Global surveillance is at the heart of the latest James Bond movie, WBEZ's film contributor Milos Stehlik, sits down with performance artist Laurie Anderson, and we explore a new exhibit on Weekend Passport.
Obama has vetoed the congressional approval to build the Keystone XL pipeline. Ben Gotschall, energy director for Bold Nebraska joins us on the show. Also, a new leak by Kespersky Lab in Moscow shows a highly advanced surveillance network with links to the NSA. on Global Notes, Michael Teach from Chicago Acoustic talks about his podcast and upcoming show.
For much of the twentieth century, Chicago’s Police Surveillance Unit monitored and infiltrated allegedly subversive organizations and stored its discoveries in its secret Red Squad records. Because of the relaxation of the legal restrictions controlling access to those files, this event features stories that have not been available to the public until now, including records focusing on the ACLU, the National Organization for Women, and the National Presbyterian Church.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was charged with conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction in his hospital room Monday afternoon.The surviving suspect in the Boston marathon bombing was captured Friday, just one day after the FBI released video images of the Tsarnaev brothers to the public.The role of camera