Azmat Khan

Syria Two Years Later: Bloody Civil War With No End In Sight
The Syrian revolution started two years ago today in Dara’a, a small farming town 60 miles south of Damascus. But what began as peaceful protests has grown into a bloody civil war with no end in sight.
March 15, 2013
Report: Newtown Shooter Researched Several Mass Murderers
Articles and documents related to several mass murderers were found in one of two bedrooms Adam Lanza used in the house he shared with his mother, Nancy.
March 14, 2013
Bringing Good From the Newtown Tragedy
How the Barden family is coping with the loss of their 7-year-old son Daniel, who was killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and trying to encourage acts of compassion in his memory.
March 7, 2013
Training A Camera On the Children of the Holocaust
Marian Marzynski was on WBUR Radio’s “Here & Now” program today to discuss why he decided to make "Never Forget to Lie," the vivid memories of other child survivors and the unfinished business of his own Holocaust story.
March 1, 2013
Is Kerry's Syrian Aid Shift a Game Changer?
Earlier this week, Moaz al-Khatib, the leader of the Syrian opposition coalition, had no intention of meeting with leaders from the U.S. and Europe at today's "Friends of Syria" gathering in Rome.
February 28, 2013
The Surprising Way Obama Is Trying to Tackle Climate Change
When President Obama tried to push for legislation on climate change during his first term, he encountered such fierce political opposition that it quickly became clear Congress wouldn't be the avenue to reform.
February 27, 2013
Will the Supreme Court Lift Political Contribution Limits?
Alabama businessman and conservative activist Shaun McCutcheon donated $33,088 to 16 candidates during the 2012 election cycle, but he wanted to give much more. So he took his case to the courts.
February 26, 2013
BP Facing Up to $17 Billion in Penalties in Civil Trial
The trial, which begins today, will determine whether the oil giant was "grossly negligent" in the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster.
February 25, 2013
Neil Heslin, Father of Newtown Victim: "Something Has to Change"
Neil Heslin, father of 6-year-old Jesse killed at Newtown Elementary School, reflects on his last moments with his son, his positions on gun control and why he believes society has to change in order to prevent future tragedies.
February 19, 2013
How Did They Report the Lanza Story?
"Hartford Courant" reporters Alaine Griffin and Josh Kovner have spent the last two months digging deep into the story of troubled shooter Adam Lanza and his relationship with his mother.
February 19, 2013
Marvin LaFontaine: "Those Kids Were Everything" to Nancy Lanza
A friend of Nancy Lanza, LaFontaine remembers how Adam Lanza learned to shoot, noticing "a weirdness" about the young boy and how dedicated Nancy was to her children.
February 19, 2013
"Money, Power & Wall St." Wins Writers Guild and Polk Awards
Congratulations to the producing team!
February 18, 2013