West Preparing More Sanctions on RussiaNext round of sanctions will be more painful, U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew warns Moscow.
Romney: Obama 'Naive' in Dealing with Crimean InvasionCriticism against US's handling of the Crimean invasion grows, as Mitt Romney declares Obama's judgement 'faulty' in broadcast.
Putin Sanctions U.S. Senators After Obama Sanctions RussiansPutin bars 9 American officials from entering Russia, including House Speaker Boehner and Sen. McCain.
Russia Unfazed by American Threats of Sanctions"Sanctions will hit you back like a boomerang," Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warns Secretary of State John Kerry.
Former Ambassador: Putin is Taking Obama SeriouslyFormer Israeli ambassador to Russia tells Arutz Sheva: Believe it or not, but Putin is taking Obama's threats seriously.
Moscow Accuses Washington of Interfering in Ukraine CrisisRussia accuses US of trying to shape Ukraine crisis to their liking after State Department representative remark leaks to foreign press.
Pro-Putin MP Tweets Racist Obama PicMP Irina Rodnina accused of racism over photoshopped image of Obamas looking at a banana.
‘Russia, Iran and Syria Defeated America’Former Israeli ambassador to US the: Iran-Syria-Russia victory signals an end to U.S. deterrence in the Middle East.
Putin Appeals to Americans: Syria Intervention DangerousRussian President appeals to Americans, warns that U.S. intervention is becoming “ineffective and pointless.”
Putin 'Not Ruling Out' Syria StrikeRussian President hints he may support a military strike in Syria - if there's solid proof that Assad attacked his people with chemicals.
Russia to U.S.: Don't Repeat Your Past Mistakes in SyriaThe U.S. rhetoric over the alleged chemical attack in Damascus reminds one of its behavior in Iraq, says Moscow.
U.S. to Russia: Don't Give Snowden a 'Propaganda Platform'Letting Snowden stay in Russia is counter to the government's previous declarations, says White House spokesman.
Snowden Asks for Asylum in RussiaEdward Snowden tells activists he wants to claim asylum in Russia. The Kremlin: He can stay if he stops leaking info.
White House to Russia: Expel Snowden, NowWhite House urges Russia to expel Edward Snowden without delay, saying Moscow has a "clear legal basis" for his expulsion.
Obama and Putin Continue to Disagree on SyriaU.S. and Russian Presidents agree that they disagree about Syria but promise to promote Geneva peace conference.
Russia 'Not Convinced' Assad Used Chemical WeaponsRussia says it is not convinced by U..S. evidence alleging that the Syrian government used chemical weapons against rebels.
U.S. Backs EU, Condemns Russia Over SyriaThe U.S. condemns Russia for selling advanced missile systems to Syria, welcomes EU's lifting of an arms embargo.
Kerry and Lavrov to Meet and Talk About SyriaU.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will meet Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Paris for talks on Syria's conflict.
Dempsey: Selling Missiles to Syria Emboldens AssadRussia's shipment of anti-ship missiles to Syria will "embolden" the regime, General Martin Dempsey says.
Russian Official: Missile Systems Sale ‘A Message to America’Russian official says sale of missile systems to Syria sends a message of opposition to U.S. interference.
Russia Detains Alleged CIA AgentRussia says it detained an alleged American CIA agent working undercover at the U.S. embassy.
Official Russia Promises Retaliation After Senate Passes BillDespite official huffing and puffing the Russians are not really upset over Magnitsky.
Lavrov: To Pass Reset US Must Respect RussiaAn improvement in Russia-US relations is up to US, says Lavrov.
Russia No Longer Wants Or Needs Outside Help For Russian NGOsUSAID is to cease its activities in Russia, the Russian government has decreed.
Putin Sticks to Tough Policies Towards the West On First TripRussian leader Vladimir Putin has not relaxed his anti Western policies.
Putin Tells Russian Energy Producers To Get More CompetitiveEnergy produced from shale deposits requires Russian energy producers to shape up, warns Putin.
Russia Shifting Position on Assad, Tells Him to Make HasteFor various reasons, Russia is moving away from its unwavering support for Bashar Assad.
Echoes of 1970s Debate Resurface Over Current Russia Trade BillThe echoes of the fight over the Jackson-Vanik amendment are heard forty years later in the attempt to normalize US trade with Russia.
Throwback to Cold War: Medvedev Threatens Western EuropeRussia is kicking up a fuss over the anti missile system. There may be tactical considerations involved
Russia: US Policies Stoking AIDS PandemicMoscow says Washington's refusal to eradicate Afghanistan's poppy fields stokes AIDS through the heroin trade.
Putin Bashes American Parasites as Part of Presidential CampaignAs a sign of worsening relations Vladimir Putin accused the US of parasitism and the US and Russia argued over Georgia.