'No evidence Russia influencing voter tallies in...50 states' ‒ US ex-intel chief
While testifying before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee on alleged Russian interference in the 2016 campaign, ex-National Intelligence Director James Clapper said he doesn't have any evidence that Moscow influenced voter tallies on Election Day.
8 May 2017 | 19 : 46 GMT
Yates & Clapper testify on alleged Russian interference in US 2016 election
8 May 2017 | 18 : 02 GMT
Trump to senators: Ask Yates under oath who leaked classified information
President Donald Trump told senators to ask his former acting attorney general about how classified information about his election campaign was leaked to US media.
8 May 2017 | 15 : 04 GMT
Trump team did no additional vetting of Flynn beyond Obama security clearance
The White House has admitted that no other vetting was needed for former national security adviser Michael Flynn beyond the background check conducted by the Obama administration, shifting responsibility for the ongoing scandal to the previous presid
27 Apr 2017 | 23 : 40 GMT
Pentagon inspector general opens investigation into former Trump adviser Flynn
The inspector general's office has opened an investigation to determine whether former national security adviser Michael Flynn failed to obtain approval prior to receiving payment from a foreign government, a document published by a top Democrat stat
27 Apr 2017 | 14 : 08 GMT
‘No data to support notion that Gen. Flynn complied with the law’ on Russia disclosures
Disgraced former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn may have broken the law by failing to disclose payments from foreign governments on his clearance application, House Oversight Committee members have said, setting off a spat with the White Hou
26 Apr 2017 | 1 : 43 GMT
‘That’s the sound of Putin laughing at us’: Democratic super PAC releases bizarre attack ad (VIDEO)
A Democratic funding group has released a bizarre new ad that features a laughing ‘Vladimir Putin’, in an unlikely bid to pressure Republicans into supporting an inquiry into President Donald Trump’s alleged ties with Russia.
21 Apr 2017 | 12 : 31 GMT
World feels less secure with Trump – poll
The world feels less secure with Donald Trump as US president, a recent poll says, adding that the majority of respondents in Germany, France, the UK and Brazil said they feel less safe since the Republican took office.
11 Apr 2017 | 13 : 54 GMT
‘Major problem of US govt - President surrounded by warmongers’
President Trump is under the influence of warmongers whose bread is buttered by violence, and are connected with the war industry blocking the President from getting really good people placed in office, says Virginia State Senator Richard Black.
11 Apr 2017 | 13 : 07 GMT
Democracy down: 'Liberals celebrate Trump's lack of congressional oversight in Syria attack'
A US airstrike on a Syrian airbase, however potentially illegal, can relieve the pressure being experienced by the Trump administration by the mainstream media, says Max Blumenthal, author, journalist and blogger.
8 Apr 2017 | 16 : 03 GMT
Assad 180: Will Trump prove to be no better than Hillary Clinton in Syria?
Remarkably, it only took weeks before the US started to talk about the possibility of war with Syria although it’s still too early to see if the bombing of Assad’s military bases is the thin end of the wedge or merely a pot shot.
7 Apr 2017 | 10 : 34 GMT
Trump supports Flynn immunity request in ‘witch hunt’ Russia ties probe
US President Donald Trump has backed former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn's offer to testify as part of a congressional investigation into the Trump campaign's potential ties with Russia, in exchange for immunity from prosecution.
31 Mar 2017 | 12 : 26 GMT
Mike Flynn offers to testify on Trump campaign ties to Russia in exchange for immunity – reports
President Trump’s former national security adviser told investigators probing into the Trump campaign’s potential ties to Russia he will testify in exchange for immunity from prosecution, US media reports, citing officials familiar with the matter.
31 Mar 2017 | 9 : 56 GMT
‘AP’s malicious lie’: Russian tycoon denies dealing with Trump’s ex-aide to ‘benefit Putin’
Oleg Deripaska has slammed an AP report claiming he had dealings with former Donald Trump aide Paul Manafort in order to “benefit the Putin government.” The Russian tycoon says he’s ready to take part in “any hearing” in the US Congress on the subjec
28 Mar 2017 | 14 : 19 GMT
White House still insists wiretapping happened, blames Obama admin for leaks
The White House responded to testimony on Capitol Hill about surveillance of the Trump campaign and its reported interactions with Russia by downplaying the roles the accused played, shifting suspicion to Democrats and attacking the media narrative.
