"Fake news" is holding back the Russia-U.S. special relationship, according to Sergey Ryabkov.
The Kremlin spends about 10 percent of what the United States spends on defense—yet it is framed as America's equivalent. It's time to re-consider the Russian relationship free from Putin-induced panic.
How and when the meeting goes ahead depends on Putin's already busy schedule, the Kremlin asserts.
The head of Russia's state-run polling agency did not mince his words.
A Russian think tank tasked with devising the Kremlin's next strategy says Moscow's standoff must end soon.
For years, a committed core of conservatives has been fighting against small “d” democracy, and the left has lacked the ability—or the imagination—to fight back.
Even Vladimir Putin enjoys greater confidence from the rest of the world than Donald Trump.
The president wants a full bilateral meeting, but his advisers would prefer a "pull-aside," sources say.
Kislyak figures prominently in at least three strands of the Russiagate scandal—is he just doing his job or trying to subvert American democracy?
In a departure from previous French policy, President Emmanuel Macron endorsed Russia and Syria’s war against ISIS.
The video Vladimir Putin showed Stone showed what he said it did, according to the Kremlin.
President Petro Poroshenko arrives in Washington, vowing to help Trump avoid “injustice” from Putin.
Two Jehovah's Witnesses were recently given a prestigious parenting award, despite the group being regarded as "extremist."
Putin’s PC wallpaper, coffee-table reading and personal effects reveal as much and as little as the president wants them to.
Speaking to U.S. filmmaker Oliver Stone, Putin said Snowden’s arrival in Moscow came as a surprise, and Russia was initially reluctant to let him stay.
The Russian leader complained of encirclement by Western powers and said Moscow can and will strike back in the case of any foreign attack.
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.
Chief Vladimir Putin critic Alexei Navalny was arrested Monday for the second time in three months.
"NATO is a mere instrument of U.S. foreign policy,” the Russian president added.
“I am not a woman, so I don’t have bad days,” the Russian leader said in an interview.
Former diplomats fact-check remarks made by the Russian president in interviews with NBC's Megyn Kelly.