Secret, secret, I've got a secretby Nikki Tundel, Minnesota Public Radio
The world gets a glimpse into just what the CIA was up to in decades past. And it isn't pretty.
St. Paul, Minn. — Responding to a 15-year-old request for information, the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency has released hundreds of secret documents.
The collection, dubbed the "family jewels," confirms illegal operations committed by the CIA from the 1950s to the early 1970s.
Reporter Nikki Tundel and Current host Mary Lucia discuss some of the skeletons to come out of the CIA's closet.