Alexandre Benalla was identified beating a man during May Day protests, but escaped with only a 15-day suspension.
"Her gaze says it all."
The Russian president said the summit between the two leaders was "successful".
"This seems like my dream coming true," he said.
It’s hard to tell how much of the story 29-year-old Maria Butina told Americans about herself for years is real. But it's clear that her persona — a scrappy girl from Siberia fighting for Russian gun rights — was carefully calibrated to appeal to US conservatives.
Russians hacked a Democratic Party computer in September 2016, probably looking for details on likely Clinton voters.
The Building That Mueller Says Housed A Russian Hacking Unit Was Built By A Nationalist Russian Politician
And the defense ministry is currently looking for people to staff it, an investigation by Meduza found.
An investigation reveals that the fake news sites that flourished in Macedonia in 2016 weren’t just the work of local teens — and that security agencies are probing possible connections to Russia.
Bill Mountford, a former UKIP councillor, also said Stephen Searle was "fundamentally a decent man".
The Unofficial Kremlin Fixer Of Italy's Interior Minister Sat In On Official Meetings In Moscow. Nobody Seems To Know Why.
The president of an Italian pro-Kremlin cultural association says he was in Moscow as a “member of the minister’s staff.” But he wasn’t on the ministerial list of delegates.
"In this way, Google has used Android as a vehicle to cement the dominance of its search engine."
The 19-year veteran of the service fell ill on Sunday.
Obama Called Out Politicians For “Making Stuff Up” In His First Major Speech Since Trump Became President
The former US president criticized “strongman politics” and the denial of facts in what many interpreted as indirect critiques of President Donald Trump.
Rahma Hassan trended over the weekend when photographs of her in a bikini were shared online.
Accused Russian Agent Used The NRA And The National Prayer Breakfast To Influence US Policy, Charges Say
Maria Butina cultivated relationships with conservative Republican politicians, including Scott Walker, Rick Santorum, and Bobby Jindal.
Trump threw a soccer ball to Melania, Putin denied Russian interference in the US election, and Trump kinda said he believed him, to name a few.
People in China are criticizing the college, saying that it was unfairly punishing a high school student over his father's actions.
"Before he announced that he will run for presidency, he was of no interest for us," Putin said Monday.
Macedonia Suspects A Greek-Russian Billionaire Paid For Violent Protests To Prevent It From Joining NATO
Investigators think Ivan Savvidis, a wealthy former Russian lawmaker who once walked on to a soccer field with a gun, is funding violent anti-NATO protests.
A global cultural and political fault line runs through the US, Russia, and Europe — with Trump and Putin on the same side of the divide.
A Diver Who Rescued Boys From The Flooded Thai Cave Said Elon Musk's Submarine Plan Was "Just A PR Stunt"
British rescuer Vern Unsworth said the tech mogul could stick his submarine "where it hurts".
“This is just not what happens to a person on a cross,” said a forensic investigator.
Federal officials are also warning that they are having to use less vigorous parental vetting methods in order to meet the court-ordered deadline.
The Department of Homeland Security says the man said the girl was actually his niece and that he was using a fake document to say she was his daughter.
Friday's indictment, coupled with the one in February, brings the total number of Russians accused of interfering in the 2016 election to 25.
A Woman Killed Her Father After Discovering His Child Porn Photos Of Herself And Kept It A Secret For 12 Years
Barbara Coombes was sentenced to nine years in jail for killing her father, burying his body in a garden, and keeping it a secret for more than a decade.
More than 100,000 people descended upon London's Trafalgar Square today to protest President Donald Trump's four-day trip to the UK.
The White House insists the new indictment doesn’t change much.
Among the targets of Russian hacking was a private company that is key to the administration of US elections, according to the newest special counsel indictment.
And if he did know, he wouldn't tell anyone anyway.