The purpose of this compilation is to lay out, as systematically as possible, the evidence that supports, or refutes, key claims made about official Russian meddling in the U.S. election -- let readers decide themselves how they would answer the three key questions. Did the Russian government or its affiliates interfere in the 2016 election? If the Russian government or its affiliates did interfere, did they intervene in favor of Trump and against his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton? Did Donald Trump or any of his associates collude with the Russian government or its affiliates to win the 2016 election?
Israel Arbeiter had to go back — to Auschwitz where he barely survived, and Treblinka, where his parents were murdered. He went seeking peace, but found little of it.
US intervention in 2001 was cheered in the north, and the Taliban swiftly beaten. But a returning reporter finds the Islamic extremists filtering back, and hope flickering.
Where do the Urals and where does Siberia start? We tried to find out. (A lot of Russians didn’t know.)
Globe editor David Filipov took to Boston Harbor to honor the man who taught him to sail.
As work on the Bushehr power plant has progressed, so have Iran's efforts to obtain nuclear weapons technology, according to a Russian scientist who has worked on the venture, as well as several former high-level Russian officials.
Nikolai Bogdanov hobbled painfully down the dark, moldy corridor of the tuberculosis ward, through the thick clouds of cigarette smoke, past dozens of men in flannel shirts, jeans, and slippers, many of them with faces as gaunt and sallow as his own.
A holiday fable, told by a tree that would soon bear a star. "I stretch my limbs and preen. I am a perfect specimen, in ideal shape, a tad over 7 feet tall... The competition is stiff. I am one of 10,000 evergreens that grow on 10 acres at Vandervalk Tree Farm in Mendon, a small town beyond the southwestern reaches of Interstate 495."
2017 started out with an air of wild optimism I’ve rarely seen in Moscow. A year later, only two things seem inevitable: On March 18, Vladimir Putin will be reelected president by a wide margin. And no turnaround in the course of U.S.-Russian affairs is in sight.
Many Russian speakers in eastern Ukraine yearn for the motherland, but Andrei Mikhailev has one of the shortest paths to reunification.
Stories from some of the spectators at the race.
Deep underground in a facility built to withstand a nuclear onslaught against Moscow, there’s an echo of tensions then and now.
When Michayla Baker makes music for her cancer-stricken mother, everyone stops to listen.
Jenna was all of 11 the night three years ago when she told her father as he was tucking her in that she wanted to race stock cars. It is an age when kids say they want to be astronauts or rock stars or major league ballplayers — when they grow up.
The State Duma, Russia’s lower house of Parliament, voted to ban a few American media outlets from reporting inside its walls. Here’s a look inside.