Vladimir Putin is looking for ideas to jump-start the economy and increase spending, but one rumored plan is already costing oligarchs billions.
Sergey Lavrov says U.S. criticism won't prevent the two leaders from reconvening.
The U.S. has already announced incoming sanctions against sensitive electronic imports and senators want fresh restrictions on Russian finance and investments.
Moscow has ignored Japan's qualms about warplanes on an island Tokyo claims, promising to keep it informed about "everything that happens on the territory of Russia."
Jehovah's Witnesses in Russia face a tough choice: be persecuted at home or become refugees abroad.
Russia, China and the U.S. are racing to develop the best hypersonic technology for the military.
The Russian virtual assistant Alice got a little too political.
The Russian government hit back on sanctions by taking Western cheese, fruit and foodstuffs, only to bulldozer them at the border.
Russia governed Alaska and patches of the Pacific coast as a colonial power and Moscow wants the actor to highlight Moscow's "legacy."
President Donald Trump's attorney Jay Sekulow blamed "bad information" for previous claims that the U.S. leader had no involvement in a statement about a 2016 meeting between members of his election campaign and a Russian delegation.
Ukraine's president called for officials to draft an formal claim, as recent estimates from Kiev suggest the bill could exceed $50 billion.
A bipartisan bill wants to halt the possibility of returning to business as usual with the Kremlin, instead asking for a report on Putin's finances and those of his close associates.
“It’s absolutely clear that Russia needs to do more,” a State Department official said after a report that Russia has issued 700 new work permits this year.
Facebook revealed Tuesday it had uncovered a new, coordinated political-influence campaign on its platform.
Russian police found the antlers outside a small town near the Polish border.
Four protesters spent 15 days in police custody after invading the pitch at the World Cup final in Moscow.
Since Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014, the question of where Ukrainians go to worship has become a political issue.
It was the first known attempt to interfere in 2018 elections.
While the finding could have exciting implications for many scientific fields, the thawing of permafrost may not be good news for humankind.
Putin and Trump have the capacity and responsibility to cooperate to make sure we are not humanity's last generation.
Around 200 public figures signed a letter urging the government to take action.
Recent satellite images suggest North Korea may finally be moving to dismantle a test site but doubts and unclarity remain over how Kim intends to implement “denuclearization.”
Reports of a cloud of darkness blocking out the Sun at noon above northern Siberia have raised questions.
Despite recent controversies, Facebook appears committed to political involvement.
"Strengthening Russia as an independent international player does not give rest to our NATO colleagues," Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said.