NBC’s Richard Engel gets a tour of the greatest museum you will never see: the CIA museum, where items like Osama bin Laden’s personal AK-47 rifle and some of the agency’s most high-tech gadgetry are on display.
Filled with secrets, the CIA museum -- which is closed to the public – houses all kinds of artifacts: from a 70s-era drone, to the gun found next to Osama bin Laden when Navy SEALs killed him in a midnight raid. NBC’s Richard Engel reports.
Author Chris Dickey joins Betty Nguyen to talk about his book “Securing the City: Inside America’s Best Counterterror Fore--The NYPD” and the latest report from the New York Times about the relationship between the NYPD and CIA.
Philip Mudd, a former CIA deputy director of counterterrorism and former FBI deputy of director of national security, discusses how the CIA is looking for Edward Snowden and suggests that the Russians may be questioning him and examining his computer.
Philip Mudd of the New America Foundation talks about the long-term and short-term impacts of Edward Snowden’s leaks and the future of the surveillance programs.
A Meet the Press panel of experts examines the recent NSA leaks and the way intelligence gathering has evolved.
A Meet the Press roundtable reviews remarks made over the years leading up to Edward Snowden’s leaks of the NSA program and the reflections they make about his personality type and others within the intelligence community.