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NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Chicago Tribune restaurant critic Phil Vettel, who revealed his identity after 30 years of keeping it secret. He says he's already noticed restaurants treating him differently.
The NFL and its players union have announced a "freeze" on a new league policy on football players who protest during the national anthem. The two agreed to the delay as they try to resolve the contentious issue.
The Main Intelligence Directorate of the Russian Armed Forces is accused of masterminding the assault on the 2016 presidential election. The agency has a history dating back to the Bolshevik Revolution.
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Barry Slaughter Olsen, an interpreter who has worked with the State Department, about the interpreter's code of ethics and not talking about what was said in private meetings.
17 people died when a tourism Duck Boat sank in a sudden storm in a lake outside of Branson, Mo. Investigators are trying to ascertain why the boat didn't heed storm warnings before launching on its cruise.
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with New York Times Matt Apuzzo about the recording attorney Michael Cohen made of his conversation with then-presidential candidate Donald Trump about payments to a Playboy model.
President Trump has faced backlash this week as he's tried to clarify his talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Republicans in Congress say he's making a mistake by cozying up to an American enemy. But in the conservative Florida panhandle, voters still have faith in Trump's foreign policy.