German Klimenko insists U.S. companies will have to comply with Russian law eventually.
The measures also include extending family reunification among refugees from one year to three years.
Home secretary Theresa May could make Britain look "weak," the opposition spokesman said.
Sometimes a documentary about a newsworthy story, becomes part of the story itself.
On Thursday, EU leaders will vote on proposals for a bigger, faster system.
The law allows prison guards a wide range of measures to subdue inmates for disobeying rules.
The law school will now be named for the donors, J.B. and M.K. Pritzker.
Voting rights, public employee unions, racial preferences in college admissions and sentencing in death penalty cases are on the docket.
The bill would have banned all abortions at 20 weeks, with limited exceptions
The university officer-involved fatal shooting and murder indictment in Cincinnati have raised doubts about the 15,000 officers who patrol college campuses.
As Jewish communities across Europe face growing anti-Semitism, Spain is allowing descendants of Spanish Jews to repatriate.
Special license in hand, people will be able to openly carry guns in holsters in the Lone Star State.
What we know about the police death that led to a wave of riots in Baltimore.
Theresa May announced plans to combat non-violent extremism, but campaigners condemned lack of action.
The Department of Justice paints a picture of Ferguson police as driven by revenue, not justice.
The report will describe a climate of racial animosity,The New York Times said Monday.
Counterterrorism legislation could increase tensions with Silicon Valley and the U.S.
A court has struck down a decades-long ban intended to protect women from infidelity.
The proposed law would make it a crime to give money to people begging on the street.
Sponsored Insight: Ignition has set out to tear up the rule book on traditional law practices.
The decision that made waves in 1973 is now a political tsunami.
A new proposed counterterrorism policy incorporates teachers at nurseries, schools and universities into state-spying apparatus.