Huawei Marine and Rostelecom today announced that they have completed construction of the submarine fiber optic cable connecting Kamchatka and Sakhalin in Russia. The construction of this 900 kilometer (km) submarine cable segment completes...Show More Summary
The war of words between the US and Russia escalated dramatically today, when in response to an accusation by Samantha Power, the US envoy to the UN, on Sunday that "What Russia is sponsoring and doing [in Syria] is not counter-terrorism,...Show More Summary
Russia could be more willing to deploy nuclear weapons today than the Soviet Union ever was during the Cold War, US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter warned Monday. Speaking at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota near the Canadian border,...Show More Summary
Samsung Electronics and Mobile TeleSystems (MTS), the leading telecommunications operator in Russia and the CIS, announced today a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly explore and advance new telecommunications technologies. The...Show More Summary
Today's Headlines Bloomberg: West Slams Russia Over Aleppo Bombings at UN Security Council. Western powers traded barbs with Russia during an acrimonious emergency meeting of the UN Security Council to halt intensive bombing of Aleppo, the center of opposition to the government of Syria’s Bashar al-Assad, without reaching agreement. Show More Summary
The ad below plays in part on the news reported today by USA Today: Hillary Clinton’s campaign is seizing on new reports about Donald Trump’s business ties to Russia, saying they may explain positions he’s taken friendly to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Show More Summary
An image identified as a scanned copy of U.S. first lady Michelle Obama’s passport was published online today by "DC Leaks," along with personal emails associated with a man identified as a “low-level White House staffer who worked with Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.” (more…)
The presence of the cable talk show hosts Larry King and Ed Schultz on the United States feed of Russia Today, the satellite media organization funded by the Russian government, has raised eyebrows.
Russia Today, Putins propaganda news network, is getting help from familiar American media figures to undermine, well, America.
Chris Wallace's Fox News Sunday addressed the appearance of Donald Trump on Larry King's show which airs on Russia Today, which is, like it or not, owned by Vladimir Putin. Coming to his defense, like a good lapdog, is the embarrassingly...Show More Summary
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry raised the possibility today that, under the terms of the Syria ceasefire agreement hammered out last week, the U.S. and Russia may work together with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s military on targeting the jihadist group formerly known as Jabhat al-Nusra (and now known as Jabhat Fateh al-Sham). Show More Summary
China and Russia began week-long joint naval exercises in the South China Sea today. It is the first-ever South China Sea iteration of Beijing and Moscow Joint Sea exercises.
The U.S. and Russia announced a plan Friday to bring about a ceasefire in Syria, Secretary of State John Kerry said. "Today we are announcing an arrangement that we think has the capability of sticking but it's dependent on people's choices," Kerry said in Geneva. Show More Summary
It's a rare thing for former MSNBC anchor and current RT America host Ed Schultz to defend Republicans – especially GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump -- but that's what he did on Friday, when he released a video criticizing Hillary...Show More Summary
Former CNN host Larry King called into his old network tonight to address the hubbub over his controversial interview yesterday with Donald Trump.
I saw this tweet go by in my main Twitter timeline and did a serious double take. I knew Ed Schultz had been working for Russia Today after losing his MSNBC show, but I didn't realize how deeply he'd gone into the RT mindset. The #Clinton...Show More Summary
Larry King interviewed Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on his show, "PoliticKING," Thursday night, which was carried on the Kremlin-backed news outlet, Russia Today (RT). The two discussed Iraq, the upcoming debates, and...Show More Summary
Remember the days when Republicans attacked President Obama for being too soft on Russia’s Vladimir Putin? Today, the line is that he’s not enough like Putin. The latest round of this absurdity started at a candidate forum two days ago...Show More Summary
Russia Today is a media organization, funded and controlled by the Russian government, which is highly critical of the United States. It is, in a literal sense, Russian propaganda. For some reason, Larry King has a show that's broadcast on Russia Today's American cable network. Show More Summary
Four years ago, Mitt Romney denounced Russia as America’s top geopolitical foe. Today, Donald Trump sees Putin’s lawlessness and brutality as a feature, not a bug.