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    Which issues divide the U.S. and Russia? A quick guide
    Jan15

    Which issues divide the U.S. and Russia? A quick guide

    (Sasha Mordovets/Getty Images) MOSCOW – The Kremlin hopes that Donald Trump will move to improve badly strained Russia-U.S. ties once he takes office. Relations between Moscow and Washington are at their lowest point since the Cold War amid the Ukrainian crisis, the war in Syria and other issues. It would be challenging to reach common ground on...

    Kremlin counts days to Trump’s inauguration, blasts Obama
    Jan15

    Kremlin counts days to Trump’s inauguration, blasts Obama

    MOSCOW — Exulted by Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S., the Kremlin is counting the days to his inauguration and venting its anger at Barack Obama’s outgoing administration, no holds barred. Careful not to hurt chances for a thaw in U.S.-Russia relations, President Vladimir Putin and other Russian officials have deferred questions...

    Russia-US ties hard to mend, interests differ sharply
    Jan15

    Russia-US ties hard to mend, interests differ sharply

    MOSCOW — The Kremlin hopes that Donald Trump will move to improve badly strained Russia-U.S. ties once he takes office. Relations between Moscow and Washington are at their lowest point since the Cold War amid the Ukrainian crisis, the war in Syria and other issues. It would be challenging to reach common ground on some issues even if Trump and...

    Explosive memos suggest that a Trump-Russia tit-for-tat was at the heart of the GOP’s dramatic shift on Ukraine
    Jan15

    Explosive memos suggest that a Trump-Russia tit-for-tat was at the heart of the GOP’s dramatic shift on Ukraine

    An unverified dossier alleges that Trump “agreed to sideline” the issue of Russian intervention in Ukraine during his campaign. Here’s what happened. …read more Source: Business...

    Russia-US ties hard to mend, interests differ sharply
    Jan15

    Russia-US ties hard to mend, interests differ sharply

    MOSCOW (AP) – The Kremlin hopes that Donald Trump will move to improve badly strained Russia-U.S. ties once he takes office. Relations between Moscow and Washington are at their lowest point since the Cold War amid the Ukrainian crisis, the war in Syria and other issues. It would be challenging … …read more Source: The...

    Russia-US ties hard to mend, interests differ sharply
    Jan15

    Russia-US ties hard to mend, interests differ sharply

    U.S. intelligence agencies have accused Russia of meddling in the U.S. election through hacking, to help Trump win, claims that Russia has rejected. U.S. and EU officials also have accused Russia of hacking other Western institutions and voiced concern that Russia may try to influence this year’s elections in Germany, France and the...

    Russia, Cyber Take Center Stage at Confirmation Hearings
    Jan15

    Russia, Cyber Take Center Stage at Confirmation Hearings

    Russia’s meddling in the U.S. presidential election and cyber security took center stage at several confirmation hearings for Donald Trump’s cabinet nominees this week, with lawmakers from both parties raising questions about the government’s efforts to counter aggression in cyber space. Trump’s choices to lead the...

    Russia-US ties hard to mend, interests differ sharply
    Jan15

    Russia-US ties hard to mend, interests differ sharply

    MOSCOW (AP) — The Kremlin hopes that Donald Trump will move to improve badly strained Russia-U.S. ties once he takes office. Relations between Moscow and Washington are at their lowest point since the Cold War amid the Ukrainian crisis, the war in Syria and other issues…. …read more Source: Associated...

    Ukraine’s power station hack is a stark warning to the rest of the world
    Jan15

    Ukraine’s power station hack is a stark warning to the rest of the world

    A power outage in the Ukraine before Christmas was part of a widespread and coordinated series of cyber attacks, researchers revealed this week. Now experts say that the incident should act as a stark warning to countries around the world to protect their critical infrastructure. The attack on the Pivnichna substation on the outskirts of the...

    Why Russia Loves the Idea of California Seceding
    Jan15

    Why Russia Loves the Idea of California Seceding

    On a sunny late September day, a trio of tourists gathered on Moscow’s Red Square. Well-dressed, carrying a Russian flag, the visitors bunched in front of the Kremlin’s walls to snap a selfie. Like so many others before, the man taking the photo, Louis Marinelli, took to his Twitter account, and shared the shot for the world. But...