20 Mar 2017 | 22 : 58 GMT
No evidence of Trump-Russia collusion, Flynn leak is ‘one crime we know of’ – Nunes (VIDEO)
House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes reiterated that “no evidence of collusion” between Donald Trump’s team and Russia has been found ahead of the first public hearing on the matter.
19 Mar 2017 | 16 : 18 GMT
‘Proud to bring together best experts’: Kaspersky Lab on Flynn’s paid cybercrime conference speech
The deposed advisor of Donald Trump, Gen. Michael Flynn, being a renowned security expert, was fairly compensated for appearing as a featured speaker at a forum in Washington, DC, the Russian cybersecurity company who organized the event has said.
18 Mar 2017 | 2 : 52 GMT
RT News - March 17, 2017 (12:00 MSK)
17 Mar 2017 | 9 : 54 GMT
Obama used NSA & FBI to spy on Trump – veteran CIA officer
17 Mar 2017 | 8 : 50 GMT
‘Standard & entirely transparent practice’: RT’s head of communications on leaked paycheck to Flynn
The US media is “losing its mind” over a totally common and transparent practice, RT’s head of communications has said, commenting on disclosed details of Michael Flynn’s paid appearance at a conference in Moscow which was never a secret in the first
17 Mar 2017 | 0 : 04 GMT
‘This is his job:’ Peskov on Russian ambassador’s contacts with Trump administration officials
There is nothing special in the Russian ambassador discussing bilateral ties with some members of Donald Trump’s electoral campaign team, the Russian president’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, told CNN, stressing that the diplomat was just doing his job.
11 Mar 2017 | 19 : 32 GMT
Flynn received over $500k lobbying as ‘foreign agent’ of Turkish government
Upon learning that General Michael Flynn had registered as a foreign agent of Turkey in 2016, Vice President Mike Pence praised President Donald Trump's decision to request the resignation of his former national security adviser.
10 Mar 2017 | 4 : 59 GMT
Iran confirms new successful missile test as tensions with US mount
Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps have successfully test-fired a new ballistic missile, officials have said, amid escalating tensions with the United States.
9 Mar 2017 | 20 : 09 GMT
Anti-Russia ‘emotional extremism’ in US media may harm future relations – Putin’s spokesman
The demonization of Russia fanned by US officials and the media is going to have a long-lasting negative impact on US-Russia relations, Kremlin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov told CNN, dismissing any claims of Russia meddling in US politics.
7 Mar 2017 | 1 : 35 GMT
Trump asks Congress to probe ‘pervasive leaks’ of classified info
President Donald Trump has asked Congress to investigate the leaks of classified government information, the White House said. He has also asked them to probe whether the Obama administration ordered the wiretapping of his campaign.
7 Mar 2017 | 0 : 07 GMT
Trump asks Congress to establish whether Obama administration abused investigative powers in 2016
The White House has asked the US Congress to investigate alleged abuse of executive power by the Obama administration as part of the investigation into alleged Russian interference in the presidential election.
5 Mar 2017 | 14 : 08 GMT
‘This is McCarthyism!’ Trump accuses Obama of wire tapping Trump Tower before election win
US President Donald Trump has accused his predecessor Barack Obama of “wire tapping” Trump Tower just before his election win in November, according to his latest tweet.
4 Mar 2017 | 11 : 51 GMT
Trump tries to reverse ‘Russia ties’ claims on ‘hypocrite’ Schumer
In an attempt to reverse US media claims of his administration’s ties with Russia, US President Donald Trump tweeted a picture of Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer with Vladimir Putin, calling the Democrat senator a “hypocrite.”
4 Mar 2017 | 8 : 53 GMT
RT America -- March 3, 2017
4 Mar 2017 | 1 : 07 GMT
‘Like McCarthyism’: Lavrov slams US ‘witch hunt-like’ scrutiny of Russian ambassador’s contacts
With Russian Ambassador to the USA Sergey Kislyak’s contacts with members of the Trump administration under scrutiny, Moscow won’t apply a tit-for-tat approach to US Ambassador to Russia John Tefft, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov promised.
3 Mar 2017 | 14 : 25 GMT
Corruptive connection: Talking to Russians tantamount to treason for team Trump
As the struggle in the US between team Trump and its numerous critics intensifies, Russia has been upgraded in the media eye from a vaguely hostile nation to a diabolical power that corrupts any US official by mere contact.
