Almost a dozen Senate Republicans broke with the White House on Russia, voting to move forward on a resolution that would maintain sanctions in place.
This past week, we saw the first concrete evidence that Donald Trump's 2016 campaign colluded with Russia - and it seemed as if no one cared.
- by Noah Feldman
The move forces Ukrainian clerics to pick sides between the Moscow-backed Ukrainian churches and the new church as fighting persists in eastern Ukraine.
- by Ayse Wieting
New President Jair Bolsonaro says he is worried about Russia's closeness with Venezuela, which last month held a joint military training mission with Russia.
- by Peter Prengaman
Russia's FSB state security service opened a criminal case against Whelan but it gave no details of his suspected espionage activities.
- by Mary Milliken
A three-year-old girl was among the latest victims of the collapse in the Russian city of Magnitogorsk.
- by Jim Heintz
Ivan Fokin was in an extremely serious condition, officials said, with fractures, a head injury and suffering from hypothermia.
- by Jim Heintz
"[It] looks increasingly like a hostage situation," Kremlin critic Bill Browder said after Paul Whelan, a 48-year-old retired Marine, was detained in Russia.
- by Amie Ferris-Rotman
The charges he faces could carry a prison term of as much as 20 years, according to Russia's criminal code.
- by Olga Tanas & Justin Sink
Russia says it would be dangerous to leave the children to grow up in a radicalised environment only to return to Russia with violent intentions later.
- by Philip Issa