Russian State Duma Chairman Vyacheslav Volodin said Western leaders' unrelenting support for sanctions may indicate they "genetically dislike" Slavs.
Macron's rivals are not happy about losing their seats and influence in the French parliament.
The Conservative Party will form U.K.'s next government with support from the Northern Irish party.
As the U.S. investigates allegations of Russian interference in its election, Moscow officials are now making the opposite claim.
"This assertion has absolutely nothing to do with reality," Putin's spokesman said.
The bill would legalize adult use of marijuana and posession of certain amounts of pot.
The previously undisclosed interactions form part of the record now being reviewed by FBI and congressional investigators.
The Republican senator also called for a FBI director without political ties.
Emmanuel Macron received 89.3 percent of votes from French people living abroad and Marine Le Pen received 10.7 percent.
After Francois Fillon's demise and Emmanuel Macron's rise, the Russian establishment looks to Marine Le Pen.
The vote is scheduled for June 8.
Or if you'd rather, you can just vote to take away some of its parts.
How the new allegations could affect the judge's confirmation chances depends on who you ask.
The Turkish leader has repeatedly lashed out at European countries while campaigning for votes in a referendum to increase presidential powers.
The opposition candidate Guillermo Lasso was ahead in the exit poll but Lenin Moreno is claiming victory.
Merkel's Christian Democrats triumphed in Saarland, dealing a blow to the SPD and boosting Merkel's hopes for the September elections.
Demonstrators in Bern held up a sign reading "Kill Erdogan with his own weapons."
Europe-Turkey relations have soured following the president's crackdown on opponents and spats over referendum rallies.
Trump sent his top lieutenants to a dramatic meeting on Capitol Hill on Thursday night with a message: he was done talking.
The news will be fast and furious this week as Congress delves into Russian spying, considers a Supreme Court pick and tries to move the Obamacare replacement to the Senate.
Federal judges write that the 2003 gerrymandering effort 'bears the mark of intentional discrimination.'
Analysts warn that recent government actions do not look supportive of women's rights.