3 Mar 2017 | 14 : 06 GMT
Russian Embassy brushes aside Sessions contact allegation
The Russian Embassy in Washington said it would not comment on alleged contacts between Ambassador Sergey Kislyak and US Attorney-General Jeff Sessions, adding that the embassy staff has “multiple contacts” with locals every day.
2 Mar 2017 | 12 : 10 GMT
Sessions ‘faces tough questions’: Social media reacts to alleged Russian ties
Calls for Jeff Sessions to resign over his alleged communications with Russia have kept keyboards busy as social media users question whether an Attorney General can investigate himself.
2 Mar 2017 | 11 : 05 GMT
'Sessions lied': Top Democrat calls for US Attorney General to resign over alleged Russia ties
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi demands US Attorney-General Jeff Sessions resign for “lying under oath” during his confirmation hearings. Sessions’ spokeswoman said he was speaking of Trump campaign’s contacts with Russia, not of his own activitie
2 Mar 2017 | 5 : 03 GMT
Donald Trump’s ‘knock it outta the park’ speech
Those who voted for Trump “heard exactly what they wanted to hear” in his Congress speech, analysts told RT. While nobody will remember economic issues mentioned, they will remember Trump paying tribute to fallen Navy SEAL Ryan Owens, they added.
1 Mar 2017 | 14 : 07 GMT
‘No evidence’ yet of Trump campaign contacts with Russia – House Intel Committee Chair
The House Intelligence Committee probe into possible improper contacts between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia has not found any evidence yet, according to the Republican committee chair.
27 Feb 2017 | 16 : 44 GMT
Don't blame Flynn leaks on Obama admin – Ex-CIA chief Brennan
Former CIA Director John Brennan has denied he is the source of intelligence leaks about the Trump administration, and stressed the importance of a bipartisan investigation into reports of Trump’s ties to Russia.
27 Feb 2017 | 15 : 14 GMT
US intel agencies deliberately sank Flynn, don’t care about national security – ex-CIA officer
27 Feb 2017 | 7 : 33 GMT
Spicer grills staffers on leaks, orders phone search & bans encryption apps – report
White House press secretary Sean Spicer has reportedly gone on a crusade against unauthorized sharing of information on his own turf, ordering extensive phone checks and urging staffers against using encrypted-messaging apps.
27 Feb 2017 | 3 : 56 GMT
Iran stages massive navy drill over 2mn km²
Iranian naval forces have staged large-scale military drills over an area covering some two million square kilometers amid rising tensions with the US.
26 Feb 2017 | 13 : 54 GMT
'FBI totally unable to stop national security leakers' – Trump
US President Donald Trump has hit out at the FBI for failing to stop the leaking of national security information to the press.
24 Feb 2017 | 12 : 40 GMT
President Trump taps General H.R. McMaster as national security adviser
President Donald Trump has selected General HR McMaster as his National Security Adviser. Trump has also selected Keith Kellogg as his chief of staff for the National Security Council. Kellogg was serving as acting adviser.
20 Feb 2017 | 20 : 01 GMT
Thirty days later: Trump’s first month in the media hole
It’s been thirty days since Donald Trump took office and what a 30 days it’s been. The Trump administration — whether operating in sheer chaos or running like a “finely tuned machine” — is certainly one of a kind.
20 Feb 2017 | 9 : 48 GMT
Trump turmoil proves NATO & Western order is so yesterday
With typical bluster of a real estate dealer, US President Trump claimed this week that his administration was a 'finely-tuned machine'. A nervous Europe and a disappointed Russia suggest something more precarious.
19 Feb 2017 | 17 : 05 GMT
17 Feb 2017 | 9 : 44 GMT
Trump on Russia: Getting along is great, sinking their ship isn’t
Donald Trump would love to get along with Moscow, but due to “false, horrible and fake” news reporting, Americans would likely see it as weakness and would rather praise as “great” an order to sink a Russian ship, the US president has said.
