Russia's media watchdog has asked the video-sharing app to clamp down on posts calling for young people to attend nationwide protests on Saturday.
A lot does change when America changes administrations, but its fundamental interests remain the same. Both our friends and our adversaries should understand that.
"After years of Trump putting Americans in harm's way by decimating international agreements, we can all breathe a bit easier now that he cannot start a nuclear war within minutes," Peace Action senior director for policy and political affairs Paul Kawika Martin told Newsweek.
Navalny was arrested on Sunday after he arrived in Moscow from Berlin, where he had been treated for Novichok poisoning
The social network—popular among conservatives and Trump supporters—was pulled offline last week in the wake of the U.S. Captiol riots. A week later, it's still searching for a new home.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said "it is only possible to welcome" a U.S. move to extend the arms reduction treaty, which expires on February 5.
The Russian embassy in Washington, D.C. has sent a diplomatic note to the State Department after the phones at its New York consulate stopped working.
The Russian company also provides services to the Russian Ministry Defense and right-wing conspiracy sites.
"You know that they have problems in the United States, so, of course, they are addressing their domestic issues," Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said.
Parler was pulled offline in the aftermath of the U.S. Capitol riots, as tech firms including Amazon, Apple and Google said it was not properly moderating extreme posts from its users.
A new poll of 15,000 people across 11 nations found skepticism of the continent's close relationship with the U.S. after four tumultuous years of President Donald Trump.
The pro-democracy campaigner was arrested in Moscow on his return from Germany, where he has spent months recovering from an apparent assassination attempt.
Navalny was detained upon arrival in Moscow, with authorities saying he'd violated his probation.
The former Russian president said he is pessimistic a Biden presidency would mean better ties between Washington and the Kremlin.
Le Monde, El Pais and The Times of London were among major publications featuring Trump's impeachment on their front pages.
The OCIO "learned of previously unknown malicious activity linked to the global SolarWinds incident that has affected multiple federal agencies and technology contractors, among others. This activity access to the Department's Microsoft O365 email environment" said a Department Spokesperson.
The Bulgarian mystic is said to have foreseen the 9/11 attacks years before her death. So, what did she claim would happen in the upcoming year?
The two leaders discussed strengthening their regional alliance, which has seen growing economic ties and joint military drills.
Reports suggested that senior diplomats have had to take on basic jobs like shovelling snow due to staff shortages.
Foreign ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said hacking accusations may spoil Kremlin ties with Biden before he even takes office.
President Trump's longtime friend said he would file a $25 million lawsuit alleging prosecutorial misconduct.
President-elect Joe Biden slammed President Donald Trump on Tuesday over Trump's "irrational downplaying" of a massive cybersecurity attack on the United States government.
Some 38 percent of Russians said he was the top politician, but this figure was down on previous years.
"I'm disappointed that Joe Biden let this happen," the Republican senator told Fox News.
The best gift Washington can give to the American people this holiday season is a large dose of common sense in U.S. foreign and national security policy.