"We are very concerned about the movements we've seen along Ukraine's border," U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that the allegations could be a ruse to cover up aggressive intentions from Ukrainian leadership.
Reps. Steve Cohen and Joe Wilson introduced a resolution calling on Congress not to recognize Putin if he stays in power past May 7, 2024.
Foreign ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova has attacked comments casting doubt on Russia's willingness to fight global warming.
Moscow's ambassador to the U.S., Anatoly Antonov, took aim at a list targeting 35 prominent Russians proposed by lawmakers.
The 929 deaths documented Wednesday was the first time virus-related fatalities surpassed 900 in Russia throughout the entire pandemic.
Russia's embassy in Washington, D.C. rejected a request to give details about chemical weapons in light of the Novichok poisoning of the Kremlin critic.
"We see this as being part of the pressure campaign against independent organizations and media. This didn't start today." said co-founder of OVD-Info Grigory Okhotin.
Dmitry Mevedev, the chairman of the United Russia party, doubled down on Moscow's claims of interference from tech giants in an interview with RT.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has criticized an amendment to a U.S. congressional bill that seeks to sanction 35 prominent Russians—including him.
The Chair of the Central Election Commission confirmed during a briefing that the ruling United Russia party has retained the two-thirds majority.
The Smart Voting app, designed by Alexei Navalny, instructs voters which candidates are likely to prevail against those supported by Russian authorities.
The team of opposition politician Alexei Navalny has accused the tech giants of censorship for the removal of the "smart voting" app.
An aide to the jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny said the tactical voting tool was removed on Friday, as Russia's three-day parliamentary election begins.
Russian authorities cracked down on potential opposition, enacting new laws that blocked some from running for office and even jailing others.
The Russian president has tested negative for the disease and will take part in upcoming international conferences via video link.
Russia's foreign ministry says it has "undeniable proof" that U.S.-based tech giants have violated Russian laws ahead of the September 19 election.
The Russian president got his own lesson as he was addressing pupils about a historic battle from three centuries ago.
"We value our deep connection to the Russian people. Our people-to-people relationships are the bedrock of our bilateral relations," U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.
Moscow's envoy to Washington, D.C, Anatoly Antonov, accused the U.S. of using Ukraine as a "tool" to pressure the Kremlin.
Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that foreign actors may "provoke protests" ahead of Russia's parliamentary elections in September.
The Star Trek star has been criticized for his new show appearing on Kremlin-funded RT America.
Spokesman Dmitry Peskov warned of "negative consequences," two weeks on from the Putin-Biden summit.
The Kremlin achieved its goal in promoting the narrative that Russia is capable of seeing off hostile foreign threats.
The Russian president criticized NATO expansion and accused the U.S. and Europe of being behind the 2014 ousting of Ukraine's then-President, Viktor Yanukovich.
After their meeting in Geneva, the Russian president said of his U.S. counterpart "he does not miss anything, I can assure you."
Kremlin-loyal newspapers were full of praise for the Russian president's decisiveness—and his tie—but commentators pointed out that there was little progress made during the Geneva summit.
The then-VP claimed he looked into the Russian leader's eyes and told him, "I don't think you have a soul" during their handshake.
Khodorkovsky said that the pending election is a "theatrical performance, in which any candidates that the government isn't happy with will simply not be allowed to run."
Actor Steven Seagal recently joined Russia's A Just Russia - Patriots - For Truth party where he will focus on environmental issues.