17 Feb 2017 | 4 : 35 GMT
Fmr Navy SEAL rejects offer to be Trump’s national security advisor
The Trump administration’s staffing problems continue, as retired Vice Admiral Bob Harward turned down an offer to be President Trump’s national security advisor, replacing General Michael Flynn. The circumstances surrounding Harward’s decision are s
17 Feb 2017 | 2 : 42 GMT
US ‘not in a position right now to collaborate’ with Russia militarily ‒ Pentagon chief
As President Donald Trump repeatedly stressed the need to get along with Russia, two of his top Cabinet members were abroad, saying the US is ready not for closer ties until Moscow “proves” its commitment to international agreements.
17 Feb 2017 | 0 : 56 GMT
US delegation ushers out media as Tillerson starts talking to Lavrov at G20
Journalists were asked to leave as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson began addressing the Russian FM Sergey Lavrov, during their first meeting in Bonn, raising questions and surprising the Russian FM.
16 Feb 2017 | 22 : 23 GMT
‘Leaks real, the news is fake’: Reporters hit out at Trump trashing of media
President Donald Trump’s comments that leaks emanating from his government are real, but news about behind-the-scenes information being “fake” has created a bubble of confusion online.
16 Feb 2017 | 21 : 50 GMT
The Swamp strikes back: Trump's ex-NSA Michael Flynn meets his match
The establishment didn't have to wait long to avenge itself over the election of Donald Trump, whose pick for National Security Advisor, Mike Flynn, resigned after leaked intelligence showed he spoke with Russian officials prior to Trump's inaugurati
16 Feb 2017 | 17 : 46 GMT
Republicans ask DOJ to probe illegal leaks of classified Flynn info
House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz has requested that the Department of Justice launch a formal investigation into the possible leak of classified information following the resignation of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
16 Feb 2017 | 15 : 18 GMT
US intel agencies keep Trump in dark citing alleged ‘Russian contacts’ – media
US intelligence officials may have kept sensitive information from President Donald Trump due to concerns of potential leaks. This has added to growing discord between the agencies and the new leader, according to media reports.
16 Feb 2017 | 9 : 14 GMT
‘Flynn sacrificed to prevent Trump from recalibrating US relations with Russia’
The scandal that led to Michael Flynn's resignation is a part of a campaign to present Russia as the “eternal enemy of America,” while the ultimate goal of this “deep-state conspiracy” is to delegitimize Donald Trump’s presidency, believes former MI5
16 Feb 2017 | 3 : 05 GMT
Trump’s labor secretary nominee withdraws
Andrew Puzder, President Donald Trump’s pick to be the secretary of labor, has dropped out of his confirmation hearings amid scandals about his past.
15 Feb 2017 | 21 : 00 GMT
Trump asks Netanyahu to hold off on settlements, avoids endorsing two-state solution
US President Donald Trump has called on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to pause settlement expansion in order to reach a peace deal with the Palestinians, but he would not indicate commitment to a two-state solution.
15 Feb 2017 | 17 : 17 GMT
RT America -- February 14, 2017
15 Feb 2017 | 16 : 44 GMT
House Intelligence Committee wants to probe leaks that led to Flynn’s resignation
The House Intelligence Committee wants a probe into the leaks of phone talks between Michael Flynn and the Russian ambassador, asking why a US national security adviser was recorded by the FBI and why press was briefed ahead of the White House.
15 Feb 2017 | 13 : 44 GMT
Trump: Intelligence community giving out classified information to press ‘like candy’
US President Donald Trump has criticized the US intelligence community for allegedly leaking classified information to the media, responding to the latest report on alleged communications between his campaign aides and Russian intelligence agents.
15 Feb 2017 | 12 : 17 GMT
‘Polarized & divided’ US may become destabilizing factor for world – EU foreign policy chief
The US, polarized and divided as never before, could become a destabilizing factor for the rest of the globe unless it stays “domestically strong and united,” Federica Mogherini warned after her first meeting with the Trump administration in Washingt
15 Feb 2017 | 11 : 26 GMT
US media reports of Trump links to Russian intelligence ‘laughable, cite no facts’ – Kremlin
Moscow has criticized news reports alleging associates of Donald Trump had numerous contacts with Russian intelligence during the election, with the Kremlin’s spokesman complaining that it’s hard to distinguish fact from fiction in the US media latel
15 Feb 2017 | 10 : 13 GMT
Check your sources: Pelosi fooled by fake Flynn tweet (VIDEO)
House Minority leader Nancy Pelosi read a fake tweet to reporters on Tuesday not knowing it came from a parody account of resigned National Security Advisor Michael Flynn. Pelosi falsely said that Flynn had described himself as a “scapegoat” in the b
15 Feb 2017 | 9 : 28 GMT
Is GOP telling women: ‘You’re just a toaster-oven?’
