Bloomberg reported Monday that top government officials and business tycoons had received a vaccine developed by the state-run Gamaleya Institute in Moscow.
Satire works best when exaggeration is kept to a bare minimum, and Buckley's satire is the best we have going these days.
The former vice president and presumptive Democratic nominee said Trump's relationship with Putin was akin to being carried around "in one of those little puppy cages."
The Russian president could extend his tenure as president to 2036, following constitutional changes to term limits.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Sunday that constitutional amendments, which were approved on July 1 and could make him eligible to remain in power for years to come, are part of the country's "progressive development."
On Friday, Russia amended the constitution after a nationwide vote to preserve the definition of marriage as a union between a woman and a man only.
The vote for constitutional amendments paves the way for the Russian president to stay in power until 2036.
The support for Russian constitutional changes could allow Putin to rule for two more six-year terms.
Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell disagreed on Tuesday with President Donald Trump's suggestion that Russia be readmitted to the G7.
"Whether it's Xi of China, whether it's Putin, you don't get bad words against them from the Twitter handle," Congressman Adam Kinzinger said.
Vladimir Zharinov quit his job with Vesti as he refused to promote constitutional amendments he considered "a historic crime."
Initial reports stated that President Donald Trump did not learn about the bounties offered until this year.
We must take decisive action against the threat emanating from Putin's Russia.
The president denied he was aware of a Russian military intelligence arm that was secretly paying bounties to Taliban-linked militias to kill Americans, British and other coalition forces in Afghanistan.
The identities of the women who are reportedly the children of the Russian president are akin to a state secret.
Kremlin spokesman voiced concerns that the unrest in the U.S. makes Washington an unpredictable partner.
Speaking about his new book, the former national security adviser said Putin believes he can play the U.S. president "like a fiddle."
Russian president has been under fire for his coronavirus response, with a spike in cases expected in Moscow.
Ex-Marine Whelan was sentenced to 16 years hard labor on Monday, having been found guilty of spying despite his insistence that he was set up.
Putin said Russia will have deployed both defensive and offensive hypersonic weapons by the time its rivals field their first such arms.
The Russian president touted his government's ability to contain and minimize coronavirus deaths better than the United States, despite his country's reported death toll being widely criticized internationally.
The Russian president could stay in power until 2036, but he has been under fire for his coronavirus response.
There are fears for the environmental consequences of the 20,000-tonne diesel oil spill at a power plant near Norilsk, in the Krasnoyarsk region.
Unrest in the nation has mounted as it battles one of the largest coronavirus outbreaks of any country.
U.S. Africa Command said Tuesday that Russian jets deployed to Libya "recently" risk more "casualties and human suffering on both sides."
Medical staff say bonus payments have not arrived and they are concerned about a lack of protective equipment.
Russia on Sunday confirmed 8,599 new coronavirus infections and 153 deaths over the past 24 hours, marking the country's highest single day death toll of the pandemic.
In a classified State Department memo obtained by Newsweek, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo suggested Russia may been capturing images of infrastructure for the purposes of targeting it with "conventionally-armed, precision-guided weapons."