Posted on · Episode: 2396 The Indus Valley: a third great ancient civilization coming to light. Today, the Indus Valley.
Posted on · Afghan-Danish soccer player Nadia Nadim shares her journey to football stardom as her team, Racing Louisville FC, faces the Houston Dash this weekend at BBVA Stadium
Posted on · Experts explore COVID headlines, the case of the FBI’s most wanted woman and the impact of the wealth gap in the US.
Posted on · Two journalists from Pakistan have been exploring what her death means for the Pakistani community here and abroad.
Posted on · Sabika Sheikh was among 10 students and staff slain Friday at Santa Fe High School.
Posted on · The education advocate and human rights campaigner became the youngest Nobel Peace Prize laureate after being shot in the head at age 15 by a Taliban gunman
Posted on · Following Monday's tweet by President Trump accusing Pakistan of "deceit" and harboring terrorists, the U.S. announced it will suspend most security aid to Islamabad. But the cut won't be permanent
Posted on · A New Year's Day tweet by President Trump has exacerbated tensions in an already fraught relationship. He criticized Pakistan for "lies and deceit" and harboring terrorists
Posted on · In his first tweet of the new year, the president said Islamabad had been playing U.S. leaders for fools by taking billions in foreign aid and continuing to harbor Afghan extremists
Posted on · News 88.7's education reporter Laura Isensee recently completed a reporting fellowship in Pakistan with the International Center for Journalists. While she was there, she interviewed students and educators and found some interesting connections between the issues facing educators both in Pakistan and the United States. For example, charter schools are starting to spring up in […]
Posted on · More than 20 million children in Pakistan don't attend school, which counts for 8 percent of the world's out-of-school population.
Posted on · In March, the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals denied an attempt by the State of Texas to pause a revamp of its foster care system. The court appointed two Special Masters to oversee the system revamp. Francis McGovern and Kevin Ryan began their appointed positions in April. Then, earlier this month, the Special Masters […]
Posted on · Several education nonprofits have started to adopt public schools in Pakistan, introducing new books, hiring new teachers and upgrading facilities.
Posted on · Laura Isensee reflects on her visit to Pakistan on the last day of her visit to that country.
Posted on · The journalists there have been resilient and tenacious in the face of violence.