FRONTLINE launches its new monthly magazine program with three reports, led by Are We Safer? In this first story, Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporter Dana Priest investigates the terrorism-industrial complex that grew up in the wake of 9/11. Against a backdrop of recent mail bomb threats from Al Qaeda in Yemen and growing concerns about homegrown terrorists, Priest explores the growing reach of homeland security, fusion centers, battlefield technologies, and data-collecting into the lives of ordinary Americans. The second is Flying Cheaper - FRONTLINE examines another growing trend: the outsourcing of major airline repair work to lower-cost independent maintenance operations abroad and here in the U.S. Finally, FRONTLINE Correspondent Martin Smith interviews Afghanistan’s former chief of intelligence, Amrullah Saleh, at his home in the Panjshir Valley, to ask him about his defection from the Karzai administration.