15 Feb 2017 | 7 : 36 GMT
Trump ‘told me to go out and talk more’: Flynn’s final interview before resignation
In General Michael Flynn's last interview hours before resigning as President Donald Trump's national security advisor, he said “there were no lines crossed” in his telephone call with Russia’s Ambassador to the US, and called the leaks “a criminal a
15 Feb 2017 | 4 : 40 GMT
‘Trump lost loyal supporter in Flynn targeted for seeking better relations with Russia’
Michael Flynn has become a political target for a part of the US establishment rejecting any compromise with Russia, according to veteran journalist Ed Schultz who hosts 'News with Ed Schultz' on RT America.
15 Feb 2017 | 1 : 50 GMT
Trump expects Russia to ‘return Crimea' – White House
US President Donald Trump has been tough on Russia and expects Moscow to “return” the Crimea peninsula to Ukraine, the White House spokesman told reporters.
14 Feb 2017 | 18 : 29 GMT
RT News - February 14, 2017 (17:00 MSK)
14 Feb 2017 | 15 : 02 GMT
Russian lawmakers blame US ‘paranoia’ for Michael Flynn’s resignation
Several senior Russian MPs have denied that Russia played any role in the recent resignation of US President Donald Trump’s national security adviser, Michael Flynn, saying that the scandal was a provocation targeting Russia-US relations.
14 Feb 2017 | 14 : 14 GMT
'Michael Flynn’s resignation - US establishment coup’
The GOP elite, the Democrats and mainstream media couldn’t stop Donald Trump from becoming president, so now they have a coup, says lawyer and filmmaker Mike Cernovich. Michael Flynn’s resignation is a huge victory for them, he adds.
14 Feb 2017 | 11 : 29 GMT
Flynn resignation internal US matter – Kremlin
The resignation of General Michael Flynn is a domestic US issue, and not one for Russia to comment on, the Kremlin said. Flynn stepped down as National Security Advisor less than a week after his appointment over alleged links with Russia.
14 Feb 2017 | 10 : 06 GMT
Michael Flynn’s resignation ‘karma’ for Clinton accusations, says Twitter
General Michael Flynn’s resignation as national security advisor has sparked heated reaction online, where many see it as “karma” for harshly criticizing Hillary Clinton.
14 Feb 2017 | 9 : 56 GMT
RT News - February 14, 2017 (12:00 MSK)
14 Feb 2017 | 9 : 54 GMT
‘Flynn’s resignation victory for mainstream media & Democrats’ – ex-Pentagon official to RT
The surprise resignation of President Trump’s national security advisor, Michael Flynn, was a victory for the US mainstream media and Democrats, who were complicit in the general’s departure from the White House, a former Pentagon’s analyst told RT.
14 Feb 2017 | 6 : 47 GMT
Gen. Michael Flynn resigns as National Security Advisor over contacts with Russia
Michael Flynn, national security advisor to President Trump, stepped down over his phone talks with the Russian ambassador. The Kremlin spokesman, however, denied that lifting economic sanctions was discussed during the conversations.
14 Feb 2017 | 4 : 14 GMT
News With Ed -- February 13, 2017
14 Feb 2017 | 3 : 08 GMT
RT America -- February 13, 2017
14 Feb 2017 | 3 : 05 GMT
Putin & Trump will meet at G20 summit in July, no deal yet on earlier meeting – Kremlin
Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump are so far scheduled to meet in person at the G20 summit in July, Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, noting that there has been no specific arrangement for the meeting to take place ea
13 Feb 2017 | 12 : 54 GMT
Fake news face-off: Trump & CNN in spat over POTUS comments… again
Donald Trump and CNN have gone head to head, again, after Trump described the network as “fake news CNN” referencing a Friday interview with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders on the television station.
12 Feb 2017 | 18 : 43 GMT
'Bad joke that CIA awarded Saudi prince for fighting terrorism'
The award to Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef by the CIA for fighting terrorism could be a US diplomatic overture towards Saudi Arabia, a message to Iran or a bad joke, says former CIA intelligence analyst Ron Aledo.
