Last updated 11:16PM ET
October 22, 2016
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.
PRI's The World: 10/19/2016 Russia tests long-range missiles and moves nuclear-capable missiles closer to the West. We learn why. Also, on day three of the Mosul offensive, we learn what a post-ISIS future might look like. Plus, we make some multicultural stops on the US campaign trail ? with Hindus for Donald Trump and Danes for Hillary Clinton.
Syria war: Aleppo ceasefire ends with clashes Heavy clashes are reported in the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo soon after a three-day ceasefire ended late on Saturday.
AT&T announces it will buy Time Warner for nearly $86bn The US telecoms giant AT&T announces that it will buy entertainment group Time Warner for nearly $86bn (£70bn), but the deal still needs regulators' approval.
MOre than 170 inmates break out of Haiti jail More than 170 inmates escape from a Haitian prison in Arcahaie, 45km (30 miles) north of the capital Port-au-Prince.
Big tobacco could get bigger
British American Tobacco's $47 billion bid to take over Reynolds American signals the U.S. cigarette market is still very profitable.
My Economy: Making an old dream a reality
A single mom goes to medical school to complete her dream of becoming a doctor.
Here's why some of you couldn't get on Twitter today
Twitter, Spotify, and PayPal weren't actually the target of a DDoS attack today.