Russia's emergency services accidentally drenched police outside Moscow, while practicing to fight fires ahead of the opening of the World Cup.
Achilles the psychic cat dismissed expert opinions and predicted glory for the hosts in Thursday's game against Saudi Arabia.
But human rights groups don't plan to.
Tensions are rising between NATO and Russia.
Russia is already thinking about how it can get involved in North Korea.
Israel believes that Iranian forces have moved away from its border. But have they?
“For [Kim], nuclear weapons are a guarantee of his safety.”
The U.S. government added three Russians and five companies said to be linked to Moscow's security forces.
U.S. air presence over the Black Sea angered Moscow.
The U.S. State Department demanded an end to the hostilities as the conflict entered its fifth year.
The lobby group Victims of Communism says it was an attempt to promote a "revisionist history of the Soviet Union."
Trump is heading into the G7 summit, having started a Twitter spat with Canada and France, brandishing tariffs on them and other U.S. allies.
Putin had time to share his favorite “joke” about Donald Trump.
Russia's national side's new world ranking is its worst ever and the worst of all World Cup participants. Its first opponent will be the second lowest-ranked team.
Volunteers from Russia's Cossack communities will help police during the tournament but will they interfere with gay fans?
Putin's plans for North Korea sound a lot like President Trump's.
Secretary James Mattis is pushing for NATO to establish 30 land battalions, 30 air fighter squadrons, and 30 navy ships, including destroyers, to be ready to launch a fight against Russia.