The election of Macron was a blow to Putin's hopes of reshaping Europe.
Any other U.S. official would have their security clearance revoked and could face criminal charges.
There is ample evidence now that Trump engaged in an obstruction of justice.
Has Trump waived executive privilege by asking Comey about being investigated?
The real crisis would be if Comey's successor is partisan rather than principled.
Connections will be drawn between the Russia probe and Trump's intensified contacts with Russia.
The White House has shaken confidence in the independence of the Department of Justice.
His reputation is taking a beating for his failure to see how he was being used.
Russian troops should collect proof of being coerced to engage in unlawful combat.
The French election is about more than just France. Europe's future is at a crossroads.
She is an anti-Semite in cahoots with Putin and her campaign is funded by Russian interests.
NATO must realize that Europe is no longer a theater of peace. Even nuclear war is possible.
The saber-rattling president has a gift for raising tensions around the world.
Those who try to dodge serving on the Ukrainian front serve time in a penal colony.
The West underestimates Russians' ties to Ukraine, lingering affection for Stalin and their anti-Semitism.
The IMF cannot ignore calls for severe measures against corruption and for social justice.
For Putin, saying Russia is an ally against terrorism is a bargaining chip for lifting sanctions.
The clock is ticking before the discontent that sparked the 2014 revolution resurfaces.
The U.S. is the stuck-up girl before the prom who rejects all offers only to find herself without a date on the big night.
Millions of Russians believe they are already at war with the US.
Putin's penchant for military aggression abroad to shore up his popularity at home may need a rethink.