Vladimir Putin is living la vie en roses. The Russian president on Monday met with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron on the Côte d’Azur — and he didn’t come empty-handed. The despot was spotted handing a classy bouquet of roses and baby’s breath to French first l ady Brigitte Macron, on the steps of Fort...
Election Watch: From Russia to Racism The Democrats don’t need to spend even “a dime” on the 2020 presidential election, snarks Frank Miele in RealClearPolitics. “They have almost the entire mainstream media doing free infomercials for them, and with just about” the same level of “reliability as you would expect from those ads for Miss...
Assistant Speaker of the House Ben Ray Luján, D-N.M., became the highest ranking Democrat in the House to support moving forward with impeachment proceedings against President Trump, claiming that Trump is “abdicating his responsibility to defend our nation from Russian attacks.”
The Pentagon announced Monday that the military conducted a test over the weekend of a type of missile that previously had been banned for the last 30 years under a treaty between the United States and Russia.
Four Russia-based nuclear monitoring stations that monitor radioactive particles in the atmosphere have mysteriously gone quiet after an August 8 explosion at a Russian missile testing facility, an explosion that has sparked confusion and concerns about possible increases in radiation levels, according to the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that there's no risk of increased radiation levels following a deadly blast at a military site in Northern Russia earlier this month that killed at least five people.
Russia's Norilsk smelter complex and a town in South Africa's eastern coal mining province have the highest sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions in the world, according to satellite data from U.S. space agency NASA.
Vladimir Putin rebuked his French counterpart on Monday, saying he did not want "yellow vest" protests spring up like in France, after Emmanuel Macron urged the Russian leader to abide by democratic principles following weeks of protests in Moscow.
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