A Russian TV Station Is Comparing Michael Phelps' Cupping To DopingRussia's state TV introduced likened Phelps' cupping obsession with the effects of meldonium, a banned performance drug that's been found coursing through the blood of Russian athletes.
50 Years Later, Hotline To Moscow Still Relevant The Washington-Moscow Hot Line, used by U.S. and Russian leaders for frank discussions about crises including the 1967 Six-Day War and the Soviet Union's 1979 invasion of Afghanistan, marks its 50th birthday Thursday with the nations still grappling with competing interests in regional conflicts.
Russian Tank In His Backyard Isn't Unusual For ManFor most people, having a Russian tank and an anti-aircraft gun in the backyard would seem unusual. But for Union Bridge resident David Thrasher, it is all just part of his work.
Police: Son Suspected In Russian Woman's DeathAuthorities say the death of a Russian woman whose body was found months after she disappeared on a trip to Maryland has been ruled a homicide.