Russia conducted a successful flight test of a developmental anti-satellite missile on Wednesday that is capable of destroying satellites in orbit, American defense officials said.
A Ukrainian helicopter pilot known as the nation’s “Joan of Arc” was freed Wednesday after two years of imprisonment in exchange for two Russian servicemen.
The National Security Agency carried out electronic espionage against a senior Russian crime boss in a search for ties between organized crime groups and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Senate Armed Services Committee enforced a limit on the U.S. purchase of Russian rocket engines for national security space launches in a move that broke with the panel’s counterpart in the House.
A Russian company released its newest ice cream flavor called “Little Obama” as relations between D.C. and the Kremlin continue to chill.
Donald Trump received praise from Moscow Friday after detailing his foreign policy strategy in a widely publicized live address.
Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko ended a two-week hunger strike Tuesday after Kiev and Moscow negotiated her release from Russian prison Monday.
President Obama did not raise Russian military provocations against a Navy warship and Air Force intelligence jet last week during a phone call yesterday with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the White House disclosed Monday.