The State Department has spent $0 of its allocated $120 million to fight Russian election meddling.
"Thank God we have the internet, thank God we have Facebook,” Salvini said.
Ksenia Sobchak, who is rumored to be Putin's goddaughter, wants to bring Russia closer to the U.S., the EU and NATO.
A lucky break from Dutch spies led to the infiltration of one of Russia's most notorious hacking groups.
He also condemned the network's use of "selective clips ... edited and shaped to promote a certain story."
The Vermont senator remains the most popular politician in America, according to a recent Harvard-Harris poll.
Helpful hackers proved they can easily mess with voting machines and databases. That's not the only worry, a new study finds.
An in-depth look at America’s election system shows how woefully unprepared the nation is for another attack.
Mugabe, the world’s oldest head of state at 93, is running for reelection in 2018. If he wins, he’ll stay in power until he’s 99.
In Indonesia's capital, an estimated 1,000 people showed their support for the Christian Ahok, who has been sentenced to two years in prison.
According to polls, liberal Moon Jae-in is likely to sweep to victory.
When the Nazi Party won a landslide victory in 1933, they called it a miracle, but everyone else smelled a rat.
Republicans changed the rules to exclude as many Democratic voters as they could.
A new exhibit explores how images, “from press prints to selfies,” have played into presidential campaigns in the last half century.
If you're voting for a candidate you're absolutely 100 percent happy with, the system has failed.
School children dress up as politicians to mock the likes of Boris Johnson and David Cameron in the Green Party's election broadcast.
No familiar ruling coalition looks tenable.
Pierre Louis Opont, president of Haiti's electoral council, said the runoff vote was being pushed back for security reasons.
From Russia to Iran, from Taiwan to the Congo, voters get to flex their muscles.