Five world powers and Iran agree to establish a financial facility in the European Union to facilitate payments for Iranian imports and exports.
The deputy attorney general—in the bull's-eye over alleged remarks—expected to be fired at a Monday meeting, but he's still on the payroll.
Just in time for the 2018 midterms, the filmmaker’s self-selecting audiences are treated to another serving of his docu-tainment, which makes some strong points—but too many leaps.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls Putin to express sorrow over the plane's loss, but insists that Syria bears responsibility for the downing of the Il-20 electronic intelligence plane.
The area will be established by Oct. 15 and be 9 to 12 miles deep, with troops from Russia and NATO-member Turkey conducting coordinated patrols.
The defense secretary condemns Russia's efforts to build opposition to an upcoming vote that could pave the way for the Balkan nation to join NATO, a move Moscow opposes.
If the president bows to his neoconservative aides on Syria, he risks thrusting the U.S. into a deadly conflict with Russia.
Two Russian men charged in Britain in the attack on former agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia make a surprise appearance on the RT channel to claim their visit to Salisbury was merely an "incredible, fatal coincidence."
Iranian and Russian leaders support a military campaign to retake the last rebel-held stronghold in Syria as Turkey's president pleads for a cease-fire. U.S. and others warn of a bloody humanitarian disaster.
Questions from the Mueller team about whether the president tried to block investigation of Russian meddling are a "no-go," the lawyer tells AP.