Last updated 7:48AM ET
July 26, 2014
PRI's The World: 7/25/14 We take you to El Cajon, a suburb of San Diego known as "Little Baghdad," where many Iraqi refugees are worried about what's happening back home. Also, jousting hasn't really been popular since the 14th century, but it's still around. Prince Luitpold of Bavaria opens up his castle for a tournament. And, John Smith is known as the guy who Pocahontas saved, or so he claimed. He also helped bring the English language to America.
PRI's The World: 7/24/14 A United Nations run school comes under attack in Gaza, killing at least 13 people taking shelter there. Also, what the attack on Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 means for Ukraine, Russia and Vladimir Putin. And celebrating Ramadan in Cape Town, South Africa.
PRI's The World: 7/23/14 More planes shot down over eastern Ukraine ? military ones, and the separatists are taking credit this time. Also, an airline pilot offers a primer on flight safety. And why guinea pigs are catching on in New York - not as pets, but as dinner.
Truce as deaths in Gaza pass 900 A 12-hour truce has begun in Gaza amid efforts to secure a longer ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, and as the scale of damage becomes clear.
Nigeria 'on red alert' over Ebola All entries into Nigeria are placed on red alert after the authorities confirm the first death from the Ebola virus in the capital Lagos.
Pakistan climbers scale K2 summit A team of Pakistani climbers reaches the top of the world's second tallest mountain, the K2, the first since Italians completed the feat 60 years ago.
An app that combats texting while driving accidents
New tech is hoping to combat texting while driving and texting while walking accidents. Marketplace Tech host Ben Johnson explains
Weekend Brunch: Health care, global income inequality, and how to dress well
Linnette Lopez of Business Insider and Ben Walsh of Reuters discuss the news.
Have red light cameras reached the end of the road?
Has the automated red light camera system failed to live up to its promise?