Donald Trump has had his fair share of gaffes this year, here are 15 of his most embarrassing moments.
The Bolsheviks took power in October 1917. A century later, because of their own doing, their revolution's centennial comes in November.
Most Russians, Putin's predecessors and Lenin's own wife wanted the revolutionary leader buried—yet his embalmed body is still in its mausoleum.
This year's anniversary might be a little lackluster.
Launched from Kazakhstan with a designer born in Ukraine, the success of Sputnik is one the most celebrated Soviet achievements in Russia.
The former first couple celebrate 25 years of marriage. And they're still relationship goals.
The president ate cottage cheese, got a haircut and talked to photos of past presidents.
The British empire was responsible for the deaths, torture and enslavement of millions of people.
One year after becoming president, Duterte has managed to insult many international figures.
Diana died in a car crash in 1997, and the princes have also made plans to commemorate the 10th anniversary of her death in August.
Sunday is the 10-year anniversary of the Virginia Tech massacre that left 27 students, five staffers and the gunman dead.
The annexation of Crimea gave Vladimir Putin one of his biggest popularity boosts in Russia.
The Soviet Union's last leader gave a rare interview on the 25th anniversary of its collapse.
See if you can catch the message the first time you watch the nonprofit's new video.
An investigation into her death is currently frozen. The culture of impunity that exists is a threat to the freedom of the press.
On Aug. 1, 1966, sniper Charles Whitman terrorized the University of Texas campus with a shooting spree that left 16 dead.
The Russian president called the disaster "a harsh lesson to humanity."
On April 26, 1986, a botched test at the nuclear plant in then-Soviet Ukraine triggered a meltdown.
Some locals of Bakhchisarai were quick to poke fun at the statue.