The Russian opposition leader will be sent to a penal colony for failing to meet with probation officers while he was comatose due to poisoning.
"It's an escape hatch from tyranny," writes the Human Rights Foundation's Alex Gladstein. "It's nothing less than freedom money."
More than 5,000 people were detained across Russia on Sunday
The political activist's fraud conviction has been called a "politically motivated" Kremlin plot to keep him from running for office.
Researchers and public health authorities around the world are alarmed by the speed and possible political motivation of the Russian vaccine timeline
Vladimir Putin insists he has control of the situation. Don't believe him.
The amendment lets Putin stay in power until 2036.
An obscure former finance minister known for anti-corruption efforts, Mishustin is unlikely to threaten Putin's autocracy.
Putin has every intention of staying in charge.
People are losing their damn fool minds in the midst of Putin paranoia.
An aide for the jailed dissident calls Google's actions "political censorship."
When Americans do it, it's called participating in democracy. When Russians do it, it's called undermining democracy.
Merkel believes "it must once again become normal for Russian and American presidents to meet."
The Arizona senator blasted Trump today for his press conference with Vladimir Putin.
In a series of tweets, the libertarian-leaning Republican detailed why Trump's joint press conference with Vladimir Putin was all wrong.
Trump also said he doesn't think any of his predecessors have been as tough on Russia as him.
Trump Claims He Misspoke During Putin Presser, Meant to Say Russia Was Involved in Election Interference
"The sentence should've been: 'I don't see any reason why it wouldn't be Russia.'"
"Haven't presidents been killed in the United States? Have you forgotten about-well, has Kennedy been killed in Russia or in the United States? Or Mr. King?"
Paul defends Trump's conversation with Russian leader Vladimir Putin in the name of diplomacy.
The president has a long history of admiration for authoritarians and strongmen.
The paper has put up hundreds of billboards highlighting both leaders' "turbulent relations with the media."
"A person can be in favor of improving relations with Russia, in favor of meeting with Putin, and still think something is not right here."
The Arizona senator goes out shooting against the Paul family, even as he and the Kentucky senator make common cause on Gina Haspel.
Putin's critics gather in Hell's Kitchen.
A Jailed Model Claims to Have Evidence of Russian Meddling in U.S. Elections. Her Story Is Even Weirder Than You Think.
Rybka has spent the past several years as a protegee of pickup artist and seduction coach Alex Lesley-and picked up a plausible claim to 2016 election dirt along the way.
He's right. But he shouldn't leave diplomatic efforts to the U.S.
Apparently, opposing Montenegro's inclusion in NATO is the new treason.
Trump's awfulness doesn't make US foreign policy less imperfect.
Thanks for helping make the case for school choice, Marc Levine!
If a foreign nation's intervention into elections is a crime, America has a LOT of explaining to do.
Coverage of third-party candidates presented as attempt to discredit American democracy.
Don't let the fight over Russia's behavior allow interventionist answers to go unchallenged.
Please stop ignoring that government officials have agendas.
"Russia is not the Soviet Union, this is not the Cold War, and Moscow is not looking for world domination."
Putin is an awful, awful ruler. But can the United States get real about his goals and and his limits?
Bemoaning shift on Russia by Republicans, but not his own or that of fellow-travelers.
A guide to stripping the political outrage out of a national defense and policy issue.
The Russian Menace is making congressmen even dumber, it seems.
Whistleblower doesn't worry about whether there will be a deal for his return.