In the new novel "A Terrible Country," young, Soviet-born Andrei Kaplan is struggling in his academic career and getting over a breakup, when he returns to Russia to care for his aging grandmother. Jeffrey Brown talks with author Keith Gessen…
By Associated Press
The first episode of "Moscow. Kremlin. Putin." aired on Sunday night, stressing the Russian president's work to address various crises and stay in touch with ordinary Russians.
By Frank Bajak, Adam Geller, Associated Press
Experts said it is too late to safeguard U.S. voting systems and campaigns this election cycle.
In our news wrap Friday, Russia accused Ukraine of assassinating Alexander Zakharchenko to destabilize the region. Kiev denied the charge. Also, there's word that Russian intelligence bragged in 2016 that it had then-candidate Donald Trump "over a barrel." The Associated…
By Helen Branswell, STAT
An analysis of Twitter accounts previously identified as having been operated by Russian bots and trolls found they dove into the vaccine debate as early as January 2015…
In our news wrap Thursday, National Security Adviser John Bolton raised election interference at a Geneva meeting with his Russian counterpart but was unable to agree on the issue. Meanwhile, Google announced it identified a misinformation campaign connected to Iranian…
By Matt O'Brien, Associated Press
The company said Tuesday that a group tied to the Russian government created fake websites that appeared to spoof two American conservative organizations: the Hudson Institute and the International Republican Institute.
The White House is revoking the security clearance of former Obama administration CIA director John Brennan. Brennan has been an outspoken critic of President Trump.
President Donald Trump signed a sweeping defense authorization bill Monday that offers a statement of policy as well as spending priorities totalling more than $700 billion. Nick Schifrin joins Amna Nawaz to discuss the scope beyond the wars in Iraq…
By Susannah George, Vladimir Isachenkov, Associated Press
Russia typically brushes off new U.S. sanctions. Not this time.
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