Indictment of Alaska Senator Ted Stevens The seven-count indictment released by the Department of Justice outlines the charges against the Republican senator. The press conference transcript was also released.
New Information About the Electrocution of Staff Sergeant Ryan Maseth From the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, new information in the ongoing investigation of electrocutions and electrical fires in Iraq. Additional testimony is available on the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform website.
The Third Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development provides data on the numbers of homeless people. Based on data compiled for a single night in January 2007, there were 671,888 sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons nationwide. Nearly two thirds of this homeless population (63 percent or 423,400 persons) were individuals and more than one third (37 percent or 248,500 persons) were persons in families.
Bombers, Bank Accounts, & Bleedout: Al-Qa'ida's Road in and out of Iraq From the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point, this report analyzes al Qaeda's operations in Iraq and its prospects for the future.
Ensuring Security in an Unpredictable World: The Urgent Need for National Security Reform For this congressionally mandated study, the Project on National Security Reform engaged more than 300 national security experts from the public and private sectors to analyze the national security system. This preliminary report highlights serious problems that remain, despite reforms taken after Sept. 11, 2001.
Report from Small Business Administration IG on Blackwater Contracts In response to a request from Henry Waxman, chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, the inspector general of the Small Business Administration released a report concluding that Blackwater may have "misrepresented" its small-business status in order to win 39 government contracts worth more than $100 million.