Sessions won't take part in Russia probeAttorney General Jeff Sessions recuses himself from federal investigations into Russia’s interference in 2016 election.
House committee to investigate Russia-Trump tiesHouse of Representatives intelligence committee to investigate allegations of collusion between Trump campaign and Russia.
Flynn questioned by FBI shortly after taking officeOfficials say FBI agents interviewed Michael Flynn shortly after he took office as National Security Adviser.
Trump and Putin speak, but do not mention sanctionsU.S. President Donald Trump and Russian counterpart speak for the first time since Trump was sworn in.
Report: Trump wants to meet Putin firstBritish newspaper reports that President-elect planning to meet Russian President in Iceland after he takes office.
Trump accepts intelligence assessment on Russian hackingTrump's chief of staff says he accepts intelligence conclusion that Russia engaged in cyber attacks during the presidential election.
'Strong evidence' that Russia disrupted presidential electionU.S. spy chiefs insist they have strong evidence that Russia mounted an “unprecedented bid” to disrupt the presidential election.
Russia: Kerry's speech doesn't help peaceRussia's Foreign Ministry wonders why Kerry didn't raise his concerns about Israel-PA peace until weeks before the end of his term.
Trump on Russia: Time to move onPresident-elect reacts to Obama’s new sanctions against Russia, says the U.S. needs to “move on to bigger and better things”.
Obama to sanction Russia over 'election meddling'Obama administration to announce a series of sanctions against Russia for meddling in the presidential election.
Trump and Putin agree to normalize tiesPresident-elect speaks with Russian President and the two agree to work to improve strained ties.
Kerry: We're 'on the brink' of ending talks with RussiaSecretary of State John Kerry warns that Washington is “on the brink” of ending its talks with Russia on the Syrian conflict.
US, European allies say Russia must save Syria truceAs brutal fighting continues in Aleppo, US & allies press Russians to take 'extraordinary steps' to resuscitate dead ceasefire.
U.S.: No cooperation with Russia until Syria aid flowsKerry tells Russian counterpart there will be no military coordination in Syria until regime forces there allow aid into besieged cities.
Ceasefire in Syria due to begin at sundown, opposition waversCeasefire due to commence at sundown on Monday, but excludes ISIS and other jihadist groups. Breakdown of forces involved in truce inside.
State Dept.: Russian bombing raid from Iran is 'unfortunate'United States bemoans Russia's use of an Iranian air base to launch a bombing raid in Syria, but says Moscow gave an advance warning.
Russia: We're close to joining forces with U.S. in AleppoRussian Defense Minister says his country is close to joining forces with the United States around Syria's ravaged second city.
Russia fires back at Obama's criticism on SyriaRussia accuses Washington of lacking trust in Moscow and not behaving as a true partner.
Putin and Obama agree to intensify coordination in SyriaRussian President and American President agree during a telephone call to "intensify" military coordination in Syria.
United States and Russia to push Syrian political transitionKerry says he and Putin agreed to push Syrian regime and rebels to accelerate talks.
Putin praises 'talented' TrumpRussian president lavishes praised on Republican frontrunner, welcomes his statements on Russia.
Americans 'concerned' over Russian missile system in SyriaRussia's decision to deploy S-400 system to its base in Syria is raising "significant concerns" for the United States military.
American, Russian Militaries to Discuss SyriaMilitary commanders from Russia and the United States to discuss how to stay out of each other's way in Syria, says Defense Secretary.
Europe Urges US, Russia to Cooperate Over SyriaGermany and Spain try to make peace between Russia and US in differences over ongoing Syrian civil war.
Putin: American Support of Syrian Rebels 'Illegal'Russian President claims that Syrian rebels supported by the United States end up joining ISIS.
Russia Refuses to Return Disputed Chabad ArchiveMoscow court rejects US order to hand over Schneersohn Library, hits back by fining the US for withholding part of the collection.
Next Round of U.S. Sanctions on Russia Coming MondayThe United States will impose further sanctions on Russia and will target Russia's defense industry.
'Russia Wants to Start World War Three'Rhetoric between Moscow, Kiev escalates, as Russia accuses Ukraine of war crimes and Ukraine accuses Russia of war-mongering.
U.S. Threatens Russia with Sanctions Over Oil Deal with IranTreasury Secretary Jack Lew tells his Russian counterpart that any oil-for-goods deal between Iran and Russia could lead to more sanctions.
US Senator McCain Compares Putin's Actions to Adolf Hitler'sJohn McCain calls Crimea 'captive nation,' accuses Russian president of lying about further takeovers.
Report: Putin to Sanction Top U.S. SenatorsRussian President is reportedly planning to sanction American lawmakers in retaliation for similar U.S. sanctions on Russians.
U.S. Suspends Joint Military Drills with RussiaIn response to Ukraine crisis, Pentagon announces suspension of all military engagements with Russia.
U.S. Preparing Sanctions Against RussiansSenate's Foreign Relations Committee holding consultations on imposing sanctions against individual Russians.
American Lawmakers Hint: Snowden Had Help from RussiaTwo Republican lawmakers suggest that Edward Snowden may have received help from a foreign power.
Netanyahu Hopes for 'Actions, not Words' on SyriaPrime Minister makes remarks during memorial ceremony on Mt. Herzl commemorating the 1973 Yom Kippur war.
Russia: U.S. Has Been Ignoring Our Extradition RequestsThe U.S. has been pressuring Russia to extradite Snowden but ignoring Russian extradition requests for years, says official.
U.S.: Snowden Won't be Executed or TorturedU.S. tells Russia it will not seek the death penalty nor torture Edward Snowden, in an attempt to convince Moscow to turn him over.
Putin Defends Law Banning Adoption Of Children By US CitizensRussia symbolically retaliated against the US congress for passing the Magnitsky Act.
Official Russia Promises Retaliation After Senate Passes BillDespite official huffing and puffing the Russians are not really upset over Magnitsky.
Despite Growing Authoritarianism West Is Gung Ho On Russia TradeRussia's entry into the WTO has kindled hopes that increased trade could help solve the world economic crisis.
Official Russia Has Not Learned To Love US Envoy Michael McfaulOfficial Russia is not warming up to Michael McFaul whom they still suspect of wanting to impose American style democracy.
Live Mike Helps Amplify Obama-Romney Differences Over RussiaObama's remarks to Dimitry Medvedev presage a debate between Romney and Obama over policy towards Russia.
Polemics Erupt Between US And Russia Menacing The Reset PolicyImproved relations between Russia and the US have been dealt a setback as a result of the Russian veto of a resolution on Syria.
Boehner Attacks Administration Policy to a Neo Soviet RussiaHouse Speaker John Boehner wants a more assertive policy towards Russia recalling a debate that took place forty years ago.
Obama Administration Attempts to Pacify Critics of RussiaIn an attempt to salvage the "reset" with Russia, the Obama administration is slapping visa restrictions on Russian human rights violators.