"Are any brave journos going to reach out to the White House and ask if this photo is doctored?" one Twitter commentator wrote.
There has been a shocking lack of discussion on whether that aid is in any way beneficial to U.S. national security. The short answer is no.
At the Council on Russian Language, Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed a Russian version of the online encyclopedia, Wikipedia, which will be created between 2020-2022.
Naama Issachar, a 25-year-old Israeli-American woman, was sentenced to seven and a half years in prison on a narcotics smuggling charge after less than a third of an ounce of cannabis was found in her luggage.
"The policeman would have been rewarded for that too."
Kremlin critic Yuri Felshtinsky told Newsweek: "In the eyes of the Russian government, he committed treason"
The current affairs show 60 Minutes on the Kremlin-backed channel Channel 1 poked fun at the U.S. president's promotion of his Russian counterpart at the G-7 summit which has just finished.
The image of the young woman as a symbol of pro-democracy against Vladimir Putin's hardline autocracy has gone viral.
"We are afraid of the delayed effects of any damage," said Navalny's doctor after his detention following widespread protests in Moscow.
Trump was asked to clarify his light-hearted warning to Putin at the G20 in Osaka.
"I strongly disagree with your view that pursuing policies that embrace multicultural and sexual diversity are obsolete in our societies," Elton John, 72, wrote to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Hypersonic missiles can travel at more than five times the speed of sound.
China warned that a "certain major country has withdrawn from one international treaty and mechanism after another while building up its own nuclear and missile power."
"We all know perfectly well that so far there are no such weapons in the world, no one else, except us, except Russia," Russian President Vladimir Putin said.
Russia and its Syrian ally have escalated their campaign against insurgent-held Idlib at a time when the U.S. was preoccupied with threatening new wars against Iran and Venezuela.
Jared Kushner "may be compromising American interests in ways that we don't know about," a watchdog lawyer said.
Trump was criticized for taking a seemingly soft approach toward Putin during the call, but Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spoke in glowing terms about the president's handling of Russia.
George Conway doubted whether Russians were "completely confused by Trump's brainless incoherence."
Trump said Putin was "not looking at all to get involved in Venezuela, other than he'd like to see something positive happen."
The Russian president "knew there was no collusion whatsoever," Donald Trump told reporters after their phone call.
The EU has started down the path of all of history's fallen empires: facing economic and political difficulties at home whilst over-extending its expansionism on the frontiers.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo claimed Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro "had an airplane on the tarmac" but changed his mind on the advice of Russia.
Top members of President Donald Trump's administration welcomed an uprising against Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, but the socialist leader's supporters condemned it.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesperson said that the Security Council "paid much attention to the situation in Venezuela in light of the news about an attempted coup."
Russia had been closely watching recent reports that the White House was studying a comprehensive deal that would include China, but Moscow was also hoping for a promise to never use nuclear weapons.
Russian's Vladimir Putin raised his glass with North Korea's Kim Jong Un before flying to China to shore up relations with another Pacific neighbor as U.S. ties flounder.
Russia warned of tensions spilling over across regions such as Asia and Africa and warned that a U.S. failure to repair collapsing arms control treaties could destabilize global security.
The Kremlin said that "in a similar situation our Audit Chamber would've certainly probed into what the taxpayers' money has been wasted on," but "it's up to the U.S. taxpayers to ask such questions."