NASA officials said Monday that Opportunity drove 157 feet over the weekend, which was enough to surpass the miles covered by the Soviet Union’s Lunokhod 2 rover.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas will visit Ukraine this month and meet with leaders of the protest movement that forced out the country’s pro-Russian president
American astronaut Reid Wiseman is training for a trip to the International Space Station in three weeks. But first, he spoke with CBS 11 News from his base in Star City, Russia.
A top White House aide says it’s possible that Russia could invade eastern Ukraine, and even U.S. military assistance would be unlikely to prevent it.
As Russian flags fluttered in the breeze and retirees grew weepy at the thought of reuniting with Russia, residents of Ukraine’s Crimea region held a secession vote Sunday.
Less than five years after stepping on an improvised explosive device while on patrol in Afghanistan, the retired U.S. Marine sergeant is serving his country again overseas — in the sporting arena.
Despite a recent truce in fighting the unrest in Ukraine is on the mind of those in the North Texas’ Ukrainian community. At a church service Wednesday night people prayed for friends and family living in the middle of the chaos.
The K&C Masterpiece is prepping for their show and listening to Russian lesbian couple Tatu while discussing the lifestyle considerations in the Olympic host country.
Fast five, Thursday edition: Things you’ll want to know about the 2014 Winter Olympics.
President Obama’s first two defense secretaries questioned his Syria strategy and said they would have told him not to seek approval for a strike on President Assad’s forces.
Russia voiced strong skepticism Saturday about the autopsy on a 3-year-old adopted Russian boy in Ector County and demanded further investigation as thousands rallied in Moscow to support the Kremlin ban on U.S. adoptions of Russian children.
A Fort Worth adoption agency is now part of a story that’s gained international attention. The story centers around the death of 3-year old Max Shatto, a Russian boy who died last month after he was adopted by a West Texas family.