Russian serial killer dubbed "maniac of Angarsk" convicted of 56 murders
Popkov, one of Russia's deadliest serial killers and nicknamed the "maniac of Angarsk," killed his victims with axes, knives or screwdrivers, police said.
Thanks to HBO, more tourists are flocking to the eerie Chernobyl nuclear disaster site
The surge in bookings has also raised questions over how to commemorate a disaster that killed thousands.
Russian disinformation on YouTube draws ads, lacks warning labels: researchers
Fourteen Russia-backed YouTube channels spreading disinformation have been generating billions of views and millions of dollars in advertising revenue, according to researchers, and had not been labeled as state-sponsored, contrary to the world's most popular streaming service's...
Russian state-run media took Trump’s July 4 event as an opportunity to ‘troll’ the U.S.
Russian television hosts mocked the military equipment that will appear at the “Salute for America” on Thursday, saying that the tanks and other armored vehicles had “paint peeling off” and required “adhesive tape.”
The Arctic will not survive Russia's wave of industrialization; nuclear submarine in flames.
This is not the diary I wanted to write. Though it includes snippets of the research I wanted to share, it is not what I had been working on for the past few days, obviously. I am rushing this diary through as I had most of the research already and...
In Ukraine, a radioactive nuclear ghost town near Chernobyl is a hot destination
Once unthinkable, guided tours of Pripyat — once a closed Soviet city for Chernobyl workers — and a former missile base are in growing demand.
Putin says Russia ready to deploy new hypersonic nuclear missile
Russia has said the new missile system is highly maneuverable, allowing it to easily evade missile defense systems.