Fresh Air for Jan. 19, 2023: Are too many documents being marked 'classified'? Hear the Fresh Air program for January 19, 2023

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Is the U.S. government designating too many documents as 'classified'?

Historian Matthew Connelly says government records are marked as classified three times every second — and many of them will never be declassified. His new book is The Declassification Engine.

Laurence Coly (Guslagie Malanda) confesses to causing the death of her baby daughter Elise in Saint Omer. via Toronto Film Fest hide caption

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'Saint Omer' is a complex courtroom drama about much more than the murder at hand

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