Donald Trump likely ending the Iran nuclear deal. Torture proponent Gina Haspel’s worsening prospects for being confirmed as the head of the CIA. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman resigning over his reported physical and emotional abuse of multiple women.
It’s increasingly apparent that Trump family members and some of their closest associates are in serious legal jeopardy over their involvement with Kremlin–linked figures both before and after the 2016 presidential election.
President Donald Trump has called out his pal Vladimir Putin in an unusual criticism of the Russian president following a chemical weapons attack on a hospital Saturday in the Syrian city of Douma, in Eastern Ghouta.
Russia has responded this weekend to a recent move by the United Kingdom to expel 23 Russian diplomats over the poisoning of a former spy and his daughter earlier this month.
Donald Trump reportedly wrote a personal letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin in June 2013 to invite the Russian leader to the Miss Universe Pageant held five months later in Moscow.
Cynthia Nixon, the actress best known for her role as Miranda in Sex and the City, is reportedly seriously mulling a run for New York governor, a move that, according to Politico, caught current Governor Andrew Cuomo by surprise. Nixon has also been in conversations with two of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s…
You may have heard today that Vladimir Putin gave his annual state of the nation speech, during which he debuted an “invincible” intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that can evade American missile defense systems. To demonstrate this, he capped off the presentation with animated videos depicting warheads hitting…
Axios reported Wednesday evening that Donald Trump’s presidential reelection campaign spent about $1.1 million in legal fees over the fourth quarter of 2017, part of which went to “his legal defense in the Russia probe”—a significant chunk of the $2.8 million it spent in total within the same period.
Sergey Lavrov, the longtime foreign minister of Russia who was once photographed pressing a literal relationship “reset” button with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, dedicated the opening of his annual press conference Monday to berating the U.S., telling reporters that it has “destabilized” the world by…
Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump certainly have been chatty lately. For the second time in a week, the two leaders spoke by phone on Sunday, when Putin called Trump to thank him for a CIA tip that helped prevent a terrorist attack in St. Petersburg, The Washington Post reported.
The U.S. Justice Department previously said it would require the news outlet RT, formerly known as Russia Today, to register as a foreign agent. So, on Saturday, Russian President Vladimir Putin happily reciprocated.
With President Donald Trump’s acute inability to stay on–script, it was only a matter of time before he would stick his foot in his mouth during a grueling 12–day, five–nation tour of Asia. And, of course, he messed up.
For Donald Trump, there’s no such thing as bad optics. Or, maybe there is and he just doesn’t care.
Turns out Donald Trump Jr. wasn’t the only campaign official who sent some shady emails to a Russian official (or a someone purporting to be a Russian official). Shocking!
President Trump is not at all fazed by President Vladimir Putin’s decision to expel 755 American diplomats from Russia. In fact, Trump is actually thankful! Putin did him a solid.
Well, this is awkward. President Donald Trump’s BFF Vladimir Putin is mad about new U.S. sanctions targeting his country and there’s not much Trump can do about it.
President Trump, who once hoped President Vladimir Putin would be his “new best friend,” had a formerly secret meeting with the Russian leader during the G20 summit earlier this month in Hamburg, Germany.