“The President must be free to engage in discussions with foreign leaders without fear that those communications will be disclosed and used as fodder for partisan political purposes,” the White...
Mikhail Lesin’s autopsy raised further questions about his death.
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.”
“We see that foreign intelligence services are seeking to bolster their efforts on the Russian front,” Putin warned.
President Vladimir Putin's spokesman called the efforts by the U.S. Congress "more Russophobic fuss."
Elizabeta Peskova’s internship with a far-right member of the European Parliament has led to fears that she could gain insider information.
"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.
Russia's low life expectancy means many retirees would get to see only a few years of their pensions paid out—and Russians aren't having it.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the idea a troll farm could blemish U.S. elections "makes a mockery" of American politics.
Putin will visit Austria for the second time in three months, despite the strain put on EU-Russian relations after Russia's annexation of Crimea.
Sergey Lavrov says U.S. criticism won't prevent the two leaders from reconvening.
The Russian virtual assistant Alice got a little too political.
A bipartisan bill wants to halt the possibility of returning to business as usual with the Kremlin, instead asking for a report on Putin's finances and those of his close associates.
Trump must decide between chaos and leadership.
Corey Stewart had an awkward moment in Virginia.
"We stood outside the Kremlin Annex tonight with a blue wave falling on us and it felt great," protest organizer Adam Parkhomenko, a former Hillary Clinton campaign adviser, said.
The deal would address the future of Assad, Iran's place in Syria - and Syria's relations with Israel.