BeSpacific reports that wikileaks - which I'm ashamed to say I'd never even heard of - has posted a billion dollars worth of quasi-secret reports (ie. CRS reports). At first I bristled with indignation, thinking they'd filched all this stuff from Giovanni, but this appears to be a more extensive operation, representing the total output of the Congressional Research Service (CRS) electronically available to Congressional offices. Enjoy!
Here are alphabetical and chronological lists, and they've also been merged into the OpenCRS service, which we posted about here in 2005.