The "Late Show" host thinks he's figured out what Moscow calls the U.S. president.
Maria Butina will admit to being a Russian spy in exchange for leniency. Prosecutors say she infiltrated prominent conservative groups, including the National Rifle Association.
The claim was made on Russian state TV as the Kremlin goes into overdrive to boost Putin’s falling popularity.
Actor hails Putin as a "great world leader;" says he does not believe the Kremlin interfered in U.S. politics.
Butina is accused of conspiring to influence American politics while covertly working for the Kremlin.
Dan Coats says the danger signs are as serious as warnings before 9/11.
Is this a preview of stepped-up activity before the midterm elections?
Dan Coats made his comments while President Donald Trump stumped for Russia's readmittance to the G-7.
The president devised the smokescreen over the Trump Tower huddle, according to the letter The New York Times obtained.
Trump raised the possibility of the meeting in controversial phone call congratulating Putin on his predictable presidential win.