The latest news on Russia
GOP lawmaker, rights group say U.S. should re-examine deal with firm allegedly supplying Assad.
Opposition leader sees signs that Russia is re-thinking its support for the Syrian regime.
MOSCOW (AP) — A retired Russian military officer has been convicted on charges of spying for the U.S. and sentenced to 12 years in prison, the counterintelligence agency said Thursday, the latest in a raft of espionage cases that come amid tensions between Moscow and Washington.
Under a plan agreed to in Chicago, NATO will activate a Moscow-opposed missile shield in 2015.
One longtime senior U.S. diplomat says Moscow and Washington share opposition to nuclear-armed Iran.
Rep. Michael Turner discusses the significance of a missile defense shield.
Moscow has become a thorn in Washington’s side as rising oil prices give Russia ‘comfort zone’ to rebuild a superpower.
With a record like his, Biden has a lot of nerve attacking Romney for being naïve as far as foreign policy is concerned.
After criticizing a remark Obama made on an open mic, Romney catches some backlash of his own.
The "Friends of Syria" conference is to work out the details of an ultimatum to end the violence in the war-torn country