Rates of bullying have been found to drop when diverse stories are included in the school curriculum, according to the senator who sponsored the bill.
Edward Lozansky has been hosting the World Russia Forum and running Russia House for decades.
Newsweek had previously reported that he planned to write a newspaper op-ed.
The company denies wrongdoing.
Under pressure, the Justice Department provided access to the original document that launched the investigation into Russian election interference.
The president has reportedly considered firing Robert Mueller and Rod Rosenstein.
As well as Michael Cohen, Jared Kushner's company is also reportedly under investigation.
The man who may have invented the poison that took down Sergey Skripal has said he supports the British government's stance on Russia.
A site tracking 600 Twitter accounts linked to Russian influence operations recorded a 2,800 percent increase in the use of the hashtag #IStandWithLaura on Friday and Saturday.
It is not just the election that Russia has been accused of hacking.
George Nader spent decades in Middle East policy circles. He disappeared for years before reportedly resurfacing in the Trump White House.
Nunberg was an aide on Trump's 2016 campaign.
Kalashnikov USA has a facility near Marjory Stoneman High School in Parkland.
The Javelin missiles are deemed so effective that intention to sell or deploy them has long warranted a big political announcement.
He admitted to lying about communications he had with Rick Gates, who is also facing charges.
The people and entities in the indictment are the first foreign defendants named in the special counsel's investigation.
Russian bots have been busy tweeting about Parkland, gun control, Florida and Nikolas Cruz, the alleged shooter.
The video, prompted by the revelations of a model, is under threat of being removed from other sites by authorities.
Vladimir Putin has outlined the Arctic where Russia expects the U.S. and others to vie for "intimidating supremacy."