While Vladimir Putin’s behavior has been objectionable, there is something profoundly hypocritical about the American elite pretending the U.S. doesn’t embrace people like the Russian leader all the time.
Some politicians express hope that special counsel Robert Mueller's work will continue without interference.
The "Good Morning America" correspondent reported erroneously that when Donald Trump was a candidate he directed Flynn to make contact with the Russians.
The president does not want questions of Russian interference to prevent him from working with Putin’s government on other matters, including the civil war in Syria, officials say.
By bragging to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov (pictured, right) and others, the president may have endangered a spy who courageously penetrated Islamic State.
Andrew McCabe assures the Senate Intelligence Committee during Thursday morning's hearing that “the work of the men and women of the FBI continues despite any changes in circumstance."
The president needs to come clean on Russia ties, financial conflicts and other key issues before his Supreme Court pick (shown with Trump) is accepted.
The question of contacts between Russia and Trump and his cronies during the campaign is not going away, with a majority of Americans calling it a serious issue.
Despite the "Chicken Little" hysteria of the Republican presidential candidate about world war and nuclear exchanges, many in the Kremlin see him as less pragmatic than his Democratic counterpart and are expecting to work with her.