President-elect also tells The Times of London he's eager to complete a trade deal with the U.K.
Incoming chief of staff, after repeated questions, says the president-elect accepts the intelligence community's assessment of Russian involvement.
Senate Armed Services Committee, chaired by John McCain, hears testimony on Russian election-related hacking.
'Washington Post' report dismissed by Russia apologists and media skeptics.
Former NSA contractor's lawyer calls allegations 'petulant nonsense.'
A group considered responsible for U.S. Democratic Party hacks used an Android malware implant to track troops.
Chuck Schumer, John McCain, Lindsey Graham and Jack Reed say a select committee is needed.
Jan and Victorya Neumann defected, provided information to the CIA and FBI—and were then booted from the government payroll.
The Russian president's spokesman took a swipe at claims Moscow interfered in the U.K. vote.
"We are now able to confirm a cover up that dates back until at least 2011," said McLaren.
Atambayev says Russian troops must one day leave, even if "certain people" do not like it.
Tatarstan's archdiocese is republishing a series of articles on dinosaurs and dragons.
Russia's president says U.S. allegations are for political purposes, accuses Americans of being the cyber terror.
Seventy-five years after the event, Babi Yar stands as a powerful symbol.
Three bombers reportedly flew under a civilian aircraft with their transponders switched off.
The man has been accused of close ties to Russia.
The Chechen leader cast his ballot, then held a party, dressed as a medieval knight.
Protesters continue to gather in front of Ukraine's controversial Inter TV channel.
Forbes Russia ranked the country's wealthiest "clans" and familiar faces appeared.
Documents and interviews show efforts to drug athletes in the early 1980s.
Several of her opponents, including U.S. swimmer Lilly King, have taken shots at her.