The former president agrees with Trump on media harshness and the NFL protests, as he puts himself forward to work with the White House.
The U.S.-based MegaBots team challenged Japan's Suidobashi to the "world's first giant robot duel."
American startup MegaBots hopes to turn piloted giant robot fighting into a profitable sports league.
Eight allies showcased NATO's smart defense concept, where one ship neutralizes a ballistic threat while others rush to its defense.
As Donald Trump continues to recklessly handle North Korea, a humanitarian crisis in the South American nation could pose a larger problem for the U.S.
The accusation is the latest sign of rising tensions between Moscow and Washington.
Washington is trying to use its influence to end the diplomatic impasse in the Gulf.
The U.S. denies Moscow's allegations, as the Kremlin has a history of conflating the "terrorist" groups it claims to fight in Syria.
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.
“Scariest moment of my life,” one Instagram user wrote, posting video of the terrified crowd. “They just kept firing and firing.”
Hundreds of suspect accounts tweeted on divisive topics last month, a public policy group warned, as one senator accused Russian trolls of exploiting #TakeAKnee.
The Russian leader announced the closure of Russia's last chemical arms facility.
The treaty promotes political trust between nations by allowing them to schedule and fly unarmed observation jets through each others’ sovereign space.
President Trump should tread carefully, Russian Senate's Defense and Security Committee deputy head said.
The regime has already said it considers shooting U.S. jets outside of its airspace justified.
Russia's foreign minister said the U.S. only attacked Iraq after being "100 percent" sure it had no weapons of mass destruction and therefore wouldn't attack North Korea.
Vladimir Putin's spokesman says the Kremlin does not know what "Russiagate" is.
The U.S. has designated the Al-Qaeda affiliated a "terrorist" group, despite its attempts to rebrand. However Russia has repeatedly accused Washington of sparing its militants.
After turning down the invite and sending Russia's foreign minister instead, the Kremlin unveiled Putin's alternative plans.
Clinton has condemned Trump for "embracing dictators like Russia’s Vladimir Putin."
Recent statements from Pyongyang have not been overwhelmingly enthusiastic on direct talks with Washington.