12 Feb 2017 | 16 : 18 GMT
N. Korean test missile flies 500km, lands in Sea of Japan
North Korea on Sunday launched a missile in the direction of Japan, South Korean and Pentagon officials have said. Although the projectile landed into the sea before reaching Japan’s economic zone, it alarmed the military amid Pyongyang’s claim of de
12 Feb 2017 | 1 : 06 GMT
Is Trump trying to drive a wedge between Russia and China?
Is the Trump administration embarked on a foreign policy of driving a strategic wedge between Russia, China, and Iran? Given the precedent set by the Nixon-Kissinger strategy of the 1970s vis-à-vis Russia and China, the question is pertinent.
6 Feb 2017 | 15 : 40 GMT
Trump's 'Muslim ban': Ploy to stem refugee flow or strategy for war with Iran?
President Trump has insisted the ban, which has just been put on hold, is not about religion but rather controlling refugee flows. A close look at the countries he chose coupled with the fiery rhetoric suggests he may be preparing for war with Iran.
4 Feb 2017 | 12 : 59 GMT
Iran is biggest state sponsor of terrorism – Pentagon chief Mattis
Iran is the world’s “biggest state sponsor of terrorism,” US Defense Secretary James Mattis stated, warning that Tehran’s actions are known to Washington and being watched closely.
4 Feb 2017 | 9 : 16 GMT
Iran to impose restrictions on US individuals, entities in retaliation for new US sanctions
Tehran has denounced the new sanctions imposed by the US and said it would in response impose legal restrictions on American individuals and entities helping "regional terrorist groups", a Foreign Ministry statement read as quoted by TV
3 Feb 2017 | 19 : 16 GMT
‘Iran missile test was legitimate, Trump looking for reasons to escalate tensions’
Perhaps it is time for Iran and other countries to come together as a loose coalition of countries to contain the US, says political analyst Seyed Mohammad Marandi, a professor at the University of Tehran.
3 Feb 2017 | 15 : 46 GMT
Iran sanctions: US lists 13 individuals, 12 business entities
The US government has blacklisted 13 individuals and a dozen businesses under the Iran sanctions authority, a day after President Donald Trump’s administration threatened a response over Tehran’s ballistic missile tests.
3 Feb 2017 | 15 : 21 GMT
Trump warns Iran that ‘nothing is off the table’ following its missile test
The US President Donald Trump has warned Tehran that a military option is ‘not off the table’ as a response to the latest alleged missile test by Iran.
2 Feb 2017 | 19 : 35 GMT
‘Threatening Iran is useless’: Supreme leader’s adviser responds to America’s ‘notice’
Iran will not bow to US threats, the foreign policy adviser to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s said in response to statements made by the White House, following Iran’s recent ballistic missile test.
2 Feb 2017 | 17 : 01 GMT
Oil prices jump as Trump administration puts Iran 'on notice'
Global crude prices rose on Thursday after US National Security Advisor Michael Flynn said Washington is putting Tehran "on notice" in response to an Iranian missile test.
2 Feb 2017 | 9 : 42 GMT
‘US-patrolled safe zones in Syria would amount to an act of war’
If President Trump is talking about safe zones in Syria and the surrounding region, does he not know that there are already safe areas and camps run by the UNHCR in Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon, says foreign affairs commentator, Jonathan Steele.
26 Jan 2017 | 16 : 30 GMT
US counter-intelligence probed Trump security adviser Flynn over alleged ties with Russia – WSJ
US counterintelligence has investigated one of Donald Trump’s security advisers, Michael Flynn, for having alleged ties with Russian officials, the WSJ reports, noting that the probe concerns phone conversations Flynn had at the end of December.
23 Jan 2017 | 12 : 00 GMT
Republicans will try to stop Trump from getting close with Moscow – fmr asst US def sec
20 Jan 2017 | 8 : 25 GMT
Trump ready to look at currently ‘terrible’ US-Russia relations with ‘fresh eyes’ – Pence
US President-elect Donald Trump is open for a better relationship with Vladimir Putin and Russia, which will be beneficial for both Washington and Moscow, US Vice President-elect Mike Pence said in an interview to US media.
