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How a former US Navy sailor became a Putin propagandist
Patrick Lancaster describes himself as an independent journalist. Critics say he's a foot soldier for Moscow's information war against Ukraine.
The situation in Ukraine is as clear as mud while Russian troops roll in [Updated]
'Every indication is that Russia continues to plan for a full-scale attack on Ukraine.'
Moscow orders Russian troops into Ukraine
Here we go.
‘No war pls’ — Gen Z is spamming Putin’s Instagram asking him not to start World War III
"I know you're in a silly goofy mood but please don't start ww3."
The next Russian invasion of Ukraine will be too big to hide, and Russia doesn’t care
No 'Little Green Men' this time.
Florida National Guard troops are somehow caught up in Russia’s showdown with Ukraine
Red Storm Rising.
Putin claims Russia is the first country with a COVID-19 vaccine
President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that Russia had become the first country in the world to grant regulatory approval to a novel coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine after less than two months of human testing, a move hailed by Moscow as evidence of its scientific prowess
The US reportedly warned Russia of blowback if it paid for bounties on American troops
The Kremlin was secretly warned by the U.S. State Department of potential blowback if it paid bounties for American troops killed in Afghanistan, people familiar with diplomatic channels said
Trump won’t say if he’s confronted Putin over Russia’s reported bounties on US troops
President Donald Trump on Monday would not say whether he's confronted Russian President Vladimir Putin over reports Russia paid Taliban-linked Afghan militants bounties to kill U.S. service members
Russia is trying to lure Trump into a dangerous prisoner swap over a Marine vet, intelligence officials say
Paul Whelan, the former U.S. Marine convicted on espionage charges in Moscow last week, will not pursue an appeal of his 16-year sentence and hopes instead to be returned to the U.S. in a prisoner swap, his lawyer said Tuesday
Trump and Putin commemorate 75th anniversary of when US and Soviet soldiers overcame differences during World War II
They marked the historic handshake by U.S. and Soviet troops on April 25, 1945.
Russia quarantines thousands of troops after calling off Red Square parade
Up to 15,000 troops were due to parade alongside military hardware on May 9 to mark the 75th anniversary of the Soviet Union's World War Two victory.
The US just designated a white supremacist group as ‘terrorists’ for the first time
The Russian Imperial Movement is "in the business of providing training to Neo-Nazis and white supremacists across Europe," the State Department said.
These Space Force action figures feature Trump and Obama teaming up to beat the Russians to Mars
No U.S military branch is complete without a line of gun-toting action figures, and with your help, the Space Force could finally get its plastic treatment … though with a few Sci-Fi twists.
Explosions in Russia Suggest Nuclear Weapon Development
Explosions in Russia in August 2019 suggest that Russia has been actively working to develop nuclear weapons.
Russian Orthodox priests not sure if blessing nuclear weapons a good idea after all
"The blessing of military weapons is not reflected in the tradition of the Orthodox Church and does not correspond to the content of the Rite."
Russia is trying to tear apart America’s veteran community. Don’t let them
Be careful out there.
Russian government resigns after Putin proposes constitutional changes
Putin's changes could extend his influence even after he leaves the presidency in 2024.
Putin personally oversaw Russia’s latest hypersonic missile test in Crimea
Some Western experts have questioned how advanced some of the weapons programs are.
Here’s why the Russian military has so many serious accidents
While every military has accidents, the Russian military appears to be more accident-prone than other great powers.
Trump and Putin discussed a new nuclear accord, Venezuela, and North Korea in an hour-long chat
President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke for more than an hour on Friday, discussing the possibility of a new nuclear accord, North Korean denuclearization, Ukraine and the political situation in Venezuela, the White House said
The Russians are screwing with the GPS system to send bogus navigation data to thousands of ships, think tank claims
The Russians have started hacking into the global navigation satellite system (GNSS) on a mass scale in order to confuse thousands of ships and airplanes about where they are, according to a study of false GNSS signals by C4AD
Russian state TV lists Pentagon, Camp David as targets for nuclear strike
The report, unusual even by the sometimes bellicose standards of Russian state TV, was broadcast on Sunday evening, days after President Vladimir Putin said Moscow was militarily ready for a "Cuban Missile"-style crisis if the United States wanted one.
Putin threatens to target the US with new weapons if it puts missiles in Europe
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned Wednesday that Russia will target the US with new weapons should Washington decide to deploy intermediate-range ballistic missiles (ICBMs) to Europe following the recent death of a Cold War-era arms control agreement
‘Mr. Putin Is a Slow Learner’ — Mattis Blasts Russian Aggression, Election Meddling
Editor’s Note: This article by Oriana Pawlyk originally appeared on Military.com, a leading source of news for the military and...