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.
"How could I confirm or deny that?" Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Anatoly Antonov said, after the White House announced “discussions are already underway” to host Putin in Washington.
Only 5 percent of Americans believe the U.S. benefited more from the Helsinki summit with Putin.
The GOP senator said he understood it was "difficult" for the president to blast Putin while he stood beside him.
The former secretary of state said Putin had played a weak hand "very well."
Despite recent rifts in their strategic relationship, Russia and Iran are still working together in what appears to be the latter stages of Syria's civil war.
The Russian president insisted he and Trump had made "useful agreements," but the Department of State said all Washington received were proposals it had not yet accepted.
The Kremlin will allow access to its 12 officers indicted for election meddling but it wants to launch its own probe against American diplomats and the White House has not ruled it out.
The president described the offer from Russia's Vladimir Putin as "incredible."
Trump faces ongoing backlash over his recent meeting with Russia's president.
He was disappointed the press didn't cover his closed-door meeting with Putin.