15 Jan 2017 | 21 : 37 GMT
‘I think there’s an RT channel here’: Clapper & senators use fuzzy math on RT’s reach
The US intelligence community testified on Capitol Hill about supposed Russian interference in the 2016 election. In doing so, they provided more free advertising for RT, yet also seemed confused about the network, its reach and its coverage.
11 Jan 2017 | 0 : 08 GMT
Trump Middle East advisors' dream of war with Iran just inched closer to reality
Has the Iran deal already been breached by Tehran? Even if it has, scrapping this deal brokered by President Obama, is not only foolish but against all that Trump stands for despite his Middle East hawks craving to bomb Iran.
16 Dec 2016 | 15 : 37 GMT
Trump security adviser Flynn faces allegations of sharing secret data, despite being cleared
Trump’s pick for national security adviser, Michael Flynn, is under fire after the Washington Post reported he “inappropriately shared” classified data with foreign military in Afghanistan. However, the report has been deemed biased and lacking detai
15 Dec 2016 | 1 : 07 GMT
'Stalk an ex or look up anyone': Weak Uber security allowed spying on riders – report
Uber’s poor private data security allowed its employees to spy on high profile politicians and celebrities, a newly surfaced lawsuit claims. It also accuses the company of barring government agencies from accessing its data during raids on their offi
13 Dec 2016 | 4 : 32 GMT
White House attacks Trump over connections to Russia and RT
President Barack Obama’s spokesman has accused President-elect Donald Trump and top members of his team of “lucrative” ties with Russia, pointing out that his national security adviser was a “paid contributor” on RT.
12 Dec 2016 | 22 : 04 GMT
Disgraced ex-NBC ‘fake news’ journalist Brian Williams on crusade against false reporting
Journalist Brian Williams has become the latest person to slam ‘fake news,’ claiming it influenced the US election. But there’s some irony in his apparent defense of quality journalism, as he was let go from his NBC gig last year for… reporting fake
9 Dec 2016 | 7 : 30 GMT
Trump fires transition team member for spreading fake news about Clinton – report
President-elect Donald Trump has reportedly fired a member of his transition staff for spreading a fake news story about an alleged child sex ring run by Hillary Clinton. The story led to an armed confrontation at a Washington DC pizzeria.
7 Dec 2016 | 6 : 56 GMT
‘Here to elect a president, not a king’: Rep. Electoral College voter refuses to back Trump
A Republican member of the Electoral College in Texas said he won’t vote for Donald Trump because, "I am here to elect a president, not a king."
6 Dec 2016 | 14 : 39 GMT
Tweeter-in-Chief: 'Trump tweets foreign policy positions, avoids intelligence briefings'
Because Donald Trump doesn’t have foreign policy experience; he seems to make decisions on impulse; he tweets a lot of his foreign policy positions instead of being briefed, Bill Richardson, former Governor of New Mexico, told RT America’s Ed Schultz
30 Nov 2016 | 11 : 59 GMT
‘President-elect Trump understands need for new vision in Syria - that includes Russia’
There will be no status quo in America after January 20, and then President Trump will be more than willing to work with the Russians to solve the Middle East problems, Paul Vallely, retired US General and Chairman of Stand Up America, told RT.
29 Nov 2016 | 12 : 32 GMT
Trump appoints Fox News analyst as deputy NatSec adviser
President-elect Donald Trump has tapped Fox News analyst KT McFarland to serve as deputy national security advisor to General Michael Flynn. Campaign finance lawyer Donald McGhan was reportedly chosen as White House counsel.
25 Nov 2016 | 18 : 32 GMT
Trump Jr. discussed Syria crisis with supporters of cooperation with Russia – report
Donald Trump Jr. discussed a “way to cooperate with Russia” to stop the war in Syria, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing Randa Kassis, a leading secular figure in the Syrian opposition who hosted high-profile private discussions in Paris last m
24 Nov 2016 | 13 : 54 GMT
What happens to oil if Trump tears up Iran nuclear deal
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to rip up the Iranian nuclear agreement on Day 1, and reimpose sanctions on Iran. The move could potentially have far-reaching consequences for the oil markets.
24 Nov 2016 | 11 : 11 GMT
Erdogan ‘disillusioned’ with Obama’s policies
The Obama administration has failed to take the threats Turkey is facing seriously, including the war in Syria and resulting inflow of refugees, the country’s president complained, saying he has become “disillusioned’ with US policy in the region.
