President Obama’s former vice president opted not to run for the presidency in 2016.
The Kremlin’s work with the U.S. would be “much simpler” if Democrats accepted the Republicans' victory at the polls, Putin said.
Gorkov is currently the head of Russia’s state national development bank.
Dana Rohrabacher, who once lost a drunken arm-wrestling fight with Putin, said he did not need any reminder to be cautious.
Donald Trump's National Security Adviser Flynn resigned over contact with Kislyak. Now Russia could be moving its man—and eyes are on the U.N.
“The proposal remains in place,” Finland’s ambassador to Russia has said.
Morell said it could freeze intelligence sharing with other nations—but at least it showed "the president was receiving his intelligence briefings regularly.”
Russian jets often fly near NATO territory, prompting scrambles. How is it able to make these reconnaissance flights?
“Use American newspapers for a variety of things, but you should not be reading them,” foreign ministry spokeswoman said.
Moscow blamed former President Barack Obama for souring the U.S. relationship with Russia just before he left office.
The arms package the U,S. is selling could surpass more than $300 billion over a decade to help Saudi Arabia boost its defensive capabilities.
Trump contradicted White House statements on Comey's termination but said he wanted the Russia probe to be "so strong and so good."
The Trump administration is likely to include some European countries in the in-cabin ban on gadgets larger than cellphones.
The P-8A Poseidon was in the area on a routine operation, the U.S. Navy said.
Democrats used the words “Russia,” “Russian” or “Flynn” 170 times during a Senate hearing Monday.
The fired FBI director leaves as Russia’s top diplomat arrives in Washington.
Reports suggested Russian ships might be readying for the arrival of a U.S. ship in the region.
Russian lawmakers deny allegations that Russia was behind the hacking of the Democratic Party during the election campaign.
The head of the U.S. command in Europe asked lawmakers to consider deploying more troops and equipment to ward off Russian aggression.
Trump called NATO “obsolete” before concluding it was “no longer obsolete” last month.