Last updated 1:03AM ET
September 2, 2014
September 2, 2014
PRI's The World: 9/01/2014 Anti-government protestors stormed the state television headquarters in Islamabad, Pakistan. Authorities have restored order but the demonstration raises fears of a coup. Also, new proposals to deal with so-called "home-grown extremists" in the UK. And a Liberian DJ who's dedicated himself to spreading health messages about Ebola.
PRI's The World: 8/29/2014 The UK raises its terror alert level from "substantial" to "severe" in light of the developments in Syria and Iraq. Also, a weapons researcher analyzes online photos and videos for clues to the wars in Ukraine and the Middle East. And the Hello Kitty phenomenon and its roots.
PRI's The World: 8/28/2014 Much of the focus about undocumented immigrants in the US has focused on Latinos, but many Asians are also undocumented and are less vocal about coming out of the shadows. And the war in Ukraine heats up while Russia's involvement only intensifies. Plus, an art project that has people digging for gold in England.
Iraq forces push against jihadists Iraqi Shia and Kurdish forces capture an Islamic State stronghold, as a BBC team enters Amerli the day after a two-month siege ends.
Ukraine in 'great war' with Russia Russia has launched a 'great war' that could claim tens of thousands of lives, Ukraine's defence ministry warns amid rebel offensive.
FBI probes 'Cloud' celebrity leaks The FBI looks into allegations that the online accounts of celebrities have been hacked, leading to intimate pictures being posted online.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory's dark lost chapter
Deemed too wild and subversive for its time, the unprinted chapter has resurfaced.
The story of a 1957 Chevy
Lizzie O'Leary talks to Earl Swift about his book "Auto Biography."
Wage growth in the U.S. is stuck in the 70s
Most American workers have seen little to no growth in wages since the 70s.