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Russian Pop Star Makes Music Video About Trump Collusion
Russian Singer Emin Agalarov released a music video that portrays the alleged collusion between Russia and Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign.
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U.S. In Early Talks To Arrange Trump, Putin Summit: Report
Trump raised the possibility of the meeting in controversial phone call congratulating Putin on his predictable presidential win.
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Russian Opposition Leader And Activists Detained Ahead Of Putin Inauguration
Anti-Kremlin activists took to the streets across the country on Saturday.
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Thousands Protest In Moscow To Demand Internet Freedom
By Polina Ivanova, Reuters
Demonstrators are calling on Russian authorities to unblock the popular Telegram instant messaging app.
Trump: Mueller Should Never Have Been Appointed
The president was gloating over a controversial House committee report.
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Trump Says He Did Stay Overnight In Moscow, Claims James Comey Lied In Memo
Flight records uncovered this week show Trump’s plane was in Moscow for more than 24 hours the weekend of a Miss Universe pageant.
Flight Records Disprove Trump's Claim About 'Pee Tape' Weekend Whereabouts
The president insisted he didn't spend a night in Moscow. Records show he did.
Trump Keeps Giving Putin A Pass
It seems like Vladimir Putin is one of the few people President Trump hasn’t insulted.
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Russia Expels 23 British Diplomats As Crisis Over Nerve Toxin Attack Deepens
By Andrew Osborn and Polina Devitt, Reuters
The move, which was tougher than expected, followed Britain’s decision to expel 23 Russian diplomats over the Salisbury attack.
Jorge Silva / Reuters
With Sanctions And Condemnation, U.S. Hints At Shift On Russia
By Arshad Mohammed and John Walcott, Reuters
The new sanctions are the most significant the U.S. has taken against Russia since Trump took office.
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U.S. Blames Russia For Cyberattacks On Electricity Grid
By Dustin Volz and Timothy Gardner, Reuters
The move marks the first time the United States has publicly accused Moscow of hacking into American energy infrastructure.
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Syrian Forces Launch Ground Assault On Ghouta Despite Russian Truce
The onslaught has been one of the fiercest of the civil war, now entering its eighth year.
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Airliner Crashes In Russia, Killing All 71 People On Board: Reports
The Saratov Airlines airplane went missing from radars soon after taking off from Moscow's Domodedovo airport on Sunday.
Gay Couple Who Ignited Russian Same-Sex Marriage Debacle Go Into Hiding
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The newlyweds are said to have been receiving death threats.
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Putin: U.S. Release Of Oligarch List Is A Hostile Act
The document names dozens of Russians with close ties to the Kremlin.
Russian Bots Spread #SchumerShutdown
Russian bots and trolls are doing their best to amplify the message from the White House and Republicans that the Democrats are to blame for the Government shutdown.
Man Rams Armored Vehicle Into Shop Just For 1 Bottle Of Wine
By Polina Ivanova, Reuters
He was tanked.
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Arming Ukraine Likely To Escalate Fruitless Conflict And Risk Needless Confrontation With Russia
Contributing writer, policy analyst, one who tilts at windmills
Most Americans were told Donald Trump won the presidential election last year. But his policy toward Russia looks suspiciously
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As Putin Announces 2018 Presidential Bid, ‘SUPERPUTIN’ Exhibition Opens In Moscow
Putin is depicted as a superhero, Santa Claus, a Roman emperor and animal lover.
Carter Page's Russia Testimony Could Spell Disaster For Trump's Administration
In explosive testimony to the House Intelligence Committee, the Trump campaign’s foreign policy advisor Carter Page was forced to admit he did have contact with Russian government officials during two trips to Moscow.
Russia Clamps Down On U.S. Media
Moscow warns it may block U.S. news organizations from working in Russia, in response to accusations Russia Today helped interfere in the 2016 election. Meanwhile, there’s new evidence that another tech titan was used to influence the presidential race.
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Anti-Kremlin Protesters Rally Across Russia On Putin's Birthday
By Vladimir Soldatkin and Jack Stubbs, Reuters
Over 2,000 people gathered in central Moscow’s Pushkin Square and chanted “Russia will be free” and “Russia without Putin.”
A Grandmother's Remarkable Life And Difficult Death
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My grandmother was born almost 97 years ago in Moscow and became a respected pianist and teacher.
U.S. Kicking Out Russian Diplomats
Russia and America’s diplomatic tit-for-tat continues, as U.S. orders Russian diplomats to leave the country, in a move that will close Moscow’s consulate in San Francisco.
Sergei Karpukhin / Reuters
Kremlin: We Received Trump Tower Email, Did Not Respond
"This is not our job, we left this matter without a response."
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