Videos emerged of Anastasia Vashukevich's arrival in Moscow, during which police can be seen manhandling the young woman and forcing her into a wheelchair.
Eight out of 10 South Korea women surveyed have experienced sexual harassment at work, but many fail to report the incidents for fear of retribution.
“Maybe Giuliani doesn’t understand this, that it’s all one big conspiracy,” Mimi Rocah, a former prosecutor for the Southern District of New York, told MSNBC Monday.
Emin Agalarov, the Moscow-based pop singer who helped initiate the 2016 Trump Tower meeting with a Kremlin-linked lawyer, is a person of interest in the special counsel’s Russia probe.
Nastya Rybka claims she was once the mistress of Oleg Deripaska, a Kremlin-linked Russian oligarch whose core businesses are currently under U.S. sanctions.
“The irony is that defeating the Islamic State is what the president said from the beginning was his goal," wrote McGurk, a diplomat who served in the Trump administration.
A high-level North Korean official is meeting with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday.
The Trump administration is expected to lift sanctions anyway.
The Trump administration has resettled fewer refugees than the official cap.
Shortly before his visit to the region, President Vladimir Putin accused the U.S. of destabilizing the Balkans.
The Senate is ready to fight to keep the U.S. in NATO.
Nastya Rybka claimed she had over 16 hours of recordings of Putin-linked oligarch Oleg Deripaska and three Americans discussing the 2016 presidential election.
Whelan was detained on December 28 after having traveled to Russia to allegedly attend a wedding.
On January 9, Russian proxy forces in eastern Ukraine violated the cease-fire twice, Ukraine’s Joint Forces Operation noted.
The American captured is reportedly only 16 years old.
The comments were made as President Donald Trump's relationship with China deteriorates.
Natalia Veselnitskaya is accused of obstructing justice in a New York-based money laundering investigation that ended in 2017.
Andrei Karlov was shot during a press conference, allegedly by 22-year-old Mevlut Mert Altinas, who screamed, “Don’t forget Aleppo! Don’t forget Syria!” immediately after the killing.
"The U.S. side has not contacted the Russian side on that matter any more," a Kremlin spokesperson said.