Michael and Robert Rosenberg became orphans when their notorious parents were executed for espionage. Then what happened?
The captured crew were beaten and nearly starved in the 1968 incident that almost led to another war—and the ship remains in North Korea.
Thanks to a Cold War strategy called ‘Atoms for Peace,’ President Eisenhower laid the foundations for the Iranian nuclear weapons program.
In April 2018, it was announced that the island nation long ruled by dictator Fidel Castro and his family would get a new leader: Miguel Díaz-Canel.
Some blame Mikhail Gorbachev for the collapse of the Soviet Union. But the economy and political structure were already in deep decay.
First came the botched press conference. Then the actions of an angry, tired secret police officer who thought he had nothing to lose. Soviet reaction wasn't good.
What does the United States want to be to the world?
The last time Russia skipped the Olympics, it was due to a fringe group encouraging mass defections of its athletes.
The fears he raised about the future of the nation—including excessive debt, hyper-partisanship and foreign interference in elections—were remarkably prescient.
Why Korea was split at the 38th parallel after World War II.