More S-400s? Is Turkey Moving Closer to Russia Again?
The two countries are reportedly at an advanced stage of talks for the delivery of the second regiment set of S-400 “Triumf” anti-aircraft missile systems to Ankara. Moreover, Russia is apparently ...
Republicans blast FBI Russia probe as Rosenstein defends Mueller
Republican allies of President Donald Trump attacked the FBI's probe of his 2016 presidential campaign on Wednesday, but failed to get a key witness to agree that former U.S. Special Counsel Robert ...
Russia's Putin declares state of emergency after Arctic Circle oil spill
Arctic coal passage to India threatens wildlife; T "Why did government agencies only find out about this two days after the fact?" he asked the ...
Russia Invites U.S. Defense Secretary to Red Square Military Parade
Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu, in a phone call with U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper, invited him to a military parade in Moscow's Red Square on June 24, the ministry said on Tuesday. The ...
Rod Rosenstein concedes mistakes in Russia investigation
Rod Rosenstein, former deputy attorney general who oversaw the Russia investigation, testified Wednesday about the two-year probe as Trump seeks to undo its results.
Oil Rallies After Saudi Arabia and Russia Agree to Extend Supply Cuts
Oil prices ended higher after a volatile session, lifted by an agreement between Saudi Arabia and Russia to extend supply cuts through July.
Former Deputy AG Rosenstein says FBI caused problems in Russia inquiry
Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Wednesday he wouldn't have renewed a warrant to surveil a member of President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign if he'd knew there were questions about ...
Rod Rosenstein defends Mueller appointment, approval of FISA applications in Russia probe
Rosenstein is testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee as Republicans push investigations of the Russia probe's origins.
'I'm accountable': Ex-deputy AG Rod Rosenstein defends oversight of Russia probe but accepts flaws in FBI surveillance
Former deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein defended his oversight of the Russia probe, but acknowledged flaws in the FBI's surveillance process.
Russia declares emergency in Arctic after huge diesel leak turns rivers red
Russia declared a state of emergency in an Arctic region after a fuel tank leaded 20,000 tons of diesel into rivers, turning them blood red.
Turkey, Russia cooperate on virus vaccine
Turkey and Russia have agreed to cooperate in the development of a coronavirus vaccine and plan to carry out joint clinical trials, the Turkish health minister ...
Rod Rosenstein, Key Figure in Russia Inquiry, Defends Mueller Appointment
A year after he stepped down as deputy attorney general and nearly two after his last oversight hearing, Republican senators called Mr. Rosenstein to testify about the investigation.