Azmat Khan

Blowing the Whistle on the Mortgage Bubble
Well before the 2008 financial meltdown, mortgage industry insiders discovered a ticking time-bomb that they say went up to the very top of Wall Street. What did they find? Who did they warn? And what happened to their warnings?
January 22, 2013
Coming Soon: The Debt and Deficit "Cliffhanger"
Next month, as the nation faces yet another round of fiscal crises, FRONTLINE picks up where it left off in "Inside Obama's Presidency," investigating the inside history of how Washington has failed to solve the country’s problems of debt and deficit.
January 15, 2013
The Republicans' Plan for the New President
On the night of Barack Obama's inauguration, a group of top GOP luminaries quietly gathered in a Washington steakhouse to develop plans for taking on the new president.
January 15, 2013
FRONTLINE & Longreads: Inside Obama's Presidency
Tomorrow, as Obama's second inauguration nears, FRONTLINE will air a probing look at the first four years of his presidency. FRONTLINE and Longreads have partnered to cull the best long-form reporting and reading on President Obama’s first term.
January 14, 2013
The Battle over Education Reform
The debate over how to improve K-12 public education in America has long been highly charged and contentious, but in recent years, it's taken on a polarizing either or mentality.
January 8, 2013
Mississippi Doctor's Autopsies at Center of Wrongful Conviction Filings
Four petitions have been filed arguing that the testimony of Mississippi forensic pathologist Dr. Steven Hayne led to wrongful convictions.
January 8, 2013
StudentsFirst Gives 11 States Failing Grades on Public Education
Today the education reform group StudentsFirst, led by former D.C. public schools chancellor Michelle Rhee, released a report grading states based on adherence to its platform, giving 11 states failing grades of F. The highest grade any state received was a B-.
January 7, 2013
Family of Mumbai Attack Victims Dealt Blow in Lawsuit
Earlier this week the State Department announced that two former Pakistani intelligence directors are immune from the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the families of Americans killed in the 2008 Mumbai attacks.
December 21, 2012
Interactive: Tracking Climate Change on Mt. Everest
Mountaineer & filmmaker David Breashears has created a stunning interactive image that lets you explore Mt. Everest in intimate detail and compare changes for yourself.
December 20, 2012
How Conservatives "Reinvented" the Second Amendment
While conventional wisdom suggests that an individual's right to bear arms is enshrined in the Second Amendment of the Constitution, it is, in fact, a relatively recent interpretation, according to New Yorker writer and legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin.
December 18, 2012
Jezza Neumann on Making the Film & Helping the Kids
Director, producer and editor Jezza Neumann reflects on making "Poor Kids," what he's learned while making films about children living in poverty over the last decade and what he hopes viewers will take away from the film.
November 20, 2012
What's the Future for Campaign Finance Reform?
Studies suggest that Americans are concerned about the influence of wealthy donors in politics. But when it comes to finding feasible solutions for reforming campaign finance, there's little consensus, and plenty of challenges.
November 19, 2012