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Soviet-era movie stars, cosmonauts and, yes, intelligence agents once socialized at Aragvi over chicken tabaka and Georgian wine. Now the restaurant has reopened for regular diners.

Monday's suicide attack near the Prophet's Mosque in Medina has shocked Muslims and is expected to intensify anger against ISIS.

When people apply for food stamps, federal law says they should get them in seven days. But in New Mexico, government workers are blowing the whistle on the state doctoring food stamps applications

What does it mean to be middle class in the U.S.? Over the past century, the idea of the "middle class" has gone through a number of drastic transformations.

FBI Director James Comey announced that the agency is wrapping up its investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server as secretary of state — and recommends against any charges.

The Lumineers are among many artists frustrated by people on their mobile devices during performances. Their singer explains why they're asking fans to lock up their phones with a new technology.

Jason Galvin, a former Army sharpshooter in Afghanistan, saved a bald eagle that was caught hanging by a rope in Minnesota. Neighbors, who named the eagle "Freedom," watched as Galvin shot through the rope to let Freedom down.

NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with political reporter Sarah McCammon about a Donald Trump tweet that contained white supremacist imagery, and the backlash it received.

Alex Gibney's new documentary, Zero Days, looks at the Stuxnet worm — a cyber weapon developed by the U.S. and Israel. Gibney talks to NPR's Ari Shapiro about the film and the future of cyber warfare.

A man from the United Arab Emirates was mistaken for a member of ISIS and handcuffed at gunpoint in Avon, Ohio. Now the UAE has warned its citizens not to wear traditional clothes traveling abroad.




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