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Democrats accuse ex-Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks of not answering questions in congressional testimony
Hicks’ name appears more than 180 times in the Mueller report’s text and footnotes.
Russia lashes out over MH17 charges
Heartbroken relatives of the 298 victims of the MH17 crash blamed Russia as four suspects were charged, but the nation responded with fury.
Global manhunt for four key suspects
Arrest warrants have been issued for three Russians and a Ukrainian over the downing of MH17. This is what we know about them.
Sarah Sanders: White House press secretary resigns
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders will leave her post at the end of June, President Donald Trump has announced.
Russia intercepts US, Swedish spy planes over Baltic Sea
CNN has reached out to the US Department of Defense for comment.
Russia and US warships almost collide in East China Sea
A Russian warship and a US warship have come close to collision in the western Pacific Ocean, with each side blaming the other for the incident.
Malaysian PM’s MH17 bombshell
In a jaw dropping speech, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has declared he doesn’t believe Russia shot down MH17.
U.S. Official Warns Russia Conducting Low-level Nuclear Tests
The United States believes Russia may be conducting low-level nuclear testing in violation of a moratorium on such tests
Robert Mueller resigns as special counsel, addresses Russia report
Special counsel Robert Mueller has revealed the inner workings of his investigation - but his reasoning has only raised questions over his mysterious conclusion.
Pompeo to visit Russia as Trump pivots to repairing relations post-Mueller report
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will make his first trip to Russia, arriving in Moscow on Monday and meeting with Vladimir Putin and his Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Tuesday in Sochi
Steel muscles of Moscow’s V-Day parade: Clouds prohibit air show, but armor still stunning (PHOTOS)
Russia’s troops and military vehicles marched across Moscow’s Red Square during the annual V-Day parade on Thursday. No aircraft were flown this year due to the weather, but the mightiest war machines were aplenty on the ground.
China refuses to join nuclear talks with US and Russia in blow for Trump
'China opposes any country talking out of turn about China on the issue of arms control', spokesman says
Trump calls Putin and talks of 'Russian Hoax'
US President Donald Trump has said he spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin in an hour-long call, covering issues including the "Russian Hoax".
Report claims FBI ‘spied on Trump’
Donald Trump has said a story written by The New York Times that the FBI used a woman to spy on the Trump campaign will be “bigger than Watergate”.
Venezuelans rally again in support of Guaido, but Maduro remains in power
Russia, which backs Maduro, warns U.S. against 'aggressive' moves in Venezuela
William Barr hearing live updates: Mueller frustrated as AG faces lawmakers
Attorney General William Barr said that during a March meeting with special counsel Robert Mueller, Mueller "reiterated several times in a group meeting that he was not saying that but for the OLC [Office of Legal Counsel] opinion he would have found obstruction."
Alleged Russian agent Maria Butina sentenced to 18 months in prison on conspiracy charge
The American University grad student and gun rights activist worked as an unregistered foreign agent for the Kremlin.
With U.S. Talks Faltering, North Korea Turns to Russia
After talks with President Trump collapsed in Vietnam, North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, traveled to Russia to talk with President Vladimir Putin about sanctions and nuclear disarmament.
How Russia wants to control the internet
All the stages have been passed for President Putin to sign the controversial 'sovereign internet' bill into law.
Kim Jong-un in Russia for Vladimir Putin summit
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has arrived in the far east of Russia for a summit with President Vladimir Putin.
House Judiciary Committee Subpoenas Donald McGahn As Part Of Its Investigation
Lawmakers are asking the former White House counsel to testify as part of their inquiry into Trump’s potential obstruction of justice in the Russia probe.
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