Report: Russia Should Be Listed As An 'Egregious' Violator Of Religious Freedom

World | Thomas Phippen
Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a signing ceremony following the talks with his Slovenian counterpart Borut Pahor at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, February 10, 2017. REUTERS/Alexander Zemlianichenko/Pool

Russia is an ‘ongoing and egregious violator of religious freedom’

Powerful Podesta Firm Withheld Key Details Of Russia, Trump Aide Links

Investigative Group | Mark Tapscott
John Podesta Getty Images/Justin Sullivan

‘Said nothing’

UNDER SIEGE: Ukraine Bans America's Leatheriest Direct-To-Video Badass

World | Eric Owens
Steven Seagal YouTube screenshot/ptyalisme

Vladimir Putin’s favorite thespian won’t be vacationing in Kiev anytime soon

Known Russian Extremist Now Carries Rifle As US Army Soldier

World | Saagar Enjeti
U.S. Army recruits practice patrol tactics while marching during U.S. Army basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C., Dec. 6, 2006. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shawn Weismiller)

‘A slave of the American Empire’

US Security Monitor In Ukraine Killed In Mine Explosion

National Security | Russ Read

The American man was monitoring security in Ukraine’s war-torn eastern regions

Making America Safe Again Through Smart Missile Defense

Opinion | Ken Blackwell
An unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile was launched at 4:36 a.m. PST during an operational test Dec. 17, 2013, from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The 30th Space Wing manages the Department of Defense's space and missile testing program, and launches satellites into polar orbit from the West Coast using expendable boosters. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Yvonne Morales/Released)

These global threats are real and rapidly evolving.

Putin Wants A New Space Race Against US Companies

Energy | Andrew Follett
Vladimir Putin (Credit: Frederic Legrand - COMEO /

‘We follow technological breakthroughs very carefully in the Kremlin’

Rex Tillerson Says Sanctions Against Russia Will Remain In Place

Politics | Chuck Ross

Democrats — and Russia — hardest hit

Trump's Visit With Czech President Helps Putin In Ukraine

Opinion | Gabriel Meyr

President Trump meeting with another Russia-friendly EU leader to get on board the Russian vision for Ukraine.

People Who Oppose Putin STILL Ending Up Dead In The Streets

World | Jacob Bojesson
Former lawmaker of the Russian State Duma Denis Voronenkov and his wife Maria Maksakova pose for a picture during a screening of the movie "Nemtsov" by Vladimir Kara-Murza in Kiev, Ukraine February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Oleksandr Synytsia

An ‘act of state terrorism’

Russian Weapons Sales Could Help China 'Contest U.S. Air Superiority'

World | Ryan Pickrell
An SU-35 military jet performs during the MAKS-2009 international air show in Zhukovsky outside Moscow August 21, 2009. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin

‘Significant consequences’

Former DNC Official Partnered With Convicted Bomb Maker To Investigate Trump

Politics | Chuck Ross

DNC opposition researcher worked with Brett Kimberlin

Sessions Met With Russia's Ambassador A Day After Meeting With Ukraine's

Politics | Chuck Ross
Donald Trump sits with U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York, U.S., October 7, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Segar/File Photo

Meetings occurred a week before Ukraine-Russia cease fire

A (Contrarian) View From Ukraine: Russian Sanctions

Opinion | Alexander Valchyshen

The West should study the Kremlin mindset if they are to effectively negotiate with a wily adversary.

Trump Associates Push Murky 'Peace Plan' With Russia To Lift Sanctions

World | Saagar Enjeti
US tycoon Donald Trump addresses a press

‘I want to stop a war, number one’

Ukraine Blames Russia For Literally Turning Off The Lights

Energy | Andrew Follett
A dirty coalminer displays a lump of coal as a power and energy source. Shutterstock/Joe Belanger

‘A state of emergency in the Ukrainian energy sector’

Top House Armed Services Dem Says Trump Needs To Ship Lethal Weapons To Ukraine

Politics | Jonah Bennett
Servicemen carry the coffins with the bodies of Ukrainian soldiers who died during fighting in the eastern Ukrainian town of Avdiivka, during a mourning ceremony on Independence Square in Kiev on February 1, 2017. The death toll from the latest escalation in fighting in Ukraine rose to 16 as international alarm rang out over the spike in bloodshed in the European Union's back yard. Government forces and pro-Russian separatists exchanged mortar and grenade fire for a fourth day around the flashpoint town of Avdiivka that sits just north of the rebels' de facto capital Donetsk in eastern Ukraine. Sergei/Supinsky/AFP/Getty Images.

‘As the conflict in Ukraine unfolds, the world will be watching you’