he level of absurdity in US politics has now reached such vertigo inducing levels as to render all manner of things permissible. Contact with the unwashed implies collaboration; discussion with the.. Eurasia Review - Published
(RFE/RL) — Top Russian officials on January 16 dismissed as ridiculous allegations that U.S. President Donald Trump could have worked for Moscow’s interests, calling them “absurd” and.. Eurasia Review - Published Also reported by •Japan Today •Bangkok Post
Russia's state security service, the FSB, says it has detained an American citizen suspected of spying in Moscow. Russian media have named him as Paul Whelan, but details are scarce. Matthew Larotonda..
A woman accused of acting as a Russian agent to infiltrate a powerful gun lobby group and influence U.S. policy toward Moscow pleaded guilty to a single count of conspiracy in federal court on Thursday..
According to Reuters, a woman accused of acting as a Russian agent to infiltrate gun lobby groups pleaded guilty to a single count of conspiracy.
Maria Butina entered her guilty plea in federal court..
Business Insider has reported that suspected Russian agent Maria Butina pleaded guilty to engaging in a conspiracy against the US. Butina has long been suspected of working with a high-ranking Russian..
Accused Russian agent Maria Butina has struck a deal to cooperate with prosecutors and will plead guilty to conspiracy charges at a hearing on Thursday, according to media reports. Vanessa Johnston has..
Accused Russian agent Maria Butina appeared poised this week to plead guilty in the case, after her lawyers and prosecutors filed a joint motion asking a federal judge on Monday to schedule a change of..
According to Reuters, Lawyers for accused Russian agent Maria Butina and prosecutors overseeing the case asked a federal judge on Monday to schedule a court hearing this week so that she can change her..
Judging by comments in social media and the real world, millions of people in the United States have gone from having little or no opinion on NATO, or from opposing NATO as the world’s biggest.. Eurasia Review - Published
Standing outside the snow-covered White House on Monday (14 January), Donald Trump made an astonishing declaration for a US president: no, he has never been an agent of Russia. EurActiv - Published Also reported by •Bangkok Post
To read the full article, visit NewsBusters. MSNBC’s Chris Matthews on Monday insisted multiple times that President Trump was unable to deny that he was a Russian agent – even minutes after.. CNSNews.com - Published
Donald Trump spent part of his weekend attacking the FBI for opening an investigation into whether Trump was a Russian agent, which reminded many of Sarah Huckabee Sanders' 2016 tweet that attacking.. Mediaite - Published
Picking up an an AP headline, “Trump dodges question on whether he has worked for Russia,” Mika Brzezinski opened Monday’s Morning Joe by highlighting how, when President Trump was asked, “have.. CNSNews.com - Published
During Sunday's edition of The Next Revolution With Steve Hilton, the eponymous host played a montage of Sunday show hosts asking guests if they thought President Trump was a Russian agent, in light.. CNSNews.com - Published
· The biggest news this weekend was about the now record-breaking partial government shutdown and its expanding fallout.
· *President Donald Trump was particularly active on Twitter over the weekend.. Business Insider - Published
Questions about whether President Trump is a Russian agent made clear that the protracted government shutdown may be just the initial skirmish in an all-out battle between the president and Congress. NYTimes.com - Published
On Saturday, President Donald Trump called into Jeanine Pirro‘s Fox News show. During that interview, host Jeanine Pirro asked Trump about a New York Times report that claimed that the FBI opened an.. Mediaite - Published
Moscow (CNN)The arrest of US citizen Paul Whelan in Moscow last week prompted intense speculation in national security circles: It came just 15 days after alleged Russian agent Maria Butina pleaded.. WorldNews - Published
Moscow says that the U.S. forced Russian national Maria Butina, 30, to falsely confess that she was a secret agent for the Kremlin. She pleaded guilty to conspiracy against the U.S. Thursday. MailOnline - Published
Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs accused the United States of forcing Russian national Maria Butina to falsely confess to what it described on Wednesday as the ridiculous charge of her being a.. Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters
Chris Matthews floated a novel legal theory on his MSNBC show “Hardball” Monday evening suggesting President Trump could resign as part of a deal with prosecutors to spare his children the.. The Wrap - Published
While a debate rages within the U.S. regarding the country’s plea bargaining system and the use of solitary confinement, there is no evidence that Maria Butina was faced with circumstances that.. Polygraph.info - Published
The Kremlin said on Friday that allegations against Maria Butina, a Russian woman accused of acting as an agent of Russia's government in the United States, were absolutely groundless. Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters