Last updated 4:24AM ET
October 25, 2016
PRI's The World: 10/24/2016 French officials moved in today to clear a refugee camp in Calais known as "The Jungle." In Pakistan, there's a push to get more women on the police force, and in Haiti, a woman named Madame Ertha is making a huge difference helping her less fortunate neighbors after Hurricane Matthew.
PRI's The World: 10/21/2016 Residents of the Iraqi city of Mosul continue to flee for safety. We hear from some of them. And as ISIS loses ground in Iraq and in Syria, we hear how its appeal to potential recruits is taking a major hit. Plus, we meet one of the few Pakistani women in professional sports. She's captain of the national women's cricket team.
PRI's The World: 10/20/2016 The final presidential debate is over. We'll hear reaction to Republican candidate Donald Trump refusing to say whether he will accept the outcome of the election. Plus, there's been some lively reaction on social media to Trump's "bad hombres" comment during last night's debate. Also, Boise, Idaho, is taking in a lot of Syrian refugees ? 122 so far this year. We'll check in on how it's going.
Quetta attack: Militants kill dozens at Balochistan Police College Dozens of people are killed after militants mount an attack on a police training college in the Pakistani city of Quetta, officials say.
Dreamworld: Four killed on Australian theme park ride Four people are killed on a river rapids ride at the Dreamworld theme park on Australia's east coast.
Women 'nearing equality with men - in alcohol consumption' Women have caught up with men, at least when it comes to knocking back alcohol - a global study of drinking habits shows.
How YouTube became YouTube, told with YouTube videos
CEO Susan Wojcicki talks about running YouTube and watching Palo Alto ? her hometown and the city at the heart of Silicon Valley ? grow.
Girl Scout cookie cereal is coming next year
Another reason to look forward to the end of 2016
Doctors cut costs by getting to know their patients
Accountable Care Organizations find efficiencies in unexpected places.