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    Japan, Russia Summit Produces Economic Deals, No Peace Treaty 
    Dec16

    Japan, Russia Summit Produces Economic Deals, No Peace Treaty 

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Russian President Vladimir Putin ended two days of talks without any significant breakthrough on the major issue that divides them, a territorial dispute that dates back to World War II. The two leaders met Friday in Tokyo after holding talks the day before at a hot spring resort in southwest Japan. In the...

    For Russia, more love
    Dec16

    For Russia, more love

    The GOP is warming to Russian President Vladimir Putin — even as evidence of his regime’s interference in the election intensifies. While some Republicans in Congress have slammed the Russian strongman and called for investigations into the Kremlin’s attempts to influence the election, the party’s voters are increasingly fond of...

    Putin’s Revenge
    Dec16

    Putin’s Revenge

    Twenty years before Vladimir Putin began his ingenious campaign to influence the U.S. presidential election, his predecessor as Russia’s president stood on a dark street near the White House. In his underpants. Looking for a pizza.It was September 1994, and Boris Yeltsin was in Washington for a state visit with his new friend, President...

    What Did Donald Trump Know About Vladimir Putin’s Attempt to Hack the Election—and When Did He Know It?
    Dec16

    What Did Donald Trump Know About Vladimir Putin’s Attempt to Hack the Election—and When Did He Know It?

    Click here for reuse options! The plot thickens: Everything about Trump’s oddly subservient attitude toward Putin suggests dark possibilities. One of the most memorable moments of the 2016 presidential campaign was the GOP debate in which the man who would later become our president-elect felt the need to reassure the American people about...

    Japan and Russia Are Looking to Make an Economic Pact After Stalemating on Territory
    Dec16

    Japan and Russia Are Looking to Make an Economic Pact After Stalemating on Territory

    TOKYO (AP) — Russia and Japan aren’t likely to resolve a long-running territorial dispute, but they hope to announce an economic cooperation agreement after their leaders finish talks in Tokyo on Friday. The two countries have been negotiating the agreement since Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe proposed it as part of a “comprehensive...

    Japan, Russia eye economic pact amid stalemate on territory
    Dec16

    Japan, Russia eye economic pact amid stalemate on territory

    TOKYO (AP) — Russia and Japan aren’t likely to resolve a long-running territorial dispute, but they hope to announce an economic cooperation agreement after their leaders finish talks in Tokyo on Friday. The two countries have been negotiating the agreement since Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe proposed it as part of a “comprehensive...

    The Latest: Japan relaxes visa requirements for Russians
    Dec16

    The Latest: Japan relaxes visa requirements for Russians

    TOKYO (AP) — The Latest on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Japan (all times local): 2 p.m. Japan has announced a relaxation of visa requirements for Russians visitors as President Vladimir Putin holds summit talks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo. The Japanese Foreign Ministry said Friday that a multiple-entry...

    China’s 1st aircraft carrier carries out live-fire exercise
    Dec16

    China’s 1st aircraft carrier carries out live-fire exercise

    BEIJING (AP) — China’s first aircraft carrier battle group has carried out its first live-fire exercise, the Defense Ministry has announced. Dozens of ships and aircraft took part in the exercise “a few days ago” in the Bohai Sea in eastern China to test weapon performance and training levels, according to a statement posted Thursday on the...

    Trump Tells Cheering Crowd To Thank African-Americans for Not Voting
    Dec16

    Trump Tells Cheering Crowd To Thank African-Americans for Not Voting

    HERSHEY, Pa. (AP) — Donald Trump’s barnstorming tour across the states that won him the White House continues to feature far more taunts of triumph than notes of healing after a bruising election. Thursday’s rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania, found the president-elect calling for the mostly white crowd to cheer for African-Americans who...

    The White House Suggests That Vladimir Putin Authorized Cyber Attacks on the Democratic Party
    Dec16

    The White House Suggests That Vladimir Putin Authorized Cyber Attacks on the Democratic Party

    (WASHINGTON) — The Obama administration suggested Thursday that Russian President Vladimir Putin personally authorized the hacking of Democratic officials’ email accounts in the run-up to the presidential election and said it was “fact” that such actions helped Donald Trump’s campaign. The White House also assailed Trump himself,...