A U.S. jury has convicted a Russian man on charges related to a massive computer hack into American businesses to steal credit-card information.
Russia says it will work with the United States on a response after a UN investigation concluded that the Syrian regime had carried out chemical weapons attacks.
A controversy is escalating in Ukraine over a photo that seems to capture the conflict with Russia-backed separatists in a single frame. It could be one of the greatest war photographs ever taken – or a fake.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden has said the United States believes the Nord Stream 2 natural-gas pipeline project involving Russia is a "fundamentally bad deal for Europe.”
President Vladimir Putin has said a ban on Russia's Paralympic team competing in Rio next month is "outside the bounds of law, morality, and humanity."
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced large-scale snap military exercises on land and in the Black and Caspian seas, increasing worries in Ukraine and other Western neighbors about Moscow's intentions.
Russian investigators say a man who took four people hostage inside a Citibank branch in downtown Moscow on August 24 has admitted his guilt.
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A court in Moscow has the seized assets of the former director of Russia's antidoping laboratory, after he publicly detailed a vast state-sponsored system to help Russian athletes improve their performance.
When Russia formally recognized the independence of Georgia's breakaway Abkhazia and South Ossetia regions eight years ago this week, it was a harbinger.