Donald Trump may be incompetent, but his characterization of our foreign conflicts as profoundly misguided has more than a little merit.
Vladimir Putin says his country will leave the INF Treaty, but deploy intermediate-range nuclear missiles only if Washington does so.
The president's former lawyer will serve time for an array of crimes, including lying to Congress and violating campaign finance laws.
Economic and cyber attacks have ratcheted up tensions with both China and Russia, creating a global tinderbox that could blow at any time.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls Putin to express sorrow over the plane's loss, but insists that Syria bears responsibility for the downing of the Il-20 electronic intelligence plane.
The defense secretary condemns Russia's efforts to build opposition to an upcoming vote that could pave the way for the Balkan nation to join NATO, a move Moscow opposes.
Among those taken into custody is organizer Alexei Navalny, the anti-corruption campaigner and Putin's most prominent foe.
The leaders of Russia, Iran and the Hezbollah group in Lebanon say the Western attack has damaged prospects for a political settlement to the country's seven-year conflict.
New cuts to the number of British envoys in Russia escalate a dispute with the West over the poisoning of an ex-spy in Britain.