The Islamic State militant group apparently doesn’t need a footprint in Afghanistan for ordinary Afghans to feel its effects.
By Larisa Epatko
Most people say public libraries provide communities with essential resources for literacy and education, but the number of people who actually take advantage of library services may be slipping.
By Laura Santhanam and Megan Crigger
Not everyone agrees on the best methods for raising kids. Use our interactive to see which country has values to teach children in order closest to yours.
By Frank Bi, Elizabeth Shell and Vanessa Dennis
Most U.S. seniors accepted into their first-choice colleges enroll elsewhere, a new study says. According to the American Freshman Survey , conducted during the 2013 school year, only 56.9 percent of students enrolled in their first choice -- the…
By Talia Mindich
Afghan children attend school at a refugee camp on the outskirts of Jalalabad in eastern Afghanistan on Dec. 1. A new survey shows that Afghans feel their country is improving in part from strides in education. Photo by Noorullah…
As the U.S. prepares to exit Afghanistan, insecurity is the problem that Afghans fear most. A new survey of Afghan opinion conducted by the Asia Foundation and released Wednesday also found that Afghans are concerned about corruption in their government…
Nearly 10 years after the 9/11 attacks and with the American military involved in multiple Muslim nations, a Gallup survey showed strong positive feelings among Muslim-Americans about their prospects in this country. Ray Suarez discusses the poll's findings with Mohamed…
By Larisa Epatko
A nationwide poll of Afghans released Tuesday by The Asia Foundation found more Afghans feel the country is moving in the right direction but are still concerned about security and local rebuilding projects.
Anti-American sentiment is growing in several European nations a year after the war in Iraq began, according to a survey released Tuesday by the independent Pew Global Attitudes Project.
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