"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.
The Russian Embassy in the U.S. reacted to a Pentagon statement saying Moscow's weapons were "potentially destabilizing."
Restaurants still in recovery from the initial toll of the pandemic were struggling to stay afloat under the order.
Moscow said it deployed MiG-31 and Su-35 jets to accompany U.S. military aircraft over the Bering Sea by Russia's far east.
Police in Moscow broke up the fight outside Kuzminki metro station, southeast of the Russian capital, with "most participants" from "Central Asian countries."
People were reportedly fainting as a plane with broken air con remained on Moscow runway for hours.
The Star Trek star has been criticized for his new show appearing on Kremlin-funded RT America.
Russian coronavirus authorities have documented more than 20,000 new daily COVID-19 infections since last Thursday, more than two times the daily average in early June. Thursday's death count of 672 was the country's highest of the entire pandemic.
"Visiting the city catering establishments and public events with more than 500 people will need a special QR code," according to the Moscow mayor's office.
Russia's capital city clocked in at 6,555 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, according to the country's state coronavirus task force, and 16,715 new cases were recorded across Russia. The numbers are twice what they were just a month ago.
Catherine Serou, 34, had gone missing on Tuesday after getting into an unidentified car in Nizhny Novgorod where she was a university student.
Paul Whelan, a U.S. citizen jailed in Russia since 2018 on espionage charges, released a statement through his family asking President Joe Biden to push for his release during Wednesday's Geneva meeting.
"Navalny's team will not stop its activities, they shouldn't hope for that," Ivan Zhdanov, a top Navalny associate who headed his foundation, said.
The Global Times, a paper controlled by the Chinese government, published an editorial on Wednesday which stated that China and Russia keep a strong bond because of "the U.S. and its main allies' suppression of the two countries."
"Yes, Colonel Vladimir Putin of the KGB is—and always has been—a communist. Most brutal left-wing dictators are," Cruz tweeted Saturday.
"Everyone wants to bite us or bite something off us, but those who would like to do so should know that we would knock their teeth out so that they couldn't bite," Putin said.
A year after touting the authorization of its own coronavirus vaccine ahead of the rest of the world, Russia is struggling to convince its citizens to inoculate themselves, so Moscow is paying some people to get the Sputnik V shot.
Ivan Pavlov, who is defending a former Russian journalist accused of treason, told the press that he was charged with a criminal offense.
Moscow Deputy Mayor Maxim Liksutov told Newsweek that, while the president speaks for all of Russia, "as representatives of the largest Russian metropolis, we hope that our contribution to the international green agenda will help the Russian negotiating position in more complex geopolitical issues."
President Putin's most vociferous critic began a hunger strike 20 days ago and doctors have warned that he could suffer cardiac arrest "at any minute."
A team at Moscow's Research Institute of Emergency Pediatric Surgery and Traumatology removed the balls from the two-year-old.
Nearly a quarter of poll respondents said that even if the corruption allegations against Putin are true, the president has still improved their lives.
Thousands turned out in cities across Russia for a second weekend of protests calling for the release of imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
The Kremlin responded by accusing the U.S. and Secretary of State Blinken of "crude interference" in their domestic affairs.
Navalny was detained upon arrival in Moscow, with authorities saying he'd violated his probation.
Reports suggested that senior diplomats have had to take on basic jobs like shovelling snow due to staff shortages.
The Netherlands said that the two Russians were seeking information on artificial intelligence, semiconductors, and nanotechnology.
Scott Atlas told RT Saturday that government lockdown measures, and to a lesser extent coronavirus, are what's really killing people.