'For Trump to praise Putin despite what appears to be a deliberate effort to try to affect the election I think raises national security issues,' Democratic nominee says.
Russia's intelligence service doesn't attribute blame for the widespread attack targeting government agencies, defense companies.
Fedor Konyukhov lands in West Australia after 11 solo days aloft.
Parliamentarians are keen to make it a criminal offense to parody the anthem.
A Moscow lab protected athletes and the Russian ministry of sport oversaw manipulation of samples, according to WADA.
Russia is already banned from this year's track competitions but U.S. and Canadian report calls for total ban amid doping scandal.
The Russian president recorded a video message for his French counterpart Francois Hollande.
The Ministry of Defense wants a new center to coordinate Baltic deployments.
The Russian Ministry of Defense said it was "amazed" by London's response.
The Russian Ministry of Culture has published the topics for which it will hand out funding.
Vitaly Mutko apologizes and is 'ashamed' over doping scandal, which he blames on deceptive athletes.
At least three people have been arrested as part of a larger investigation.
A new draft demands state employees brief bosses on information they have shared online.
The U.S. presidential hopeful blames Russia's lack of respect for President Barack Obama.
The remaining Russian forces will continue to hit ground targets in Syria.
A notice for a $25,000 bid for the sea mammal appeared on Russian state sites.
Ukrainian President Poroshenko has said he is open to a prisoner swap for the pilot.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has cited new Russian casualty figures
As many as 500 protesters gathered in central Kiev to support the captured pilot.
Rosturizm has told tourists to take all necessary safety precautions while visiting Turkey.
A Russian plane carrying 224 people crashed in the Sinai October 31.
Security increases as Western countries speculate bomb downed the airliner.
Having examined the whole picture, Philip Hammond says, the militant group's claims of responsibility might be credible.