As part of the memorial service, Russian liberals had planned to screen a documentary about Maidan.
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Mass shootings are not unknown to other countries. But in the U.S., a bitter political debate continues about gun laws.
What you don't know about the man behind the strange and seemingly crazy imaginings of Wonderland.
Bush said he was there to remind the country what strong leadership means.
"Newsweek" was there on the day of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation.
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Robin Williams's death changed the conversation around suicide and brought unprecedented attention to mental health resources.
Police arrested at least 23 people late Monday night.
One man was shot Sunday night after a peaceful weekend of street protests to remember the black teenager.
A terrorist bomb was detonated at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995, killing 168 people.
The decision that made waves in 1973 is now a political tsunami.
The 70th anniversary of the end of WWII, known as Victory Day in Russia, is expected to be the biggest to date
"The world is on the brink of a new Cold War. Some say that it has already begun," said the former leader of the Soviet Union
Hans Modrow, East Germany's last communist leader, is still angry 25 years on as he recounts the chaos of his country's collapse
Research found that strong community bonds helped residents in 12 hard-hit neighborhoods in New York and New Jersey nearly two years after Superstorm Sandy
The Russian President condemns "aggressive nationalism" and "chauvinism" in Europe, as Latvia responds "look in the mirror"
The new film, which opened this year's Tribeca Film Festival, is a deep dive into Nas's life
The turnout was low and the message was mixed, but a few die-hard occupiers returned to the birthplace of Occupy Wall Street