While Trump has worried some that he spoke to Putin without any official record of it, the Kremlin tried to set the record straight.
Businessman, rockstar or protest-backing troublemaker—what Russian media expects from Washington's likely new man in Moscow, Jon Huntsman.
The Kremlin initially refused to respond to Barack Obama's last round of sanctions. Russian officials are now warning "retaliatory measures" may follow if they are not lifted.
The Department of Justice has not released the transcript, which has since been printed on a conservative news site.
A diplomatic cable sets out new demands for all nations to provide more traveler data to the U.S., or risk facing new sanctions.
"I have great respect for Russia," Trump said during a speech at Miss Universe in Moscow.
Russia insists it's time to stop involving Moscow in the allegations surrounding President Donald Trump's son.
By Trump Jr.’s own admission, he expected Azerbaijani businessman Aras Agalarov to supply him with incriminating evidence against Clinton, via a middleman.
Russia's upcoming nearby drill has been described as a "simulation" for an attack on its Baltic neighbors.
Trump’s advisers are “fundamentally unable to tie their own shoelaces” and Putin must think it is “beautiful,” according to an ex-Soviet sleeper agent.
Congressman Darrell Issa has brought the Antony Castro's case to the attention of the State Department.
The Russian leader said Trump is a good listener, answers and thinks fast enough.
Trump is positive he will visit London but there's still no date set.
Russian senators, parliament members and media were quick to note the positives even before the meeting was over.
Reversing sanctions introduced by Obama would "reward the Kremlin for its bad behaviour," Republican and Democratic letter pleads.
The claims come a week after the Pentagon announced it observed what appear to be preparations for a new chemical attack at a Syrian government airfield.
Russia's deputy foreign minister accused the U.S. of "escalation" by backing South Korea.
"Fake news" is holding back the Russia-U.S. special relationship, according to Sergey Ryabkov.
A survey has found declining positive attitudes to Israel among the young, African-Americans and Latinos.
How and when the meeting goes ahead depends on Putin's already busy schedule, the Kremlin asserts.
"Allies should invest more in defense not to please the United States but because it is in their own interest," NATO's Jens Stoltenberg said.
The president wants a full bilateral meeting, but his advisers would prefer a "pull-aside," sources say.
Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev signed the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty in 1987. Now Republican hawks want to scrap it.
Russian state-run Gazprom voiced concern over its controversial European pipeline plans.
The video Vladimir Putin showed Stone showed what he said it did, according to the Kremlin.
Russia made threats to retaliate in several ways after the U.S. Navy shot down a Syrian regime aircraft Monday.