Vladimir Putin

The Kremlin is keeping the U.S. and its allies guessing about its next moves in the worst security crisis to emerge between Moscow and the West since the Cold War.
The Geneva talks are slated to be followed by Russia-NATO council talks and a meeting of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe.
Putin requested the call, the second between the leaders this month, ahead of scheduled talks between senior U.S. and Russian officials set for Jan. 10.
President Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin will speak Thursday as the Russian leader has stepped up his demands for security guarantees in Eastern Europe.
Cyberattacks have interrupted schools, hospitals, government and an array of businesses across the country.
The two leaders have reportedly asked their teams to arrange a follow-up discussion.
An American intelligence report indicated Russia could be plotting to invade Ukraine as soon as next month.
Trump was up to his old rhetorical tricks in a speech to the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
The app, supported by imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny, tells voters which candidates are likely to defeat those backed by Russian authorities.
The Russian president mentioned that he "may have to quarantine soon" while meeting with the athletes.
U.S. President Joe Biden warned Russian President Vladimir Putin that he must "take action" against criminals within his country.
The network's double standards to defend Donald Trump were laid bare by the "Late Night" comedian.
The former president's words are used against him in the montage.
The "Late Show" host also mocked President Joe Biden for getting "a little testy" with a reporter.
The late night host reminded the former president about how much he loved his "Sugar Vladdy."
“This is not about trust. This is about self-interest," Biden said after meeting with the Russian president in Geneva.
A Trump-era national security adviser told CNN she considered hitting a fire alarm to stop a “mortifying” press conference between then-President Donald Trump and Russia’s Vladimir Putin.
The leaders had "constructive" talks and reached an agreement on beginning negotiations on limiting nuclear weapons, Putin said at a solo news conference.
Fiona Hill explains what happened during the infamous Helsinki summit.
"Bananas" Donald Trump also got a ribbing in the bit on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."