Vladimir Putin has outlined the Arctic where Russia expects the U.S. and others to vie for "intimidating supremacy."
Russia's ambassador to North Korea said Moscow's nuclear-armed neighbor would consider an attempt to stop oil flow to be a "declaration of war."
Gavin Williamson warned that Russian ships pose a threat to millions of Britons.
Cyberattack and artificial intelligence are already being integrated into the arsenals of the world's leading militaries.
China's official military newspaper compared nuclear weapons to a sword of Damocles hanging over humanity, but said upgrades were necessary.
Amur tigers have the personal backing of Vladimir Putin.
The U.S. Treasury released the list as part of an increased effort to enforce existing sanctions against Russia.
The comments came ahead of the U.S. release of reports which could lead to increased sanctions.
The Justice Department renewed a warrant to spy on Page.
Pakistan's defense minister said his country was undergoing a "regional recalibration."
The U.S. Treasury Department will soon start looking for more of the Kremlin’s breadcrumbs abroad. Will they lead to Trump?
“The current bastards in power are as insignificant as the ones then,” one disgruntled critic tweeted.
Pentagon officials say the huge budget will prioritize modernizing the military to prepare for conflict with major world powers.
China has for the first time revealed its Arctic Policy. Will it follow Russia in bringing military power to the resource-rich region?
Across Russia, young people are dancing in solidarity with a group of aspiring pilots threatened with punishment for recording themselves dancing in their underwear.
Russian women took to social media in protest.
A lucky break from Dutch spies led to the infiltration of one of Russia's most notorious hacking groups.
President Donald Trump issued one of his most open criticisms of Russia, claiming it is breaking ranks with U.S. and China on North Korea.
Neither Russian, Syrian nor U.S. forces have moved in to stop the Turkish invasion aimed at ousting Pentagon-backed Kurds from the enclave of Afrin.
China, Egypt, India, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria and Turkey were among those looking to get their hands on the S-400 missile defense system.
Former FBI Director James Comey, whose controversial decisions—from the Clinton letter to the Trump memos—have been excoriated by both Democrats and Republicans, will begin teaching a college ethics course in the fall.
VTB Bank President and Chairman Andrey Kostin called the sanctions a “full-on attack” not only against the Kremlin but on all of Russian society.
"I don't really understand why drinking vodka in enormous quantities is considered normal in our country, but using marijuana is not," Ksenia Sobchak said.
The Kremlin has vowed it will not be caught off guard if war breaks out.