At least four people have died in the unrest.
Starting earlier this month, protesters blocked a main highway into the capital city Islamabad and called for the country's law minister to resign.
Protesters say the government decision to remove a declaration of Muhammad as God's final prophet from its oath of office was blasphemy.
The two countries are both nuclear powers and have been in conflict since 1947.
The U.S. and Pakistani governments secured the release of Caitlan Coleman, Joshua Boyle and their three kids, the White House said Thursday.
Up to 60 million people there rely on water sources that contain unsafe levels of arsenic.
Afghan officials seem to be on board with reinvesting military resources in the area.
Sen. John McCain put forward a new strategy for the war in Afghanistan after the Trump administration didn't deliver one by its proposed deadline.
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was removed from office as the nation looks ahead to elections in the fall.
The U.S. State Department refuses to give Pakistan $50 million in military reimbursements, claiming Pakistan creates "safe havens" for terrorists.
Pakistan's military says it killed 100 militants in the wake of a deadly suicide bombing.
The only country with more than the U.S. is Russia.