On today’s show: New Yorker staff writer Ryan Lizza traces the history National Security Agency's intelligence programs since 9/11, and looks at efforts to get the N.S.A. to be more forthcoming about domestic spying programs. Will Forte talks about moving from SNL to co-star opposite Bruce Dern in Alexander Payne’s latest film "Nebraska." We’ll find out about an exhibition at the Neue Galerie of the pioneering abstract painter Vassily Kandinsky. Jamie Fellner of Human Rights Watch discusses how federal prosecutors coerce drug defendants to waive their right to a trial.