Russia is on a courtship mission around the Pacific, and its troops are making their presence known near its short but tense North Korean border.
Smoking at bus stops, in cars near children, as well as vaping or puffing away on a hookah in cafes may soon be a thing of the past in Russia.
A majority of Americans see North Korea as a more immediate threat than ISIS or Russia, but they do not see eye-to-eye with the White House's strategy.
The new rocket is one of several developed for a short-range ballistic missile system that replaces nuclear-tipped arms, which are prohibited by an international treaty.
More and more young people have been joining Kremlin foe Alexei Navalny on street marches.
A handful of smartwatches designed to keep children safe have vulnerabilities hackers can exploit, a watchdog in Norway has found.
Russian ground, air and sea forces have held a series of drills in the Primorye region bordering North Korea in recent weeks.
The Kremlin is looking to place a female candidate on the ballot, according to reports.
Entrepreneur Maxim Lapunov claims a group of Chechen men beat him to make him denounce other gay men, as allegations of a regional purge continue.
With less than six months until Russia's presidential election, journalists thought they might have tricked Putin's spokesman into a straightforward answer.
Eight allies showcased NATO's smart defense concept, where one ship neutralizes a ballistic threat while others rush to its defense.
The U.S. denies Moscow's allegations, as the Kremlin has a history of conflating the "terrorist" groups it claims to fight in Syria.
Social media posts of Russian troops tagged in Syria and Ukraine caused mass uproar when Moscow denied its forces were in either country.
The Venezuela president took several shots at his U.S. counterpart's competence, before he visited the Kremlin for an amicable one-to-one meeting with Vladimir Putin.
Launched from Kazakhstan with a designer born in Ukraine, the success of Sputnik is one the most celebrated Soviet achievements in Russia.
Russia's foreign ministry and its embassy in the U.K. went after Langley after an ad for new Russian-language officers went online.
The outgoing envoy for the European Union in Russia made the comments in a newspaper column.
The vessels will spend four months at sea, calling at nine foreign ports.
“Scariest moment of my life,” one Instagram user wrote, posting video of the terrified crowd. “They just kept firing and firing.”