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.
President Petro Poroshenko arrives in Washington, vowing to help Trump avoid “injustice” from Putin.
All passengers have been evacuated from the ferry that connects Nantucket to the mainland.
As Trump cuts budgets for scientific research, China's soar.
The measure will force President Donald Trump to get Congress approval before easing sanctions on Russia.
The U.S. chopper reportedly triggered its automatic defense system, setting off flares.
The Russian leader complained of encirclement by Western powers and said Moscow can and will strike back in the case of any foreign attack.
The Senate wants to give lawmakers more say over any changes to Russia sanctions as Donald Trump’s Russian scandal continues.
Moscow learned a lesson of the U.S. double standard on “terrorism,” Putin said in Oliver Stone's four-hour film of interviews with the Russian president.
The proposed legislation could come to a vote as soon as this week.
Jeff Sessions will appear before the Senate's intelligence committee on Tuesday.
This year, the country has carried out 10 missile tests troubling neighboring countries.
France wants the Security Council to back an African force aimed at fighting Al-Qaeda and ISIS-linked groups in the Sahel.
The three Americans were killed when a guard opened fire with an M-16 rifle.
"NATO is a mere instrument of U.S. foreign policy,” the Russian president added.
As the U.S. investigates allegations of Russian interference in its election, Moscow officials are now making the opposite claim.
Putin’s spokesman said Moscow wants to hear Trump’s opinion after his deputy accused Russia of “efforts to redraw international borders by force.”
"This assertion has absolutely nothing to do with reality," Putin’s spokesman said.
American forces are currently deployed to the region for a series of exercises with NATO allies.
Former diplomats fact-check remarks made by the Russian president in interviews with NBC's Megyn Kelly.
Trump’s use of the term "travel ban" and references to Muslims being its target have previously informed rulings against the executive order.
Igor Sechin's comments follow similar claims from Putin himself.
A Kremlin aide said the deal was “unworkable” without the U.S., while Putin said America must still curb carbon emissions despite the Paris pullout.
The Russian president started with a comment about "American imperialism" causing Moscow's bad weather but soon got agitated by Kelly's line of questioning.
Both men attended a campaign event at the Mayflower Hotel in D.C.