The Russian government has owned the Killenworth mansion on Long Island since after World War II, using it as a weekend retreat for its United Nations delegation and Russian diplomats. But recent tension between the U.S. and Russia has the potential to change that. Meta Viers & Patrick Gleason/McClatchy
The Russian government has owned the Killenworth mansion on Long Island since after World War II, using it as a weekend retreat for its United Nations delegation and Russian diplomats. But recent tension between the U.S. and Russia has the potential to change that. Meta Viers & Patrick Gleason/McClatchy

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