A bill in Russia would ban people from publicly comparing the Soviet Union's actions during World War II to Nazi Germany's.
Vladimir Gromov realized the USSR's unquenchable hunger for documentation left the system with very little capacity to actually check the validity of the reams of paper they were accumulating.
Igor Stepanov is looking to curb the resurgence of popularity in the Soviet dictator, who died in 1953.
The Green New Deal, claimed Gorka, is a "Watermelon. Green on the outside, deep, deep red communist on the inside."
Limbaugh has compared key Democratic figures to ruthless dictators numerous times through the years.
Millions of people died in the Gulags.
Hannity, who regularly speaks to President Donald Trump, said Mueller's investigation was "rocking our system of justice to its very core."
Kazakhstan was one of the last countries to keep the controversial alphabet ordered by Russia.
Communism, like Christianity, preaches "freedom, brotherhood, equality," he said.
Whatever the historical context, most of the Kremlin's agents "have always been true servants of the state and patriots," the former KGB officer said.
In 1941, two small Malyutka vessels dropped off radar while on duty in Russia's Far East.
If Putin wins and serves all six years, he will be Russia's longest-serving leader since Joseph Stalin.
The BK-31 vessel, sunk during the most critical stage of the Nazi siege, shows how close Stalingrad came to defeat during one of the war's bloodiest battles.
Most Russians, Putin's predecessors and Lenin's own wife wanted the revolutionary leader buried—yet his embalmed body is still in its mausoleum.
The talk show's hosts and guests questioned Trump's understanding of the First Amendment and said whispers are spreading that he should be removed from office.
Approximately 50 percent of Russians have never heard of or do not believe that the Soviet Union agreed to split Poland with Adolf Hitler.
The mummified body of the Bolshevik leader still holds a potent hold over the Russian people.
Poland is removing all statues and memorials to totalitarian regimes, including those to Soviet soldiers.
A Russian senator has even suggested that Polish politicians in favor of the law should be placed under sanctions.
He has no intention of emulating Gorbachev and leaving office without a battle.
Soviet victory did not require help from Allies, the majority of Russians believe.
Should Moscow pay Vilnius, or Vilnius pay Moscow, for World War II?
The West underestimates Russians' ties to Ukraine, lingering affection for Stalin and their anti-Semitism.
President Vladimir Putin has previously been critical of the Soviet state's founder, but Russians don't seem to agree.
The Mask of Grief monument was built in 1996 at the site on the route to a labor camp.