Russia is more dangerous than ISIS, - McCain
The terrorist groups such as ISIS present the constant threat and they will continue to attack. However, they do not have such military capabilities, technologies and strivings to support the intentions to rule the world as Russia does. The US Senator John McCain claimed this to The Arizona Republic.
'Happy to help, bro': Putin's image projected on Trump's hotel in New York
Trump SoHo New York, one of the Trump Organization's luxury hotels in lower Manhattan, appeared to be vandalized with a projection of Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday. This was reported by Business Insider.
How U.S. can help Ukraine defend itself - media
When U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis arrives for his upcoming Ukraine visit, he should bring promises of arms for the military and support for anti-corruption forces and the country’s defense industry, Defense One writes.
Vladimir Putin doesn't understand the limits of Donald Trump's power – Time
There are still many in Russia who take pleasure in watching the White House consumed by infighting and stumbling from one setback to another, most recently the failure to push through health care reform and the rapid hiring and firing of foul-mouthed communications director Anthony Scaramucci, according to an American weekly news magazine Time.
Europe may see Russia-supported annexation in Balkans - media
At a recent closed think-tank meeting, a well-informed German official was asked what problem in Europe caused him the most worry. His answer came without hesitation: the Western Balkans, where a new crisis is brewing as Turkey and Russia stir the pot, Wall Street Journal reports.
Bloomberg: House passes new Russia sanctions that would curb Trump's power
The measure, which also would impose new sanctions on Iran and North Korea, passed the House Tuesday on a vote of 419-3, Bloomberg reported.
US Senate rescinds subpoena for Trump's ex-campaign head, - source
US Senate panel has rescinded a subpoena that would have forced Paul Manafort, a former campaign manager of President Donald Trump, to appear at a hearing on Wednesday as part of its probe into Russia's role in the 2016 presidential election. This was reported by Reuters.
Washington Post debunks claims DNC’s contacts with Ukraine same as Trump campaign’s with Russia
Amid the unfolding investigation of the so-called “Russia collusion” involving Donald Trump campaign members, the Washington Post refutes allegations that contacts between the Democrats and representatives of Ukraine were of the same nature.
Trump claims he, his administraition did more than any other US President
US President Donald Trump claims that he and his administration did more than any other US President, according to his interview for Reuters.
Trump made no concessions to Putin - media
Many courteous gestures were seen during the first meeting of U.S. and Russian leaders in Hamburg on the sidelines of the G20 summit, however everything suggests that Donald Trump has not in fact made any concessions to Vladimir Putin, which would have worried the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, Jerzy Haszczyński wrote for Rzeczpospolita, according to zn.ua.
Trump, Putin agree on cease-fire in southwest Syria, US officials inform
US officials tell that during today’s meeting presidents of the US and Russia Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin reached agreement on cease-fire in southwest Syria, according to Associated Press.
Trump, Putin to meet in Hamburg
U.S. President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin are going to meet during the approaching summit of G20. The Associated Press reported that on Thursday.
Bloomberg: Manafort discloses $17 mln in payments for Ukrainian work
President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, received $17.1 million for his work with a Ukrainian political party, according to a registration document he filed with the U.S. government, according to Bloomberg.
Kremlin is ready for any format of negotiations between Putin and Trump
Kremlin announced readiness for any protocol negotiations format between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump. This was reported by Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov, according to TASS. "Protocol aspects are of secondary importance in this case, since it will be the first time that the two presidents will have a chance to meet," he stated.
U.S. broadens Russia sanctions as Ukraine president visits Trump – The Guardian
Washington has broadened its sanctions against Russian companies and officials, on the same day Donald Trump welcomed the Ukrainian president, Petro Poroshenko, to the White House, according to the Guardian.
Poroshenko: Meeting with Trump fruitful, detailed
The meeting of Ukrainian and U.S. leaders was a full-fledged and detailed one – that’s how President Petro Poroshenko put it at the briefing that took place in Washington on June 20.
Poroshenko to meet with Ukrainian community and Trump in US
Ukrainian President is to meet with Ukrainian community upon arrival to Washington (USA), the meeting with US President Donald Trump is scheduled for evening of June 20. This was reported by the correspondent of on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel.
Poroshenko goes on working visit to America
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko went on a working visit to the United States today, reported the press secretary of the leader of the state Svyatoslav Tsegolko.
Trump extends sanctions against Belarusian authorities
U.S. President Donald Trump has extended sanctions against the authorities of Belarus for one year, according to a press release of the White House.
U.S. Senate may pass bill "to punish Russia"
The United States Senate may pass a bill "to punish Russia" for meddling into the U.S. presidential election, according to CBS News.
House Dem drafting articles of impeachment for Trump – The Hill
A House Democrat will soon launch an official attempt to impeach President Trump, according to The Hill.
Putin believes U.S.-Russia war would leave no survivors
Russian President Vladimir Putin in his interview with Oliver Stone said that there would have been no survivors in case of an armed conflict between the U.S. and Russia.
Trump nominates Christopher Wray as new FBI Director
US President Donald Trump decided to nominate Christopher A. Wray as the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Head of State reported this on his Twitter page.
How Trump administration's secret efforts to ease Russia sanctions fell short – media
In the early weeks of the Trump administration, former Obama administration officials and State Department staffers fought an intense, behind-the-scenes battle to head off efforts by incoming officials to normalize relations with Russia, according to multiple sources familiar with the events, Yahoo News reported.
Putin to corporate America: You should 'help' President Trump
"Help us restore normal political dialogue," Putin told executives from major U.S. companies during a business roundtable at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum on Friday, according to CNN.
Putin hints at U.S. election meddling by "patriotically minded" Russians - NYT
Shifting from his previous blanket denials, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that “patriotically minded” private Russian hackers could have been involved in cyberattacks last year to help the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, The New York Times reports.
Trump decides to remove US from Paris Climate Agreement
Donald Trump, the President of the USA made the decision to remove the US from the Paris Climate Agreement that was signed in 2016. Axios reported this, citing two sources.
Pentagon: U.S. officially supplies weapons for Syrian Kurds
U.S. Army began to supply weapons for the Kurdish militia whose fighters oppose ISIS in Syria. U.S. Army Major Adrian Rankin-Galloway said that as quoted by BBC.
Trump decides to remove US from Paris Climate Agreement
Donald Trump, the President of the USA made the decision to remove the US from the Paris Climate Agreement that was signed in 2016. Axios reported this, citing two sources.
Trump administration plans to restart Ukraine peace process – Washington Post
In their Oval Office meeting in March, President Trump told German Chancellor Angela Merkel that the Ukraine crisis was Europe's responsibility and that the United States wouldn't get heavily involved, according to two officials briefed on the discussion. Only two months later, the Trump administration is reversing course and planning to re-engage on Ukraine in a significant way, according to The Washington Post.