Recent statements from Pyongyang have not been overwhelmingly enthusiastic on direct talks with Washington.
The RS-24 Yars flew more than 3,000 miles starting in western Russia and according to the country's Ministry of Defense, confirmed its "reliability."
Vladimir Putin is a master at rigging elections, experts tell Newsweek.
The Justice Department is also looking into Sputnik, another media outlet with ties to the Russian government, a former correspondent has said.
“It is more unpredictable, and it’s more difficult,” Stoltenberg said when asked about the changes in the world over his 30-year career.
After Vladimir Putin's instructions, Moscow is preparing a lawsuit on consulate closure, Russia's deputy foreign minister says.
The Swedish military is kicking off its biggest exercise in almost a quarter of a century, while Russia and Belarus perform combat readiness drills nearby.
Ukraine's President Poroshenko said Moscow showed no signs of backing off from his country and recent military activity shows the Kremlin is preparing for a much bigger conflict.
Reports that Putin is disillusioned with Trump are "naive," the Russian leader says.
Washington has closed a handful of diplomatic annexes and compounds.
"The stronger and the smarter one will show restraint," Russia's deputy foreign minister said.
Ramzan Kadyrov appealed to Putin for help and condemned the persecution of the Rohingya people.
Russia's foreign ministry has summoned a U.S. diplomat in Moscow to hand a formal note of protest.