive
Interviews, stories, video, photos about the tragedy. Includes interviews with Bush.
9/11 Memorial Database
Bios and profile information on all of the 9/11 victims from the WTC, Pentagon and United 93.
BBC: 9/11 Minute-by-Minute
Timeline of events that day.
USA Today: 9/11+Me
Log-in through Facebook for customized data visualization.
Original Online Coverage of 9/11
Archives of stories, pages, screengrabs and more.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: United 93
An in-depth look at what happened on the flight that crashed near Pittsburgh on 9/11.
Internet Archive: 9/11 Coverage from Around the World
From Al Tompkins of Poynter.
AP Stylebook for 9/11
A "situational stylebook" that focuses on style issues for a specific news story or topic.
Bin Laden - Al Qaeda Government Files
Offers 11,400 pages of U.S. government documents covering the activities Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda network.
9/11 Attack Resources
A deep resource of links and stories.
Washington Post: e-QAEDA
A three-part special report that features video reports of experts talking about jihadists' use of the Web. They describe how al Qaeda and allied groups are using the Internet to recruit more fighters, spread their message and train their followers to commit acts of terror.
NY Times: Portraits of Grief
Drawn portraits of 9/11 victims.
Homeland Security Page
Tom Ridge's page gives the Current Nationwide Threat Level.
Encyclopedia of Terrorism
From CNN: "The Council on Foreign Relations, in cooperation with the Markle Foundation, has launched an online encyclopedia of terrorism and the U.S. response to the September 11 attacks to give the public an easy-to-read, authoritative primer on what the experts know and don't know. The site includes a look at state sponsors of terrorism, terrorist groups, the proposed U.S. military tribunals and other aspects of terrorism."
Frontline: Faces of Islam
The terrorist attacks have revealed some deep divisions between followers of Islam. This Frontline site examines viewpoints of Muslims around the world after 9/11. Includes video, FAQ and more.
LLRX.com: 9-11-2001 Related News and Legal/Legislative Resources
This site is updated daily.
General Accounting Office: Diffuse Security Threats: Technologies for Mail Sanitization Exist, But Challenges Remain
.PDF file includes several graphics and a chart of U.S. Postal Service costs.
U.S. Department of State: Patterns of Global Terrorism, 2001
Full text available as .PDF and html documents.
U.S. Department of State: Additional Info and Past Editions
Full text available as .PDF and html documents.
GovExec.com: 9/11 Coverage
The online version of Government Executive magazine looks at the federal response to the 9/11 attacks.
Afghan Recovery Report
Afghan journalists, working with support from the Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) and Media Action International (MAI) offer a free service aimed at providing local and international media outlets with "objective and reliable news from local sources.
PBS Frontline: Inside the Terror Network
Interviews, video, transcripts and other research on the 9/11 plot and the terrorist networks.
Earthcam Live Images from Ground Zero, New York City
This Web cam is pointed at the site of the recovery effort.
This site allows journalists to find sources for their stories when religion intersects society on their beats. Journalists can log in and easily and quickly search a database for contact info, credentials and publications for about 5,000 religion scholars in more than 1,400 areas of expertise. The site is free and funded by a grant from The Pew Charitable Trusts.
FaithandValues.com: 9/11 Mini-Site
Features what faith groups are doing to mark the events of 9/11. It also includes extensive resources on what faith groups and congregations will do on the first anniversary and resources on what they did after 9/11.
History of Guantanamo Bay Cuba
Background on the U.S. Naval Station.
Covering the Daniel Pearl Kidnapping
From the South Asian Journalists Association.
Updated about once a day, the site gathers together national polls on politics, issues andcurrent events. The polls are provided to us by leading research organizations (Gallup, Harris, Princeton Survey Research, etc.), and by poll sponsors (CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, FOX, Time magazine, etc.). The home page provides links to surveys on topics in the headlines: the war on terrorism (with data stretching back to the evening of Sept. 11), Enron, cloning, the Olympics, etc. The site also has a table of contents and a site search engine.
Strange Victory: A critical appraisal of Operation Enduring Freedom and the Afghanistan War
This study, by Carl Conetta, PDA Research Monograph #6, 30 Jan. 2002, challenges prevailing views of Operation Enduring Freedom as an unqualified success. It assesses how the war impacted on the terrorist organization Al Qaeda, on Afghanistan and its people, and on regional stability.
Operation Enduring Freedom: Why a higher rate of civilian bombing casualties?
This study, by Carl Conetta, Briefing Report #11, 18 Jan. 2002, summarizes the available data on civilian bombing casualties during the Afghanistan war. It finds that the air campaign directly claimed 1,000-1,300 civilians lives and asks, Why was the rate higher than in the 1999 Balkans war? It answers by examining mission objectives, the nature of the enemy, bombing methods, and technical features of the US weapons mix.
The Project on Defense Alternatives
A program of the Commonwealth Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
America's New War
Track the Terrorism conflict for a "good news, bad news" perspective.
Homeland Security Monitor
A comprehensive Web-based tool providing critical information and insightful analysis on homeland security issues for state and local governments, law enforcement, emergency management and corporate executives at all levels. This is the link to the public site.
Homeland Security Digital Library
Search engine allows you to scan more than 30 homeland security blogs.