“Putin Dominates in Hel,” the headline on the front page of The Drudge Report said Monday.
President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin had a sports-themed gift exchange following their first-ever bilateral summit.
The Arizona Republican said President Trump's performance was the "most disgraceful" in American memory.
Moscow's top diplomat traveled with the Russian delegation to Finland, and Trump's performance has delighted the Kremlin greatly.
“I’ll give this ball to you and now the ball is in your court,” Putin told Trump in reference to the U.S. hosting the World Cup 2026.
The president repeatedly refused to criticize Vladimir Putin over Russian election interference.
Pyongyang said it would "protect the independent and creative life of the popular masses and make selfless, devoted efforts for them."
“The first clear consequence can only be that we need to align ourselves even more closely in Europe,” Heiko Maas said.
Who came out on top?
“Impeach him for what? No,” Gowdy told CBS News.
President Donald Trump blasted Vladimir Putin in a phone call last March over a propaganda video that showed missiles hitting Florida.
Putin's Aurus Senat Kortezh was unveiled in May and has been seen alongside Trump's Beast limo in Helsinki.
The two leaders began the day with a tête-à-tête—and are now in a bigger meeting with officials.
Arizona had been a dependably Republicans state in past presidential elections, but recent voting trends showed a shift toward a more moderate electorate.
“[Trump] lives now inside his own version of reality almost 100 percent of the time," Tony Schwartz said.
Patricia Edelen, 47, ran from officers when they attempted to arrest her.
The newspaper Helsingin Sanomat launched the campaign.
On France’s 23-member team, 19 of the players are immigrants to France or the children of immigrants.