Since 9/11, the U.S. government has spent billions of dollars to keep Americans safe — including airport screeners, portal radiation monitors, explosive detection systems, and an elaborate electronic network to track visitors and ease legitimate travel using fingerprint readers. But do they really work?
The latest EXPOSÉ tells the story of two WASHINGTON POST reporters who followed the money flowing out of the Department of Homeland security and found case after case of failed programs. Watch “Nice Work If You Can Get It” online.
>> Producer Joe Rubin talks about working with veteran investigative reporters Scott Higham and Robert O’Harrow, the legacy of “Deep Throat,” and a very important parking garage. Read the producer’s notes on the EXPOSÉ site.