Vladimir Putin's spokesman says the Kremlin does not know what "Russiagate" is.
The U.S. has designated the Al-Qaeda affiliated a "terrorist" group, despite its attempts to rebrand. However Russia has repeatedly accused Washington of sparing its militants.
After turning down the invite and sending Russia's foreign minister instead, the Kremlin unveiled Putin's alternative plans.
Clinton has condemned Trump for "embracing dictators like Russia’s Vladimir Putin."
Recent statements from Pyongyang have not been overwhelmingly enthusiastic on direct talks with Washington.
North Korea “will keep watching every move of the U.S,” after Nikki Haley’s “tongue-lashing.”
After Vladimir Putin's instructions, Moscow is preparing a lawsuit on consulate closure, Russia's deputy foreign minister says.
The Swedish military is kicking off its biggest exercise in almost a quarter of a century, while Russia and Belarus perform combat readiness drills nearby.
Donald Trump spends a great deal of time in his Mar-a-Lago resort, traveling there on seven weekends within his first 10 weeks in office.
Oil workers have got addicted to drugs during long shifts.
Reports that Putin is disillusioned with Trump are "naive," the Russian leader says.
Washington has closed a handful of diplomatic annexes and compounds.
"The stronger and the smarter one will show restraint," Russia's deputy foreign minister said.
Russia's foreign ministry has summoned a U.S. diplomat in Moscow to hand a formal note of protest.
Citgo represents around 5 percent of U.S. crude-oil refining capacity, and cash-strapped Venezuela is reportedly looking to hand it to Moscow.
The newly appointed ambassador spoke before the current U.S. government announced further sanctions on Russian diplomats.
Four U.S. Marine Corps’ F-35B Lightning II joined pilots from Japan and South Korea in a show of "ironclad commitment."
The B61-12 is planned to be the first U.S. precision-guided atomic bomb and is intended to minimize collateral damage.
Gorka said Trump would not back down from his agenda. “The question is, Are the people around him going to support him?” he said.
More sanctions will not curb North Korea's ambitions, Russia's deputy foreign minister said, but a U.S. military response will not do it either.