The missiles flew almost the full length of Russia, hitting targets both in the far-east and northwest, as Russian warplanes practiced fire on ground targets nearby.
Russia and Japan have argued about a stretch of islands for over 60 years, but this is not stopping Moscow from raising military compounds on it.
The Clinton campaign and DNC helped finance the Steele dossier, but important elements of the document have panned out.
The praise for Chinese efforts signal a shift in tone for the president, who has critized Beijing for not doing enough on North Korea.
The Justice Department confirmed that the informant had been released from a confidentiality agreement.
People spotted a problem with Sergei Shoigu's claim about Russia's role in taking back territory from Islamist groups.
Since seizing Crimea from Ukraine, Russia has reinforced military assets in Black Sea waters around it and is now building its first land link to the territory.
Russia has long warned of the threat of returning foreign fighters. New figures show why.
Chechen authorities deny all reports that they jail and torture gay men, but friends of a Russian singer fear for his life after he disappeared on a visit to the region.
Vitaliy Milonov also wants to ban Russians from transitioning from one gender to another.
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.
Wesley Clark, a retired four-star general, says that Trump’s affability towards Vladimir Putin is “very confusing” to the American public.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said the West has exploited his country's goodwill and disregarded the sovereignty of countries around the world.
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.
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations firmly told Russia, "Don't interfere in our elections."
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.
“I urge everyone to be hospitable, kind, not to beat anyone, if you know the English language, help the tourists,” said Alexander Yaroshuk, head of Kaliningrad.