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The Russia-Trump Links in Mueller’s Report, Explained
New details reveal extensive contacts between the Trump campaign and Russian operatives.
A Comedian as President? Time to Be Serious
Zelenskiy is emerging as the winner of Ukraine's election.
Bears in Russian Zoo Predict Ukrainian Election
These bears don't care which candidate is currently leading in the polls.
We Told You So: Russian Officials React to Mueller Report on Collusion
Mueller found no evidence that Trump's campaign had conspired with Russia.
Putin Reshuffles Regional Governors Ahead of 2019 Vote
Five new regional governors have resigned as approval for the ruling party drops.
The Alleged Links Between the Trump Campaign and Russia, Explained
U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded that there was Russian interference in the presidential election.
U.S. Disrupted Russian Trolls on Day of November Election
The group had posed as Americans and spread disinformation online in an attempt to influence the 2016 election.
U.S. Judge Delays Sentencing of Admitted Russian Agent Butina
Butina pleaded guilty in December to one count of conspiring to act as a foreign agent for Russia.
Twitter Says Troll Accounts Linked to Russia Were Actually Venezuelan, Revises Data
Twitter removed 228 accounts from the Russian IRA dataset earlier this month.
Two More Russian Cities Abolish Mayoral Elections
Other major cities that have abolished elections in recent years include Yekaterinburg, Petrozavodsk, Novgorod and Kaliningrad.
Computer says no
Moscow Duma Chairman Defends Automated System That Overshot Vote Tally
“The screen shows a vote of 33 for and 3 against — that’s 36 people,” a deputy said. “But I counted 26.”
Russia Says Syria's Assad Is Popular, Likely to Win Re-Election
Russia described Syrian President Bashar al-Assad as a popular leader who has every chance to win re-election.
U.S. Imposes Fresh Russia Sanctions for Election Meddling
The fresh sanctions targeted 15 members of a Russian military intelligence service and four entities involved in alleged election interference.
Russia Used Social Media for Widespread Meddling in U.S. Politics — Reports
Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election included attempts to divide Americans by race and extreme ideology, experts said Monday.
Russia Is Ready to Publish Correspondence on Alleged U.S. Election 'Interference,' Official Says
The official said that the U.S. had first approached Russia about the alleged hacking campaign in October 2016.
Tinatin Japaridze & Lincoln Mitchell
The Specter of Russia Hangs Over Georgia’s Presidential Runoff (Op-ed)
A return to power of Saakashvili’s allies could reignite tensions with Moscow.
'Brazen Interference': Russian Officials React to Election of Interpol's President
Officials in Moscow cited unfair Western pressure and interference in reacting to the news that a Russian major-general had lost his presidential bid.
Russian Firm Sues Facebook Over Employee Charged for U.S. Election Meddling
The lawsuit cited the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in claiming Facebook discriminated against the company due to its Russian origins.
Russia Accuses U.S. Senators of Trying to Meddle in Interpol Election
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on a conference call: "... This is probably a certain kind of interference in the electoral process of an...
Russian Election Observers Warn of Voter Fraud Scheme Tested in Far East
“This issue is systemic – the technology can be applied throughout the country… if urgent measures aren’t taken,” observers warn.
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