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  FBI arrests 10 in alleged Russian spy ring

Russia says U.S. spy ring allegations 'baseless'

U.S. allegations that Russian spies have been working undercover in the U.S. for years are "baseless and improper," Russia's foreign ministry said Tuesday. Full story

Analysis: Arrests show U.S.-Russia spies' covert war lives on

Invisible ink, false identities, secret codes. Full story

Russia's Foreign Ministry says US arrests of alleged Russian spies is throwback to Cold War

Russia's Foreign Ministry says US arrests of alleged Russian spies is throwback to Cold War. Full story

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  Spycraft, magic and misdirection collide

Rachel Maddow interviews Robert Wallace, retired CIA officer and author of "The Official CIA Manual of Trickery and Deception."

  Obama Reaganesque in opposition to nukes

Rachel Maddow reviews some of the details of President Barack Obama's new nuclear vision and international negotiations and the similarity of that vision to Ronald Reagan's.

  A step towards ending ‘Cold War thinking’

The signing of President Barack Obama’s nuclear arms reduction treaty eliminate one-third of U.S. and Russia stockpiles. Between them, the former Cold War rivals control 90 percent of the world’s nuclear weapons. Former Defense Secretary William Cohen discusses.

  Placing focus on nuclear warfare  

Lawrence Bender talks about his documentary, “Countdown to Zero,” which highlights the threat of nuclear terrorism.

  Looking back at the ‘miracle on ice’

NBC’s Tom Brokaw takes a look at the impact, even today, of the epic, Cold War-era matchup between the United States and the Soviet Union at the Lake Placid Games in 1980.

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