President Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn said he knew lying to the FBI was a crime.
- by Andrew Harris
The report is the first to study millions of posts by Russia-linked accounts, including on YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr and email.
- by Craig Timberg and Tony Romm
The Orthodox Church in Ukraine had been a wing of the Russian Orthodox Church since the late 17th century.
Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko called on supporters to remember the day's events as "the final acquisition of independence from Russia".
- by Neil MacFarquhar
She even made no secret of her desire to help broker a secret meeting with Donald Trump, then a candidate, and Vladimir Putin during the 2016 US election.
- by Matthew Rosenberg
Russian state television hailed it as "one of the most advanced robots," showing a tall, white android dancing. It seemed so human. Because it was.
- by Ivan Nechepurenko
Her admission add to the pace of developments in investigations around the 2016 election, with several people close to Trump now cooperating with prosecutors.
- by Polly Mosendz
The identity card was issued by communist East Germany's secret police in 1986, when Putin was a mid-ranking KGB spy stationed in Dresden.
Maria Butina, a Russian gun rights activist, is poised to plead guilty in a case involving accusations she was working as an agent for the Kremlin in the US.
- by Rosalind S. Helderman and Spencer S. Hsu
Two Russian nuclear-capable strategic bombers arrived in Venezuela on Monday, a deployment that comes amid soaring Russia-US tensions.