Clinton has called Gabbard "the favorite of the Russians." Gabbard hit back, calling the failed 2016 presidential hopeful the "queen of warmongers."
Alisa Adamova from St Petersburg was under water for 15 minutes at he hotel in Bodrum, Turkey.
"There's absolutely no doubt that the Russians were interfering with the election for the purpose of helping the Trump campaign," Andrew McCabe said.
MSNBC's Brian Williams and Nicole Wallace interrupted Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham's claim there was "no collusion" found in Robert Mueller's report, offering a rare real-time fact-check Wednesday.
National Security Adviser John Bolton accused a CNN host of picking a fight after he was pressed about a scheduled call with the Russians he mentioned just moments before on Fox News.
Vladimir Putin is making Russian passports more easily available to Ukrainians living in the self-proclaimed republics of Donetsk and Luhansk, where pro-Kremlin separatists have been battling Kiev forces.
"What's he trying to keep secret?" asked Democratic Representative David Cicilline of Rhode Island.
Around 130 kindergarten-age children Moscow fell ill with dysentery after eating food from Concord Catering, the company owned by Yevgeniy Prigozhin, known as "Putin's Chef."
"The main goal of this work is to ensure the military security of this country without increasing the current budget expenditures or joining an arms race," Russia's defense minister said.
Election interference is not the main thing Americans should be worried about, said an adviser to the Russian president.
He may also be involved in another poisoning incident in Bulgaria, investigators said.
Some analysts say that Ukraine's spy chief is exaggerating the impact sanctions are having on Putin.
The escort was deported from Thailand on January 17 and detained in Moscow on her way home.
Natalia Veselnitskaya is accused of obstructing justice in a New York-based money laundering investigation that ended in 2017.
Andrei Karlov was shot during a press conference, allegedly by 22-year-old Mevlut Mert Altinas, who screamed, "Don't forget Aleppo! Don't forget Syria!" immediately after the killing.
A 35-year-old Russian woman and a 4-year-old boy were allegedly killed.
The comments were made one day after the president made a surprise visit to troops in Iraq.
The video does not portray the U.S. president as very bright.
"Cohen, however, did not follow up on this invitation," Mueller's filing states.
"Our president discussed in as much detail as is possible for a 10- to 15-minute conversation," a Russian diplomat said.
He recited poetry from his courtroom cage and told the judge that he is not a "maniac, murderer, or a cannibal."