The two leaders are set to discuss zones of influence in Syria, where their countries are bargaining their stakes as the civil war comes to a close
Evidence circling around U.S. president as personal lawyer backtracks on Russian interference and AG nominee accepts possibility of collusion
How the attack that killed U.S. forces in Syria could affect Trump’s pullout ■ The question of Iran’s nuclear program is set to make a comeback
Without Trump's help, Putin could not do to the United States what the United States is now doing to itself
'If this really did happen, Congress needs to know about it,' the Republican head of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee said. 'How could the FBI do that? What kinds of checks and balances are there?'
Prime minister initially called Russian president to offer his condolences for deadly building collapse, and the discussion went on to include Syria, military and diplomatic collaboration between the countries
Putin remotely observed the test, which took place in the Russian Far East, from a Russian defense ministry building in Moscow
UN rejects Russian resolution in support of the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty
State Department calls on Russia 'to immediately return seized vessels and Ukrainian crews' after incident that reignited tensions ■ Russian fighter jets land in Crimea
The Kremlin has until now denied suggestions that Russian contractors are operating clandestinely in Syria
The following are highlights from Russian President Vladimir Putin's annual end-of-year news conference on Thursday
After U.S. Announces Syria Pullout, Netanyahu Says Israel Will Increase Actions Against Iran With Full U.S. Support
Putin says he agrees with Trump that ISIS has been defeated in Syria but that he doesn't know what a U.S. withdrawal really means, as he has not seen signs of it yet
ISIS, Erdogan, Iran, Putin and Assad. What's wrong with the list of big winners from Trump's immoral, incompetent retreat from Syria? How much worse can the president's Mideast 'policymaking' get?
U.S. Treasury says it's imposing new sanctions on individuals involved in alleged election interference, the hacking of the World Anti-Doping Agency and other 'malign activities'
Speaking with foreign media ahead of UN Security Council meeting, the prime minister says he asked Putin not to support or stay neutral on Hezbollah
Israel has gradually abandoned its neutrality on the Crimea issue amid a deterioration in relations with Russia
Russia didn’t trigger the Gilets Jaunes. But Putin and the far right want to see Paris burn and Europe weakened and divided, so they jumped at the chance to contaminate and manipulate them
The leaders have joined forces against a formidable and strong common enemy who is the greatest of all global builders of the dream of an open human society
Their deployment came days after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, whose left-wing administration is the most significant U.S. foe in Latin America, held talks with President Vladimir Putin in Moscow
Relations have been tense since the downing of a Russian spyplane two months ago. Despite recent attempts, Netanyahu and Putin have yet to set an official diplomatic meeting
The United States delivered Russia a 60-day ultimatum on Tuesday to come clean about what Washington says is a violation of a 1987 nuclear arms control treaty
'Murder Incorporated' Saudi Crown Prince Goes Viral With a High-five From Putin and That Awkward Photograph
Kremlin critic Gary Kasparov simply caption the video of the exchange as, 'Murder Incorporated'
'You won’t see me for a while, Donnie. I prefer presidents who don’t get indicted'
Turkish president calls on Russian counterpart at sidelines of G-20 to discuss the enclave where the two are trying to create a sustainable demilitarized zone
Senior state security official says Kiev is considering whether to respond with 'mirror actions' to Black Sea incident ■ Russia's RIA news agency reports Russia has no plans for a reciprocal move to bar Ukrainian men
Kremlin says Trump's move hasn't been confirmed, but if true, Putin will have a few more hours for 'useful meetings' on G-20 sidelines
Amid the most recent flare-up of tensions between Russia and Ukraine the German Chancellor said the West would impose sanctions on Russia
Moscow and Kiev blame each other for the Black Sea incident on Sunday, in which Russia fired on and seized three Ukrainian vessels and their crews
Trump’s former lawyer admitted to making false statements in 2017 to the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence about a plan to build a Trump Tower in Moscow to be 'loyal' to Trump
NATO, which Ukraine one day hopes to join, has stopped short of offering to deploy new forces in the area to deter Russia