On the 40th anniversary of the "Miracle on Ice," the sports and political worlds paid tribute to the U.S. team that pulled off one of the greatest upsets in sports history.
A Soviet missile test range rumored to be experimenting with "laser weapons" was buzzed by a mutating, green UFO in the summer of 1978. The CIA managed to gather some details in a newly declassified intelligence report.
Gabbard campaign volunteers reported that a number of signs were vandalized to include a hammer-and-sickle symbol.
"Essentially they colluded with Hitler. This is clear from documents, archival documents," Putin told Russian defense leaders at a meeting earlier this week.
Gorbachev, an advocate for nuclear disarmament, said, "The key to resolving security issues lies not in weapons, but in politics."
Gibney told Newsweek that some of the parallels between the rise of Putin and that of Trump are "ineluctable."
The ants had fallen down a ventilation pipe and survived for years by feasting on their nestmates corpses.
Gorbachev signed several pivotal anti-nuclear proliferation agreements with the U.S. during his time as the last leader of the Soviet Union.
The Soviet Union launched a dog known as Laika into orbit on November 3, 1957.
Trump is dismantling a U.S.-led global architecture built by four generations, paid for by thousands of American lives and trillions of dollars of investment.
The communist party dismissed the program as "an ideological tool" and called on the government to file a libel case against HBO.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said the efforts of the western Allies "should of course not be exaggerated."
'Fox & Friends' used its Monday morning program to condemn America's secondary education system for indoctrinating students into support of socialism -- a trend one retired professor says is leading to Soviet-style genocide.
"We cannot recall a more absurd misstatement of history by an American President," The Wall Street Journal wrote, criticizing the president for a rambling, dishonest characterization of the Soviet presence in Afghanistan.
"The reason Russia was in Afghanistan was because terrorists were going into Russia," Trump said. "They were right to be there."
In contrast to some other presidents, Bush understood the difficult nuances of Gorbachev's position.
The 1993 killing of Freddie Woodruff, the CIA branch chief in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, left unanswered questions. Texas lawyer Michael Pullara talks to Newsweek about his work to uncover the truth about Woodruff's death.
We can't allow political disagreements to divide us as we face down a resurgent, violent anti-Semitism.
Sergey Savitsky attacked a colleague he had been living with for six months.
A private hire tank ride on the St. Petersburg waterfront went horribly wrong when two children fell under the tracks.
Legalization campaigner Zurab Japaridze, who filed the suit with the top court, hailed the decision as making Georgia "a freer country."
Rudenko was a trailblazer for women in sport and remembered for saving children from the besieged city of Leningrad in World War II.
President Trump will meet Putin on Monday in Helsinki, Finland.
Tooth fragments discovered in Berlin in 1945 belonged to Hitler, proving he died as the Allies approached.
The U.S.-made Catalina seaplane crashed in 1945, but it was not piloted by an American.
The ex-Russian spy and his daughter were hit with an attack that used 50-100 grams of Novichok, the head of the OPCW has said.
Vladimir Uglev identified the poison that hospitalized former double agent Sergei Skripal as Novichok.
She didn't travel abroad on a good ship, but Shirley Temple Black charmed the world in person just like she had on-screen.