In Russia, recent military exercises pitted its forces against NATO in an imaginary war in Belarus. While Russia may see NATO as a foe interested in regime change, the West also sees Russia as a threat to international order. Is…
By Barbara Ortutay, Associated Press
The problems keep piling up for Facebook, and it's unclear how long the internet giant will be able to brush them aside as it barrels toward acquiring its next billion users.
By Associated Press
The family of former national security adviser Michael Flynn has established a legal defense fund for him as he is scrutinized by investigators looking into Russia's meddling in the 2016 election.
ProPublica reported this week that Facebook advertisers were able to target ads to "Jew-haters" and other users who belonged to anti-Semitic groups. This follows a recent announcement by the company that Russian propagandists had bought thousands of ads on the…
By Larisa Epatko
Russian officials say just under 13,000 troops are taking part in the war games, which take place between Sept. 14 and 20. Here's what you should know.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
U.S. and Russian envoys are to meet in Finland this coming week in a bid to calm diplomatic tensions that have risen to levels of the Cold War.
Facebook announced this week that a Russian propaganda organization used the social media platform to purchase $100,000 of political advertising. Here’s what you need to know about this news.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Tuesday, the city of Houston continues to recover from Hurricane Harvey as its mayor lifted an overnight curfew and a major oil pipeline returned to near-full operations. Also, President Vladimir Putin said his government could make…
By Associated Press
Russian President Vladimir Putin refrained from criticizing U.S. President Donald Trump at a news conference in China on Tuesday, but said a decision to shutter Russian diplomatic outposts in the U.S. was poorly handled.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
Moscow has accused the U.S. of violating international law by shuttering the facilities, a charge the U.S. disputes.
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