Azmat Khan

How Many People Are Dying in Syria?
The U.N. says Syria's rising death toll is approaching a staggering 70,000 people killed since the rebellion broke out almost two years ago. But determining an accurate death count amidst a conflict is fraught with challenges.
February 15, 2013
How To Form a Rebel Battalion in Syria
Reporting from Syria, Ghaith Abdul-Ahad breaks it down in "five easy lessons."
February 14, 2013
"Cliffhanger" Interactive: A Guide to the Gridlock
Our interactive "Guide to the Gridlock" breaks down the dramatic two-year saga of Washington's failure to address the country's debt and deficit problems, and lets you track how it all broke down at every turn.
February 13, 2013
Lori Montgomery: "The Next Fight Is Going to Be Far Uglier"
Washington Post reporter Lori Montgomery discusses the long path of gridlock and how the debt and deficit showdown has hurt both sides. "Two years of fighting has not been good for anybody," she tells FRONTLINE.
February 12, 2013
Frank Luntz: How the "21st-Century Republicans" Changed Washington
GOP insider Frank Luntz reflects on the new face of the Republican Party, the strengths and weaknesses of the president and what he sees as the dismal prospects for the nation to come together. "We can’t agree on anything," he tells FRONTLINE.
February 12, 2013
Did Obama "Poison the Well" in the Deficit Debate?
After Republicans rallied around an austere budget proposed by the party's numbers wunderkind Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, President Obama delivered a speech condemning the plan. What he didn't realize, his aides insist, was that Ryan was sitting in the front row.
February 11, 2013
From the Serenity Prayer to F-Bomb: Boehner and the Fiscal Cliff
On one of the biggest nights of his political career, House Speaker John Boehner didn't have the votes he needed from his own party. So he gathered House Republicans in a closed-door meeting and led a prayer.
February 8, 2013
John Brennan's CIA Confirmation Hearing Renews Scrutiny of Counterterrorism Policies
In the days leading up to tomorrow's Senate confirmation hearing, several national security-related leaks have intensified pressure on the administration to become more transparent.
February 6, 2013
Before I Was Anybody, I Was A Child Survivor of the Holocaust
FRONTLINE sat down with filmmaker Marian Marzynski to discuss why he made "Never Forget to Lie," the emotional pain it wrought and what viewers can learn from the last remaining witnesses of the Holocaust.
February 4, 2013
What People Are Saying about "Never Forget to Lie"
"On the building walls there are silhouettes of mothers and fathers, who they saw for the last time. This is their catharsis: a return to their childhood."
February 4, 2013
Promotional Tour Schedule
"Never Forget to Lie" airs on FRONTLINE April 30, 2013, but will also be screened in advance at select theaters.
February 4, 2013
Senators Unveil Bipartisan Blueprint for Immigration Reform
Their plan includes a path to citizenship for 11 million illegal immigrants in the country, "contingent" upon success in securing borders.
January 28, 2013