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.
Gabbard campaign volunteers reported that a number of signs were vandalized to include a hammer-and-sickle symbol.
The protest along the border with China on August 23 to call for freedom is a homage to actions across the Baltic states in 1989.
In contrast to some other presidents, Bush understood the difficult nuances of Gorbachev's position.
Rudenko was a trailblazer for women in sport and remembered for saving children from the besieged city of Leningrad in World War II.
Franklin D. Roosevelt wanted art to help build appreciation for Arab culture and counter pro-Israel influence on U.S. foreign policy.
The Soviet Union's last leader gave a rare interview on the 25th anniversary of its collapse.
The group has vowed to bring "several hundred" riders to Berlin by May 9.
The European offshoot of Lollapalooza is set to take place in the park on September 10 and 11.
"Europe may not be able to cope with another frozen conflict," the ex-president said.
Russia's Foreign Ministry called a contest for the best response.
"Stalin's face is at Arbatskaya, this is not a joke," Russians wrote on Twitter.
The bill has been inspired by Soviet legal framework, its author said.
Putin hailed the final leader of the Soviet Union as a great statesman.
The Russian leader compared the Soviet code of ethics to the Bible.
Former CAPO agent Uno Puusepp has been unveiled as a double agent for Russia's FSB
"Dust" by Nadav Kander explores the ruins of former Soviet nuclear testing facilities.