EU nations to take more action against Russia over spy
Several European Union countries say they may follow Britain in expelling Russian diplomats over the poisoning of a former spy, as EU chief Donald Tusk predicted member states would take more measures against Moscow starting next week
The Latest: Russian official: EU using spy case domestically
A top Russian lawmaker says the European Union's support for British accusations blaming Russia for an ex-spy's poisoning reflects a pattern of using Moscow as a bugaboo
Russian media boycott country's Parliament over sexual harassment claims
Some of Russia’s top media outlets have declared a boycott on covering the country’s lower house of Parliament or have restricted their coverage there in protest after the body's ethics commission cleared a senior lawmaker of sexually harassing journalists, in a case that has drawn parallels with
Russia: Asking permission before taking organs is 'inhumane'
At least two lawsuits filed at a top European court allege Russia violated Europe's Human Rights Convention by removing organs from the recently dead without telling relatives
Venus, Halep win, Wozniacki upset at Indian Wells
Venus Williams defeated Anastasija Sevastova of Latvia 7-6 (8), 6-4 to reach the quarterfinals of the BNP Paribas Open on Tuesday as the oldest woman in the draw. The 37-year-old American was coming off a straight-set victory over younger sister Serena a night earlier, ending a three-match skid
Maryland firm fined $2M for bribing Russian nuclear official
A Maryland firm will pay a $2 million criminal penalty for bribing a Russian nuclear official for uranium-shipping contracts
What's old is new again: Home decor rethinks its materials
The Earth is awash in garbage, and designers of home decor are looking at ways to reuse the waste. Among the many clever ideas emerging are tiles made out of blue jeans, and furniture made out of bottles. Detritus from timber and agriculture is being reborn as building and design materials. Sea
Serbia blasts top NATO general over Russia
Serbia's defense minister has blasted the top NATO general for saying that one of the biggest threats for Europe is increasing Russian influence in the Balkans
Woman walks out of jail over 2 years after fiance's kayak death: Part 1
Angelika Graswald had been accused of killing her fiancÃ??(c), Vince Viafore, in a kayak incident in April 2015.
Who is 'Putin's Chef,' the Kremlin ally indicted by the special counsel?
Special Counsel Robert Mueller charged 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies on Friday with undertaking a sophisticated covert conspiracy to illegally interfere in the U.S. political system. Of the many names (and aliases) listed on the lengthy indictment, one of them stands out from the