Turkey is set to hold a joint summit with Russia, Germany and France to discuss solutions to the Syrian conflict.
President Trump recently slammed special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, saying — once again — there was no collusion during his 2016 presidential campaign.
According to Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, a reunification of the two Koreas is not too far out and requires international assistance.
Economists are drawing parallels between Democrat policies in the Rust Belt and the Kremlin’s latest pension reform in Russia.
As tensions between the U.S. and Iran continue to escalate, the White House is not ruling out the possibility of a face-to-face meeting between President Trump and his Iranian counterpart.
Russia is providing Syria an air missile system, which is drawing strong objections from Israel.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein releases a second statement, denying claims he wanted to secretly tape President Trump with the aim of removing him from office. Rosenstein said Friday, he never pursued or authorized any surveillance of the president, and the idea that he was looking to invoke the 25th amendment — as reported by The New York Times — is absolutely false.
Former White House Aide K.T. McFarland updates her statement to investigators with the special counsel’s team regarding her contact with Michael Flynn. According to a report from the Washington Post Saturday McFarland recently told investigators Flynn may have referred to Russian sanctions in a discussion back in 2016.
The U.K.’s crown prosecution says two alleged Russian nationals are suspected of a chemical attack in Salisbury earlier this year, however, subsequent political statements don’t add up to the evidence. One America’s Kristian Rouz explains.