Deadly church shooting in Russia
At least five people were killed and four wounded when a gunman opened fire with a hunting rifles on people leaving a Sunday service at a Russian Orthodox church in the Dagestan city of Kizlyar.
Mueller's Indictment of Russians Unveils Sweeping Pro-Trump Meddling
Bloomberg's Henry Meyer and Kevin Cirilli discuss the indictments of Russian nationals in a widespread and coordinated campaign to meddle in the U.S. presidential election.
Mark Cuban on Russian hacking, social media, Blockchain
Mark Cuban, owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks, discusses Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential election, social media, blockchain technologies and cryptocurrencies. He speaks on "What'd You Miss?" from the NBA All-Star Technology Summit in Beverly Hills, California.
Emergency teams continue search at Russian plane crash site
Russian search team worked around the clock searching for clues and body parts in a snow-covered field outside Moscow where a Russian plane crashed on Sunday (February 11) killing all 71 people on board.
Doping ban overturned for some Russian athletes
The world's highest tribunal for sport has upheld the appeals of 28 Russian athletes, although it's yet unclear if they'll compete in the upcoming Winter Olympics.
U.S.-Russian Relations at Low Point Heading Into 2018
Topping the Kremlin’s list for disappointments in 2017? The failure to restore ties with the U.S., according to spokesman Dmitry Peskov.
Putin critic Navalny gets initial backing to run as president
Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny says he has gathered enough nominations to challenge Vladimir Putin in March's presidential election.
UK's Johnson tells Russian hosts to stop meddling in foreign elections
British foreign secretary Boris Johnson told his Russian counterpart there was "abundant evidence" of Moscow meddling in foreign elections, but said any Russian efforts to interfere in last year's Brexit referendum had fallen flat.
U.S., Russian, Japanese crew blasts off for space station
The craft set off for a two day trip to the International Space Station with the three crew members on board.
UK cyber agency warns over use of Russian software
Britain’s main cyber security agency is set to write to British government departments warning about the use of anti-virus software from Russian companies, it's the latest in a series of moves targeting Moscow-based security software maker Kaspersky Lab.