CNN digs in and defends its debatable quality of journalism as President Trump slams the network for using false accounts in its reporting.
Russia sees move as a new example of Kiev's present bent towards its own self-destruction and says it has nothing to fear from Ukraine.
Michael Cohen's attorney Lanny Davis admits giving CNN unverified information, but CNN eschews truth to maintain its dishonest narrative.
Vostok 2018 exercises feature 3200 Chinese troops and 30 aircraft, operating on Russian sovereign soil for the first time.
The end of a politically bad week had the President lamenting the strange recusal of his own hand-picked Attorney General, Jeff Sessions.
France and Germany both move to grow relations with Russia while American Deep State fetters President Trump's efforts to do the same.
Norway's need for an innovative infrastructure development is sure to set the pace for the rest of the world for decades to come.
The reality of real competition from tech-savvy Russia and NATO's increasingly visible irrelevance are manifested in the US' current warning.
Featuring a 1970's retro design that is Russia's answer to Elon Musk's originality, Kalashnikov introduces its new electric supercar.
The US military is upgrading its stealth bomber platform and its associated weapons payload systems to maintain American strength anywhere in the world.
Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen helped perpetuate the myth of Russiagate, but this served the goals of the anti-Trump crowd.
Comments in interview with Reuters indicate that the doors are not entirely slammed shut between the US and Russia regarding sanctions.
The arrest of Maria Butina, a pro Second Amendment Russian visitor, has been topped by allegations of cruel treatment at American hands.
Asia Argento called out by a man SHE sexually abused, revealing the true nature of Hollywood's "moral cause".
Russia's restored federal subject Crimea shows tremendous growth after years of neglect by the corrupt and impoverished Ukrainian government.
John Brennan loses his security clearance under suspicion that he was monetizing intelligence - this claim put forth by Senator Rand Paul.
Ruble continues to tank under the spectre of looming American sanctions imposed on the basis of circumstantial evidence and insinuation.
The all-but-inevitable Second American Civil War is likely to be fought away from US soil if the globalists have their way.
Democrats unhappy with the prospect of Nancy Pelosi resuming the post as Speaker of the House if they win back the House.
A great deal of leftist success in destroying American liberty came when the study of both sacred and secular history was silenced.
Former Prosecutor and New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani insists the whole Russiagate investigation is predicated on false premises.
Social media and news media alike condemn Twitter CEO for decision, but he is actually the sane man in the room right now.
The US government displays its lack of contact with reality with sanctions, designed to hurt both US-Russia relations and President Trump.
There is a clear connection between lack of knowledge of the Constitution and the present craziness and the loss of liberty in the US today.
The attacks and slander against Donald Trump are hitting the wall and falling to the floor, and the left is getting more and more crazed.
Edward Snowden changed the practices of both the internal and external focused US and global intelligence agencies.
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad continues to restore order in his country after many years of a brutal civil war, thanks to Russian help.
President Trump's Press Secretary shows she is made of steel in her daily presser as she calmly dispatches CNN's "White House agitator."
Despite an attempt to oppose President Trump, this Senate bill just brings up more questions of recent US foreign policy decisions.
64-year-old scientist allegedly gave secret tech information to Vietnamese nationals; attorney says this was public data, not classified.
The Obama administration approved a $200,000 grant to a group with clearly known Al-Qaeda affiliation in Sudan.
Russian 60 Minutes program further highlights differences between the US sensationalist "fake news" and the FSB's careful investigation.
Forbes' Loren Thompson suggests that the US Air Force planner daydreams may be what does the most damage to the F-35 program.
President Lenin Moreno is apparently closer to making Mr. Assange leave the Ecuadoran embassy, ensuring his arrest and extradition to the US.
However, as with all other allegations in this 24-hour fictional drama, there is no evidence to offer as proof.
Prominent target of Mueller investigation Manafort to stand trial next week but trial itself may well bring down Russiagate probe