The following government reports were selected by GovSpot.com editors as meaningful or noteworthy:
A September 2007 Congressional Research Report deals with President Bush’s strategy to help stabilize the Iraqi government by sending in more U.S. troops. Results were mixed, with some limited progress being made; an Administration report claimed that the Iraqi government had begun to stabilize, while a report from the Government Accountability Office was more pessimistic.
The Congressional Research Service issued this report, Undisclosed U.S. Detention Sites Overseas: Background and Legal Issues, to clarify a report by President Bush that 14 "high-value" detainees had been transferred from locations abroad to the U.S. detention facility at Guantanamo Bay. His announcement confirmed the existence of secret U.S. prison facilities abroad.
Learn more about the Central Intelligence Agency's actions during the Bay of Pigs and other events with this collection at the Electronic Reading Room. All declassified, these reports represent some of the public's most requested CIA documents. Read about UFO investigations, reports on the former Soviet Union and the Julius and Ethel Rosenberg spy case.
The Congressional Research Service issued this report, Intelligence Issues for Congress (2001) (PDF), which summarizes the current concerns about the intelligence community. In the wake of the Cold War, intelligence agencies have been restructured to increase cooperation. Today the intelligence community focuses its efforts on terrorism, drug trafficking, international conflicts and the nuclear capabilities of foreign countries.