Last updated 10:47AM ET
October 23, 2014
PRI's The World: 10/22/2014 Dramatic scenes at the Canadian parliament building today as at least one or more gunmen opened fire. Plus, efforts are underway to create a cheap, reliable and fast Ebola test kit for use in the field. And, translating Charles Dickens into Spanglish.
PRI's The World: 10/21/2014 An American ex-military man goes to fight with the Kurds against ISIS. Plus, in South Africa Oscar Pistorius is sentenced to five years in prison, but may be eligible for parole in 10 months. Also, taking a ride with Haiti's ambulance service.
PRI's The World: 10/20/2014 While Ebola panic flares in the US, a New York Times reporter finds resilience in her native Liberia. Plus, we'll have the latest from the Turkish border with Syria. And, "Eat your cauliflower!" A London-based chef could make you change your mind about this misunderstood vegetable.
Canada parliament sits after attacks The parliament in Ottawa returns to work the day after a gunman rampaged through its corridors before being shot dead by the sergeant-at-arms.
Nato jets 'intercept Russian plane' Nato warplanes have intercepted a Russian spy plane over the Baltic Sea, the alliance says, amid heightened tensions between the West and Russia.
Boko Haram 'abducts more women' Dozens of women and girls have been abducted from two villages in north-eastern Nigeria by suspected militants despite a reported truce, residents say.
Microsoft: a tale of three CEOs
Bethany McLean charts Microsoft, and where it needs to head next.
What Amazon's earnings tell us about its competition
Amazon is Google's chief rival in the search business.
Southwest tries to get back on schedule
An attempt to squeeze out extra profits created turbulence.