The Human Causes of the World's Crippling Megafires
I went to northern Russia, where a group of volunteer firefighters showed me how they combat the huge blazes threatening our planet.
Wester van Gaal
Yes, Priests Air-Bombed a Russian City with Holy Water to Stop All the 'Drinking' and 'Fornication'
It did not work.
Experts Want to Give Control of America's Nuclear Missiles to AI
If America is attacked with a nuclear bomb, artificial intelligence would automatically fire back even if everyone in the country is dead.
That Deadly Nuclear Blast in Russia Happened While Trying to Rescue a Lost Missile From the Ocean Floor
The blast, which killed seven people and wounded many others, is thought to be connected to the experimental nuclear-powered "Skyfall" cruise missile.
Russia Just Sent This Robot, Which Can Shoot Guns, Into Space
Meet "Fyodor", which will arrive at the International Space Station on Saturday and definitely won't become self aware.
It Sure Looks Like Russia Is Trying to Cover Up Fallout From the Skyfall Nuclear Missile Accident
Russian intelligence officers reportedly forced doctors treating the injured to sign non-disclosure agreements.
Neo-Nazis Are Selling the New Zealand Shooter's Racist Screed for $4 on Telegram
The manifesto that inspired El Paso is now a hardcover book.
Between Europe's Borders
Inside the Snowy World of Scandinavia's Enduring Indigenous Culture
Photographer Hedda Rysstad spent time in northern Norway with young Sámis, whose existence and language were repressed and marginalised for decades.
This Is What It's Like to Watch the Arctic Die
There is no talk of international intrigue among people living and working in the Arctic, only dread of what a warming planet might mean.
Craig S. Smith
FaceApp Isn't Creepy Because It's Russian, It's Creepy Because It's Capitalist
Instagram Users Are Flocking to This Beautiful Chemical Waste Dump in Siberia
A polluted lake in the Siberian town of Novosibirsk has become a popular Russian social media destination.
Dodgy Drug Charges Are Being Used to Silence Russia's Opposition
If you're a journalist or an activist in Russia, drugs can magically appear in your backpack.