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Experts say President Vladimir Putin isn't necessarily dictating every Russian influence campaign abroad. Some accused of meddling in the 2016 U.S. election appear to be... [Read More]
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When Maria Butina arrived in Moscow from Siberia in 2011 to launch a Russian version of the National Rifle Association, her shooting range coach said... [Read More]
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When Maria Butina arrived in Moscow from Siberia in 2011 to launch a Russian version of the National Rifle Association, her shooting range coach said... [Read More]
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President Putin is preparing to address growing resentment about his pension reforms amid signs that they are taking a toll on his popularity.He is expected... [Read More]
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Russian soldiers in future wars will be able to fire assault rifles accurately using only one hand, according to the head of a Russian defence... [Read More]
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Six years ago, a Russian-speaking cybersecurity researcher received an unsolicited email from Kate S. Milton. Milton claimed to work for the Moscow-based anti-virus firm... [Read More]
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The leak of an alleged Russian hacker's conversations with a security researcher shows how the glare of publicity is beginning to reveal more about the... [Read More]
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Beneath the widespread jubilation over Putin's triumph, a few folks worry Trump capitulated so spectacularly that it's almost certain to provoke backlash. [Read More]
Ilya Repin work torn in three places after man becomes 'overwhelmed' in Moscow... [Read More]
Dmitry Rogozin, until recently the Russian government's point-man on all matters concerning the defense and space industries, was offered to head up the Roscosmos space... [Read More]
Russia will close the U.S. Consulate in St. Petersburg and kick out 60 American diplomats in response to Monday's coordinated expulsion of Russian diplomats from... [Read More]
Local residents have blamed the deadliness of the fire on political corruption and incompetence. [Read More]
The tit-for-tat expulsions are in response to the March 4 poisoning on British soil of a former Russian double agent. [Read More]
A parade of European ambassadors passed through the Foreign Ministry in the latest twist over the poisoning of a Russian double agent and his daughter... [Read More]
Moscow ratchets up stakes in its tit-for-tat response for ex-spy's poisoning in Britain. [Read More]
The move came in retaliation for the response to the Sergei Skripal poisoning case. [Read More]
Russia's foreign minister says Moscow will expel the same number of diplomats from the nations that have expelled Russian diplomats over the poisoning of an... [Read More]
President Putin visited the Siberian city and urged people to ignore speculation of higher tolls. [Read More]
President Vladimir Putin himself flew out to the city, located some 2,000 miles east of Moscow to meet with local officials and calm speculation that... [Read More]
Trapped schoolchildren called their parents from burning Siberian mall — to say goodbye... [Read More]
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