Russian Government Requests To Question Bay Area ProfessorThe government of President Vladimir Putin is looking to question Michael McFaul, a Stanford University professor who is also a former U.S. ambassador to Russia.
Putin Cruises to Overwhelming Victory in Fraud-Tainted Russian VoteVladimir Putin rolled to an overwhelming win in Russia's presidential election Sunday, adding six years in the Kremlin for the man who has led the world's largest country for all of the 21st century.
U.S. Shuts Down Russian Consulate In San FranciscoThe Trump administration retaliated Thursday against Russia's expulsion of U.S. diplomats by ordering the Russian consulate in San Francisco to be closed.
Russia Threatens To Expel U.S. DiplomatsRussia's Foreign Ministry said it will expel U.S. diplomats in Russia if the U.S. doesn't reopen Russian estates in U.S. shut down by Obama.
Intel Report Finds Kremlin Liked Trump's Russia-Friendly StanceA declassified intelligence report saying Putin ordered a campaign to influence the US election in favor of Donald Trump prompts responses from elected officials.
Russian Lawmaker Exiled In Bay Area After Standing Up To President PutinA Russian lawmaker who dared to stand up to President Vladimir Putin is for all intents and purposes stuck in San Jose.
Vodka Prices Capped In President Vladimir Putin's Plan To Handle Plummeting Ruble ValuePutting Russia's signature drink in the spotlight, President Vladimir Putin announced plans to cap the prices for vodka, as his country's currency continues to plummet.
'First-Tweet' Site Reveals Ironic Tweet From Putin Congratulating Obama In 2012As Twitter celebrates its 8th birthday with a website allowing users to see their first tweets, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s first tweet revealed a bit of irony as he congratulated then President-elect Barack Obama on his re-election.