On Monday, we boarded a train with NPR's Philip Reeves to take a tour of Pakistan. Our journey began in Rawalpindi, and after riding 1,000 miles south, we'll end up in Karachi on Wednesday.
David Greene talks to former Rep. Barney Frank about President-elect Donald Trump's possible economic appointees, and the potential dismantling of the Dodd-Frank Act by the incoming administration.
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Rescuers search for survivors of the country's deadliest train wreck in recent years. Fourteen carriages of an express train jumped the tracks traveling through the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.
Over the next three days, NPR's Philip Reeves will take us along as he travels through the heart of Pakistan by train. We start in northern Pakistan and will travel south 1,000 miles to Karachi.
As Donald Trump considers his pick for secretary of Health and Human Services, and mulls what to do with the Affordable Care Act, David Greene talks to Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, an Obamacare architect.
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