Filmmaker Davis Guggenheim documents the public side of the world-famous Pakistani education crusader but gives us only fleeting glimpses of the real girl.
The 18-year-old Nobel Peace Prize winner is certainly wise beyond her years, and global leaders would do well to heed her latest piece of advice.
Activist and youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai has opened a school for Syrian girls in an informal refugee settlement in Lebanon's Beka'a Valley.
The top-ranking leader of the Taliban faction that claimed responsibility for last month's mass slaughter of 153 people, many of them children, at the Army Public School in Peshawar, Pakistan, has taken to the Internet to warn that his group is prepared to strike again.
The so-called youth bulge in Pakistan has now become visible.
Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and the other "Left, Right & Center" panelists discuss the Supreme Court's effective approval of gay marriage in numerous states, Bill Maher's debate over whether Islam is a violent religion, and Leon Panetta's hastily published memoir.
Pakistani teenage activist Malala Yousafzai and Indian children's rights activist Kailash Satyarthi said they'll use the award to try to bring their opposed countries together. And they'll start by inviting their respective prime ministers to the award ceremony.
The Pakistani Taliban have chosen a new permanent leader, Mullah Fazlullah, whose appointment suggests that the militant group isn’t interested in forging diplomatic ties with the Pakistani government anytime soon.