By Irene Plagianos LOWER MANHATTAN — Manhattan has its own piece of drunk history. Workers digging in the Financial District last week unearthed a trove of liquor bottles more than 200 years old — some
Foreign correspondent Damien McElroy joins Ukraine's ragtag army on the border with Russia where they are tasked with defending the Motherland against Russia and a war that neither side want Ukraine has
Russia soldiers finally stage assault on Crimea's Belbeck army base, arresting the brigade's commanding officer The men of the 204th Tactical Aviation Brigade had been waiting for the storm for weeks.
The Russian Navy said Saturday that it took over Ukraine’s only submarine, based in Sevastopol, Crimea. It is now part of Russia’s historic Black Sea Fleet and brings the number of Russian subs stationed
In the face of strong Western criticism and sanctions brought against Russia for its annexation of Crimea, President Vladimir Putin, increasingly popular at home, is looking for ways to expand his country's
World Russia has amassed enough forces on Ukraine’s border to reach Moldova’s vulnerable Trans-Dniester region, NATO’s top military commander warned on Sunday. Moscow has mobilized a “very, very sizeable