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Senators to preview proposals on improving election systems
Leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee are planning to preview some of its recommendations for improving the nation's election infrastructure ahead of the 2018 midterm elections
AP FACT CHECK: Trump tests reality in blasting Russia probe
AP FACT CHECK: Trump's latest barrage of tweets attacking Russia probe as politically biased and meaningless falls short of reality
The Latest: White House 'not surprised' by Putin re-election
The White House says it is "not surprised by the outcome" of the Russian presidential election that gave Vladimir Putin another six-year term
Putin's dilemma: Scrap term limits or choose a successor
With his best election showing ever, President Vladimir Putin shifts into his next six-year term, but the gnawing question of what comes next already looms on the Russian horizon
Chemical weapons inspectors arrive in UK for tests on nerve agent
Inspectors from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) are arriving in the U.K. to assess samples of the nerve agent used in the attack against former Russian double-agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter earlier this month. The OPCW team will study the substance at the
Germany rejects idea of sanctions on Schroeder over Russia
Germany's government is rejecting the idea that former Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder should face sanctions over his links to Russian business and President Vladimir Putin
What to expect from Putin and a resurgent Russia
The election victory by President Vladimir Putin gives him a stronger hold on Russia and a stronger place in the world
Putin easily wins fourth term as Russia's president, early results show
Vladimir Putin has rolled to a crushing re-election victory for six more years as Russia's president
Russians head to the polls to vote, but Putin expected to easily remain in power
ABC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Terry Moran reports from Moscow on Sunday's Russian presidential election and diplomatic fallout with the U.K. and U.S.
Russian dissident: 'Only vote that matters in a dictatorship like Russia is Putin's'
Russian dissident Garry Kasparov, chairman of the Human Rights Foundation, joins "This Week" to discuss Sunday's presidential election in Russia, which he calls a "charade."