Turkey has since become a safe haven for Russian oligarchs as the nation has yet to impose its own sanctions against Moscow for its ongoing invasion of Ukraine.
An official with the Department of Defense said economic sanctions were "having a bite" on Russia's ability to replace stocks in its defense industrial base.
Macron's decisive victory and German vacillation give the president a window to seize control of directing European support for Ukraine.
A number of Russian oligarchs have died since the beginning of the year in what police believe to have been suicides.
Members of Congress were not doing anything illegal by investing in public companies, and others had even sold their assets.
While many say Putin will survive as Russia accelerates toward what seems like Stalinist totalitarianism, others see a faster end to his reign.
Despite the latest round of sanctions, Russia's president stuck with his reputation for keeping matters related to his family life away from the public eye.
The sanctions targeting Maria Vorontsova and Katerina Tikhonova mean all of Putin's close family members are now cut off from U.S. financial systems.
"They live in Russia...I am proud of them," Putin said about his two daughters in 2015.
The yacht, named the Tango, is a 254-foot vessel valued at an estimated $120 million.
Experts question whether Russia's retaliations to financial measures implemented across the world will assist the country's floundering economy.
The 192-foot vessel is worth 38 million euros and belongs to an unknown Russian businessman.
Petr Aven is among the businessmen the U.K. targeted over their alleged links to Vladimir Putin.
Koch previously insisted it was remaining in Russia for the benefit of its Russian workers and to prevent its plants from being taken over by the government.
"Poisoning, sudden disease, accident—Russian elite considers the possibility of removing Putin," an online post from the Ukraine Defense Ministry reads.
Dmitry Rogozin, the head of Russia's space agency, has threatened to create a military-focused space station despite the country's crumbling economy.
The United Arab Emirates and the Maldives are among the final places Russian oligarchs have left to escape sanctions.
America's transatlantic ally Britain, aligned against Russia's invasion of Ukraine, is now calling on China to stop supporting Vladimir Putin's actions.
China has been riled by U.S. intelligence reports suggesting Beijing responded positively to Moscow's request for military aid in Ukraine.
French activist Pierre Afner reportedly broke into the Biarritz villa, where he is currently offering solace to Ukrainian refugees.
Biden's national security adviser will meet with a top Chinese diplomat on Monday, with the country's relationship with Russia being front and center.
Sanford Mann argued Sunday that ending Russia operations is "not a good long-term plan" for American businesses.
The man spent over $150 on burgers before the iconic restaurant closed in response to the invasion of Ukraine.
Michigan has about 39,000 Ukrainian-American citizens, many of whom still have family in Ukraine. Rather than feel helpless, they are fighting back.
"I wake up every day just texting my friends if they are alive," Ukrainian MP Oleksandra Ustinova said in the now-viral clip.
Several states are taking steps to sever ties with Russia, from halting business exchanges altogether to divesting funds overseas and banning Russian products.
Following Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine, the U.S. and its allies have issued unprecedented sanctions on the country and its leaders.
British Conservative MP Nickie Aiken has said sending Russian children home would send a clear message to Vladimir Putin.
Following its invasion of Ukraine, Russia is facing the hardest set of financial sanctions possibly ever—and its economy will feel the pain.
Removal from the system, which connects 11,000 institutions globally, has been called a "nuclear weapon for the economy."