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.
Hospital bed occupancy is near 90 percent as the country tries to contain a second wave of coronavirus cases.
Joe Biden's campaign dismissed the report as an attempt "to bail out Donald Trump's reelection campaign."
In an Instagram post, the Russian opposition leader shared that he was able to breathe on his own. His press secretary said he'd return to Russia.
"The U.S. standards are so much more stringent," President Donald Trump's counselor said.
United States intelligence agencies warned Russia and China are actively involved in 2020 election interference, but the two countries are not using their efforts to "denigrate" the same presidential candidate.
Tens of thousands have taken to the streets in Russia's far east for the past three weekends.
Only 21 percent of Russian doctors said they trusted the reported COVID-19 death toll.
The online survey by Moscow's Higher School of Economics also found over a third of people would refuse to take a Russian-developed vaccination.
Moscow finally seems to be growing weary of its Syrian burden.
More than half of the country's cases and deaths are in the Russian capital of Moscow, which has reported at least 121,301 confirmed cases to date.
More than half of the country's cases and deaths are in Moscow, which reported more than 6,100 new cases on Monday.
Sergei Sobyanin has extended lockdown measures in the capital until the end of May.
"We have a total of about 4,000 severe cases," Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko said Wednesday.
Sergei Sobyanin wrote on his personal blog that the Russian capital was not past the peak of the outbreak.
The Russian government reported 7,933 cases in a single day, the highest thus far.
Dr. Denis Protsenko gave Putin a tour of a new hospital in Moscow set up to treat coronavirus patients.
The circle, named Kostenki 11, was about 40 feet in diameter with no obvious entrance.
The Russian president said he had been advised to use doubles, especially at the start of the century when there were a number of terror attacks.
On December 18, Moscow recorded a temperature of 5.4 degrees celsius or 41.72 degrees fahrenheit, breaking a high tempearture record from 1886.
Alisa Yarovskaya from the Yamal Region television channel asked Putin a question during his news conference in Moscow last week.
The Russian president took questions for four hours and 18 minutes his annual televised press conference.
"Vaccine opponents' blood can be very dangerous," the doctor tells the vampire father and daughter in the clip.
Ex-Navy intelligence officer Malcom Nance's comments seemed to be well-received by 'Morning Joe' co-host Willie Geist.