Azmat Khan

AQ Militant Killed in Yemen At Center of Debate Over Pre-911 Intelligence Sharing
A less well-known part of Fahd al-Quso's saga is that he was also at the center of a debate about whether American intelligence agencies could have prevented 9/11.
May 7, 2012
Afghanistan's Former Spymaster Warns of Civil War
Afghanistan's former spy chief Amrullah Saleh told NPR this morning that the new strategic partnership agreement with the U.S. is a good step, but warns of the consequences if the U.S. engages in talks with the Taliban.
May 3, 2012
The Financial Crisis Is Like... Sangria?
Well, it’s like a lot of things, according to some of the economists, journalists, bankers, activists and officials we interviewed for our four-hour series on the global financial crisis, "Money, Power and Wall Street."
May 3, 2012
The Buzz Around That Tim Geithner Scene...
A scene from Money, Power and Wall Street generated a lot of feedback on Twitter during last night's broadcast, and we've curated some of the most interesting reactions...
May 2, 2012
Did the Fed's Emergency Lending Prop Up "Too Big to Fail"?
The Obama administration arrived in Washington in early 2009 facing the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression -- and an American public outraged by bailouts for the financial institutions that had gotten them there.
May 1, 2012
What Has Occupy Wall Street Been Up To?
While today's renewed protests are getting a lot of attention, a small group of activists has been quietly working within the financial system to change America's regulatory processes.
May 1, 2012
Colleagues Call British Aid Worker's Murder in Pakistan "Senseless and Barbaric"
Khalil Dale, a British aid worker employed by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), was found dead in Pakistan yesterday, almost four months after he was kidnapped while he was driving home from his office in Quetta.
April 30, 2012
Blast in Hama, Opposition Stronghold, Disrupts Fragile Syrian Ceasefire
An explosion ripped through a poor neighborhood in the opposition stronghold of Hama this morning, disrupting the fragile Syrian ceasefire agreement brokered by U.N. envoy Kofi Annan last month.
April 26, 2012
The Buzz Around "Money, Power and Wall Street"
Financial journalists, Occupy Wall Street activists and even a senior economic adviser to President Obama all took to the internet to talk about last night’s broadcast of the first half of "Money, Power and Wall Street."
April 25, 2012
Next Week: How the Financial Crisis Never Ended
Money, Power and Wall Street continues next Tuesday (watch a preview above), with an inside look at how the Obama administration, including a divided economic team, has handled the crisis and how the financial world has returned to many of the practices that created the meltdown in the first place.
April 24, 2012
Bloomberg: "Money, Power & Wall Street" "Takes No Prisoners"
"'Money, Power and Wall Street' is demanding -- this isn’t Finance for Dummies, but it’s a compact and thorough lesson," Bloomberg’s Greg Evans writes in his review of FRONTLINE’s new special on the global financial crisis.
April 23, 2012
Dig Deeper: What You Need to Know About the Financial Crisis
Amid the fiercest financial crisis since the Great Depression, FRONTLINE has been at the forefront of investigating the roots of the meltdown, the hidden stories of those who warned about what was to come and the lessons moving forward.
April 20, 2012