Numerous studies have found the center of global influence moving from the West to the East.
Despite President Donald Trump's initial vows to rebuild broken ties between Russia and the U.S., the world's two leading military powers have been at major odds.
The Tupolev Tu-22M3M supersonic long-range strategic bomber reportedly flew for 37 minutes and reached an altitude of over 4,920 feet.
"The freshman class as an aggregate will have more power than the leadership," said Democratic Representative Ro Khanna.
Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi said that "a dramatic shift of the global center of power is taking place now from the West to the East," where Russia, China, India and Iran would rule.
From missiles capable of "delivering cargo to any part of the world" to female soldiers who "will blow your head away," the Russian military is setting up an exciting 2019.
A defense source told Russian state media that "the underwater trials of the nuclear propulsion unit of the Poseidon drone are underway."
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that "there is no doubt that there can be no winners in a nuclear war and it should never be unleashed."
A new report evaluates the impact and likelihood of wars in the South China Sea, the Middle East, Korean Peninsula, Europe, Latin America, South Asia and more.
Over 18,000 exercises and training sessions were conducted in the past year and new ones are being planned for 2019, Russia's defense minister said.
"This is nothing less than a power grab by Republicans," said Catherine Vaughan of Flippable. "It flies in the face of what voters decided in November and obstructs the democratic process by circling the wagons around systemic conservative efforts to gerrymander Wisconsin and restrict voter access."
Russia and China's efforts to boost bilateral ties have also drawn other regional powers, but Asia's complex political dynamics meant there were no clear alliances.
John Bolton, Trump's national security adviser, has laid out the administration's strategy for Africa.
"We are builders of peace and not war," Venezuelan Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino said.
Chinese Senior Colonel Dai Xu said "we won't allow U.S. warships to create disturbance" and "should be ready to take over Taiwan."
Some areas of North Carolina got up to 16 inches of snow from the storm.
Russia's new stealth jet is reportedly set to be equipped with hypersonic missiles said to be invincible to all current defense systems.
The U.S. Navy sailed near the Peter the Great Bay "to challenge Russia's excessive maritime claims" a week after taking on China in the South China Sea.
Russian lawmakers think their nuclear doctrine should include "taking a decision to retaliate in case of enemy use of hypersonic and other strategic conventional weapons."
Is Venezuela really sponsoring terrorist groups? Analysts believe the Republican-led initiative is founded on nebulous claims.
As the U.S. seeks to rearrange troops to confront Russia and China abroad, the two powers are growing their presence in Africa.
Around 100 trees were reported downed around the city, Cincinnati Parks reported.
The U.S. "might struggle to win, or perhaps lose, a war against China or Russia," according to the document.
A New Orleans concert venue is offering a $3,500 cash reward to identify the person distributing a racist, Nazi swastika flyer for a "whites only" concert event.
The Chinese military said the drills "cultivate the willingness and capability of the two militaries to carry out disaster relief operations."
General Joseph Dunford said Russia and China "can challenge our ability to project power and challenge us in all domains."
The teacher racked up a bill of more than $2,100.