As far as year-end Presidential news conferences go, this one was middling.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is seen doing so many “manly things” extensive photo galleries exist online devoted to pics of Putin practicing Judo, hunting (shirtless), riding a horse (shirtless), flying in a motorized hang glider, examining a shipwreck in a submersible and taming tigers and polar bears.
Ice hockey superstar Alex Ovechkin took to social media Thursday to announce his support of Russian President Vladimir Putin ahead of next year’s election.
Facebook Inc. estimates that about 126 million people may have seen content posted by Russian-backed accounts over more than two years that sought to disrupt American society, the social-media giant plans to tell congressional investigators Tuesday, according to a prepared copy of the remarks obtained by The Wall Street Journal.
Famous Russian TV host Ksenia Sobchak has declared her presidential bid.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has a new “best friend” thanks to Turkmenistan’s president.
In a gift that speaks to a presidential-sized man crush, Italy’s controversial former leader Silvio Berlusconi gave Russian president Vladimir Putin a king-sized embroidered duvet — with a blown-up image of the men embracing — as a birthday present.
The latest in the pseudo-diplomatic war between the U.S. and Russia have the latter saying that it is within its rights to restrict the operations of U.S. media organizations in the latest move of saber rattling.
Hundreds of people supporting Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny were arrested Saturday after rallying across the country in a wave of demonstrations on President Vladimir Putin’s 65th birthday.
WikiLeaks, believed by many to be a Kremlin front, surprised some observers Tuesday morning when it released documents linking a Russian tech company with access to thousands of citizens’ telephone and Internet communications with Moscow.
As North Korea continues to develop a nuclear weapons program, threaten the U.S and neighboring countries, as well as starve and enslave much of its population, the regime of Kim Jong-un continues to receive an increasing amount of both public and private support from Russia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, mocking U.S. politics, said Tuesday that it’s “difficult to have a dialogue with people who confuse Austria and Australia.”
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis vowed Thursday the Trump administration will not accept Moscow’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea region, and suggested he favors providing the country with defensive lethal weapons.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday that Iran is seeking to establish a permanent military presence in Syria — and hinted at a possible Israeli military response to such a development.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Sunday that 755 U.S. diplomats will be expelled from Russia by Sept. 1, according to an interview on Russian television.
Russian President Vladimir Putin finally took his revenge, responding to a months-old censure from the Obama administration and new Congressional sanctions by closing down several American facilities in Russia and ordering a reduction in the number of U.S. diplomats allowed in the country.
Artist Dario Gambarin created the land portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin in a field near Verona, Italy.
The Russian embassy reminded Americans in a tweet Tuesday that a Fourth of July musical staple was actually written about one of that country’s own wars.
It may be a tempest in a teacup, or, perhaps, a storm in a samovar.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday boldly claimed that efforts by the U.S. to hurt his country’s economy would backfire, making it stronger while the West suffered.
One of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s top critics was arrested minutes before a massive protest that drew thousands of people Monday in Moscow.
Alexei Navalny, the man who is planning to challenge Russian President Vladimir Putin in the 2018 Russian presidential election, was just arrested.
One of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s top critics was arrested Monday before a massive protest that drew thousands of people in Moscow.
Russian President Vladimir Putin displayed his manliness during an interview with American director Oliver Stone.