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A Former Director On What It Means For The CIA

Rachel Martin talks to Michael Hayden, a former CIA director and ex-National Security Agency director, about Trump’s pick for CIA director, Gina Haspel, and about outgoing director Mike Pompeo.

Call Her Jane Dough: New Hampshire Lottery Winner Can Stay Anonymous, Court Says

A judge in Hillsborough County has ruled that a woman who won a $560 million Powerball jackpot can collect her cash without revealing her name. Only her hometown will be revealed.

Trump CIA Nominee, Gina Haspel, Faces Tough Road To Senate Confirmation

The current deputy director of the CIA is well respected by intelligence pros but she is tied inextricably with dark chapters involving torture.

Charles Manson Grandson Wins Legal Battle Over Cult Leader’s Body

At least three people claimed that they had a legal right to dispose of Manson’s body. His remains have been stored in California’s Kern County since his death in November.

Tillerson Shakeup Affects CIA Leadership

John McLaughlin, a former acting director of the CIA, talks about the Rex Tillerson shakeup and about the president’s choice to replace Mike Pompeo at the CIA: deputy director Gina Haspel.

A Major Shakeup In The Trump Administration: How Did It Come About?

In a tweet, the president announced that he is replacing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. He wants CIA Director Mike Pompeo in that job, with current No. 2 at the CIA, Gina Haspel, as CIA director.

Who Is Trump’s Pick: A Little About Mike Pompeo

The news this morning is that CIA Director Mike Pompeo is replacing Rex Tillerson as secretary of state. NPR national security correspondent Greg Myre talks about those changes.

More On Rex Tillerson’s Departure

NPR’s Michele Kelemen, who covers the State Department, talks to Rachel Martin about events leading up to the announcement.

After A Deadly Shooting, School Moves On But The Trauma Remains

Three months on, even the smallest things at Aztec High School – a slam of a locker door – still put students on edge. And some feel hurt that the shooting prompted so little national coverage.

ICE Spokesman Quits Over Leaders’ Use Of ‘Misleading Facts’ To Discuss Calif. Arrests

“I told them that the information was wrong, they asked me to deflect, and I didn’t agree with that,” said James Schwab, who resigned from his job at the Department of Homeland Security.

Elliott Abrams On Tillerson’s Departure

Elliott Abrams was Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s choice as No. 2 at the State Department. He gives his thoughts on Tillerson’s firing.

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