Russia's foreign ministry has summoned a U.S. diplomat in Moscow to hand a formal note of protest.
To kick off the school year, Vladimir Putin donned his professorial hat and covered quite a few topics in a lecture to Russia's youth.
Citgo represents around 5 percent of U.S. crude-oil refining capacity, and cash-strapped Venezuela is reportedly looking to hand it to Moscow.
The newly appointed ambassador spoke before the current U.S. government announced further sanctions on Russian diplomats.
After North Korea's latest missile test, Japan asked the U.S. to call for even more economic sanctions against Kim Jong Un's regime.
Russia has said its new military drill is not aimed at any particular state, but the planned map shows the hypothetical enemy is in Poland, Latvia and Lithuania.
The Baltic Fleet has called on 70 ships from its main ports and 2,000 troops ahead of a military drill on land in nearby Belarus.
The B61-12 is planned to be the first U.S. precision-guided atomic bomb and is intended to minimize collateral damage.
Once a primary recipient of CIA assistance, the Free Syrian Army has since turned on U.S. efforts to battle ISIS using Kurdish militias.
After mass youth protests in the past year, Russia's leader will school the country's pupils on the country's future, according to multiple Kremlin sources.
More sanctions will not curb North Korea's ambitions, Russia's deputy foreign minister said, but a U.S. military response will not do it either.
The deadly stabbing attack in Dagestan follows a similar incident in Siberia that left eight people injured, according to reports.
The Varshavyanka class are among the quietest in the world, according to the boasts of Russian state media.
The agency's director reportedly visited the Russian capital in May.
Mattis hinted that the U.S. could send defensive weapons to Ukraine.
North Korea’s new tourism agency, run with help from the embassy, will offer Russians deals to visit “one of the safest countries in the world.”