This week's question: With U.S.-Russia tensions at a high, the Russian ambassador to the U.S. has complained that no one in Washington — including House majority and minority leaders and Vice President Mike Pence — is willing to meet and talk with him. If Ambassador Anatoly Antonov were to write a memoir about his lonely life in D.C., what title could he give it?
Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Old fight
THE WINNER: "The Spy Who Was Left in the Cold"
Jay Ripps, Mill Valley, California
SECOND PLACE: "Very Quiet on the Western Front"
Anthony C. Chiarella, Oradell, New Jersey
THIRD PLACE: "From Russia Without Love"
Alan Levy, New York City
"Clear and Present Stranger"
Jennifer Keifer, Danvers, Massachusetts
"I'm So Lonesome I Could Spy"
Janine Witte, New Hope, Pennsylvania
"Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Bye"
Ivan Kershner, Salem, South Carolina
"Stall of the President's Men"
Louis Himmelstein, Novato, California
"Washington Is Colder Than Moscow"
James Cole, New York City
"My Own Private Siberia"
Cynthia J. McCorkindale, Bethel, Connecticut
Ellen C. Cohen, New York City
"The Silence of the Uncle Sams"
Douglas D. Hawk, Denver
"From Cold War to Cold Shoulder"
Kevin Gillogly, Thousand Oaks, California
"The Quiet Americans"
Ray Schuster, Sonoma, California
"Caviar for One"
Bill Picker, Mount Kisco, New York
"Nyetworking: Getting to 'Da'"
Ellen Bianchini, Gloucester, Massachusetts
"None of the President's Men"
Kathy Moore, Middleton, Wisconsin
Ken Kellam III, Dallas