Russia's Supreme Court Deems Jehovah's Witnesses 'Extremist Group,' Bans Them From Operating In CountryRussia's Supreme Court has banned the Jehovah's Witnesses from operating in the country, accepting a request from the justice ministry that the religious organization be considered an extremist group.
Trump: U.S. Relationship With Russia 'May Be At An All-Time Low'Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met with Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Russian counterpart, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, in Moscow on Wednesday.
Tillerson In Moscow As Putin Calls For UN Investigation Of Syria Chemical AttackU.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says Russia must choose between embracing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad or aligning itself with the U.S. and like-minded countries.
Lawmakers: Trump Needs To Work With Congress On Strategy In SyriaTrump ordered the air strike in response to a chemical weapons attack the Syrian government carried out against a Syrian village, killing more than 80 civilians.
Hillary Clinton Says She's 'Deeply Concerned' About Alleged Russian Involvement In 2016 ElectionHillary Clinton said Thursday that she is "deeply concerned" about allegations of Russian meddling in last year's presidential election.
House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes Steps Away From Russia Probe, Citing Ethics ComplaintsIn a statement on Thursday, Nunes says that several left-wing activist groups have filed accusations against him with the office of congressional ethics.
Russian Investigators ID Suspect In St. Petersburg Subway BlastThe Investigative Committee said in a statement on Tuesday that they believe Akbardzhon Dzhalilov set off a bomb on a train that killed 14 people and wounded dozens.
At Least 11 Dead In Explosion On St. Petersburg Subway In RussiaAt least 11 people have been killed and 45 others injured in an explosion on a subway train in Russia.
Trump: Flynn Should Testify Before Congressional Intelligence Committees & Receive ImmunityFormer National Security Adviser Michael Flynn says he's ready to talk to the Congressional committees looking into Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election, but he wants immunity.
'Trump Bump' Back On Wall Street? Economy On Track Despite Tensions In WashingtonConsumer spending was robust as 2016 ended, and the Commerce Department says a revised look at gross domestic product shows an increased 2.1 percent for the year -- up from the previous 1.9 percent estimate.
'Why Would I?' Nunes Says He Won't Step Aside From Russia ProbeRep. Adam Schiff said Nunes' connections to the White House have raised insurmountable public doubts about whether the committee can credibly investigate the president's campaign associates.
Former Trump Campaign Chair Manafort Had Secret Contract With Russian Billionaire, The Associated Press ReportsFrom the pivotal health care vote, to questions on Russian ties and revelations about intelligence gathering, Capitol Hill was busy Wednesday.