President Donald Trump put together an impromptu episode of "Drunk History" on Wednesday during a cabinet meeting when he explained how "Russia used to be the Soviet Union" but then "Afghanistan made it Russia" because they invaded in 1979.

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Poland, which has had a Russian boot on its windpipe for much of its history, wants U.S. troops to build a big military installation in its country — and the Pentagon is proceeding cautiously.

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On the night of October 24, 1973, came the dreaded words: Assume Defcon 3.

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Attention, people of Cuba: Obey the orders of the U.S. Army, or suffer the consequences.

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Mikoyan-Gurevich fighter jets, pressed into service by the Soviet Union during the early years of the Cold War, have been the backbone or Russian, North Vietnamese, and North Korean air forces for decades. MiGs are synonymous with the sneering, faceless commie baddies who stood in as America’s fictional film foes, from Top Gun to Air Force One — and now you can finally have one parked in your backyard.

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