Russia

  • What Kremlin has to say about Facebook removing accounts

    The Kremlin on Thursday said Facebook’s removal of accounts controlled by various Russian media was a hostile move that smacked of censorship. Facebook said on Tuesday it had deleted hundreds of Russian accounts and pages associated with a “troll factory” indicted by U.S. prosecutors for fake activist and political...
  • First person sentenced in Russia probe draws 30 days, fine

    A Dutch attorney who lied to federal agents investigating former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was sentenced Tuesday to 30 days in prison in the first punishment handed down in special counsel’s Russia investigation. (April 3) Media: Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — A Dutch attorney who lied to federal...
  • ‘Satan 2’ nuclear missile again test-launched by Russia

    A new intercontinental ballistic missile hailed by Russian President Vladimir Putin as being able to fly over the North or South Poles and strike any target in the world reportedly was test-launched for the second time Friday. Russia’s defense ministry released a video purportedly showing the Sarmat ICBM blasting...
  • Russia will expel U.S. Diplomats and close American Consulate

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the Kremlin would expel 60 US diplomats and close the American consulate in St. Petersburg, Russian state media reportedThursday. The move is a tit-for-tat retaliation for the Trump administration’s expulsion of the same number of intelligence officers and closure of the Russian consulate in Seattle. The...
  • Top nuclear commander says Russia and China are developing high-speed hypersonic weapons

    Russia and China are ‘aggressively pursuing’ hypersonic weapons, commander of the US Strategic Command John Hyten says  Hyten says both countries are developing a high-speed nuclear missiles and the US can’t defend against them  Hyten suggests the United States steps up its nuclear weapon arsenal  A top nuclear commander...
  • Trump’s national security advisers warned him not to congratulate Putin. He did it anyway.

    President Trump did not follow specific warnings from his national security advisers when he congratulated Russian President Vladi­mir Putin Tuesday on his reelection, including a section in his briefing materials in all-capital letters stating “DO NOT CONGRATULATE,” according to officials familiar with the call. Trump also chose not to...
  • Countdown to World Cup on begins

    The 2018 World Cup is now 100 days away, and the tournament begins on FOX 5 News. Tuesday morning, FOX 5’s Cody Chaffins was live on Good Day Atlanta at Marietta Indoor Sports with a look at what’s ahead for the World Cup.  💯 DAYS! If this doesn’t get...
  • Could Russia have an all-powerful nuclear missile that can’t be intercepted ???

    Russian President Vladimir Putin boasted Thursday that his country has developed a nuclear-powered missile with an unlimited range that is also completely immune to enemy intercept. Speaking during an annual state-of-the-nation speech in Moscow, Putin said the ballistic missile is capable of penetrating any missile defense and can reach virtually any target around the...
  • Do Americans trust Special Counsel Robert Mueller more than President Trump ???

    When it comes to Russia, Americans have more trust in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation than they do in President Trump’s denials of collusion, a new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll finds. By wide margins, those surveyed are convinced that Russians meddled in the 2016 presidential election and that they will...