In his latest state-of-the-union address, the Russian president says he's willing to deploy weapons that could put Americans in harm's way.
Tensions between the rival superpowers continue to escalate, and perhaps the greatest victim of their conflict will be planet Earth itself.
The announcement comes one day after the president criticized "ridiculous partisan investigations" in his State of the Union address.
In 1919, 35,000 shipyard workers brought a city to a standstill. Their protest holds lessons for teachers, Google employees and more.
Vladimir Putin says his country will leave the INF Treaty, but deploy intermediate-range nuclear missiles only if Washington does so.
Prosecutors claim the Trump confidante has provided them with financial records, emails, computer hard drives and more.
Analysts fear the demise of the Cold War-era Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty could trigger a new arms race.
The South American nation's military holds center stage in the global debate over who holds a legitimate claim to power.
Trump is right: Russia’s Afghan misadventure is a remarkably logical place to start when considering the present U.S. debacle there.