The "intriguing" game was found in what may be a hidden passageway.
“Security is never a finished job,” said Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg. “Our adversaries are determined, creative and well-funded.”
Moscow postal worker Ilya Sidorov facing three years of hard labor for taking part in the infamous Blue Whale Challenge.
Russia's foreign minister gave his thoughts on the odds of an armed clash and said Russian meddling claims show Washington does not "respect the American choice at all."
Russia will mobilize up to 300,000 troops, more than 1,000 aircraft, around 80 warships and some 36,000 vehicles.
Kremlin critics are setting up rallies against one of Russia's least popular policies in years.
Russian space agency head Dmitry Rogozin said he is not ruling out “deliberate interference in space.”
Russia's low life expectancy means many retirees would get to see only a few years of their pensions paid out—and Russians aren't having it.
Up to 2 million civilians and opposition fighters await a Syrian military assault on the Islamist-held province of Idlib, a move championed by Russia and criticized by the West.
Russia's top diplomat warned the U.S. "not to play with fire" as Moscow rallied forces in support of the Syrian regime.
A private hire tank ride on the St. Petersburg waterfront went horribly wrong when two children fell under the tracks.
Earlier in the week, reports claimed U.S. officials had sought to establish dialogue with Moscow ahead of the State Department's new sanctions.
The man behind early color photographs of Leo Tolstoy and pre-revolutionary Russia, Prokudin-Gorsky was born 155 years ago today.
General Terrence O’Shaughnessy said the U.S. now faces "adversaries that are actually able to reach out and touch us."
The active exoskeleton will be part of the third-generation soldier armor, slated to be completed in 2025.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the idea a troll farm could blemish U.S. elections "makes a mockery" of American politics.
Daniil Markin reposted an image comparing the return of "Game of Thrones" character John Snow to Jesus Christ, and now he faces the possibility of five years in jail.
At Army-2018 Russia had several examples of its cutting-edge kit and concepts on show, but can the military actually afford any of it?
Only a minority of Russians regard LGBT activists as people who "do not pursue destructive goals," according to the survey.
Thomas de Thomon helped design impressive parts of St. Petersburg, but the city's statue of him looks a lot like a Scottish chemist 13 years his junior.
Putin will visit Austria for the second time in three months, despite the strain put on EU-Russian relations after Russia's annexation of Crimea.
Shortly after a top LGBT activist in Russia posted a copy of a letter permitting his event, officials began to suggest they would pull the plug.
Vladimir Putin is looking for ideas to jump-start the economy and increase spending, but one rumored plan is already costing oligarchs billions.