CIA

Texas Standard: May 24, 2017

If John Cornyn says it’s dead on arrival, what’s the prospect for President Trump’s budget? That may not be the point, we’ll explore. Also, dramatic slashes in government programs so deep even republicans are balking along with democrats. Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee says it’s a betrayal of Trump’s own constituents. And the end of telecommuting? One of corporate america’s top proponents does a full 180, we’ll hear why.
Those stories and a whole lot more today on the Texas Standard:

V&B: JFK and Vietnam – What We Know & Why It Matters

KUT’s Rebecca McInroy hosts the eminent economist James K. Galbraith, and retired U.S. Army Intelligence Officer, historian, and author of JFK and Vietnam, Dr.¬†John¬†Newman. What was Oswald’s relationship with the CIA? What role did Eisenhower play in the assassination of John F. Kennedy? And what do we know and still need to know about this moment in our nation’s dark past?

Texas Standard: September 16, 2015

The Sandra Bland case drew national attention to suicide in Texas jails. Now, an attempt to curb self-inflicted deaths behind bars. Also, a Korean exodus from Los Angeles to the Lone star state, well tell you what’s behind it. Plus, Thousands of pages of top secret documents from the Vietnam era go public at the LBJ library. Plus the man who may know more about Texas than even you do. His mission, 95 parks in one year. His story, and much more today on the Texas Standard.

Green Room: Secret Arsenal of the CIA

The Midwest Depot: that’s ben the code name for the CIA’s secret arsenal, involved with some of the biggest covert operations in history, from the Bay of Pigs to Iran-Contra and the wars in Angola and Afghanistan. Now New York Times reporter Charlie Savage thinks he’s found the true location of this secret arms cache. Deep in the heart of you-know-where.