19 Nov 2016 | 8 : 21 GMT
News With Ed -- November 18, 2016
19 Nov 2016 | 3 : 25 GMT
RT America -- November 18, 2016
19 Nov 2016 | 3 : 22 GMT
Trump cabinet picks send Twitter into meltdown
Critics of President-elect Donald Trump reacted to his newest Cabinet picks with the same outrage they expressed over his choice of chief strategist. His pick for CIA director pleased some fierce critics, while angering vocal supporters.
18 Nov 2016 | 18 : 28 GMT
It's official: Flynn, Pompeo and Sessions in Trump's cabinet
President-elect Donald Trump has offered the job of CIA director to Congressman Mike Pompeo (R-Kansas), Attorney General to Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama), and National Security Advisor to retired General Michael Flynn, the transition team has con
18 Nov 2016 | 13 : 01 GMT
Trump offers ‘Russia-loving’ Michael Flynn national security adviser post
President-elect Donald Trump has named retired Lieutenant General Michael Flynn as his new national security adviser, according to a close source. The former DIA chief has been criticized in US circles for refusing to take an anti-Russian stance.
18 Nov 2016 | 11 : 44 GMT
Trump arrives in Washington, meets with Obama & GOP leaders
President-elect Donald Trump met with outgoing President Barack Obama and the Republican congressional leadership in Washington, while speculation ran rampant about his team’s plans for transition, from press relations to cabinet appointments.
10 Nov 2016 | 21 : 50 GMT
US not liberating Raqqa… it’s protecting jihadi proxies in Syria
With typical fanfare, Western news media announced the launch this week of a US-backed offensive to retake the eastern Syrian city of Raqqa from the Islamic State (Daesh) terror group.
8 Nov 2016 | 12 : 48 GMT
Trump says FBI rank & file ‘won’t let Clinton get away with crimes,’ questions email review
GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump said the FBI’s rank-and-file agents will not stop investigating Hillary Clinton’s handling of confidential information via her private server even after the FBI director said no charges would be brought against h
7 Nov 2016 | 5 : 27 GMT
US will never separate its fighters from ‘Islamists’ because it depends on them
The big idea to herald a new era of US-Russian cooperation in Syria was to separate Western-backed ‘moderate rebels’ from groups such as ISIS and Al-Qaeda, so they could be part of political negotiations while the others were targeted by the US and R
3 Nov 2016 | 12 : 41 GMT
RT America -- October 20, 2016
21 Oct 2016 | 2 : 18 GMT
News With Ed -- October 20, 2016
21 Oct 2016 | 2 : 18 GMT
Trump insults military vets with PTSD, calling them 'not strong'
The Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, told an audience of military veterans that those members who developed mental health issues did so because they were not “strong” and “can’t handle it.” The comments prompted a massive backlash on
3 Oct 2016 | 22 : 56 GMT
‘I feel responsible’: Mike Towell’s opponent on death of Scottish boxer
Dale Evans, the last opponent for deceased Scottish boxer Mike Towell in a Thursday bout, has shared his thoughts on the fight’s consequences with media.
3 Oct 2016 | 10 : 56 GMT
The US road map to balkanize Syria
Forget about those endless meetings between Sergei Lavrov and John Kerry; forget about Russia’s drive to prevent chaos from reigning in Syria; forget about the possibility of a real ceasefire being implemented and respected by US jihad proxies.
22 Sep 2016 | 8 : 00 GMT
Democrats ask FBI to probe alleged Trump-Russia connections over DNC hack
Four House Democrats have sent a letter to FBI director James Comey requesting an investigation into links between Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Russia concerning the leak of DNC emails.
31 Aug 2016 | 15 : 47 GMT
US in denial over sponsoring terrorism is why Syrian war rages on
Marathon 10-hour talks this weekend between the US and Russia in Geneva failed to produce a comprehensive plan to end the brutal Syrian war.
28 Aug 2016 | 15 : 08 GMT
Clinton cranks up Trump-Russia rhetoric as Election Day draws closer
In just over two months, the next US president will have been elected, and the mud-slinging will have finally come to an end. But until then, Hillary Clinton is throwing all the punches she can, continuing to accuse Donald Trump of having ties with R
26 Aug 2016 | 12 : 13 GMT
Donald ‘Loose Lips’ Trump to receive first classified briefing at FBI field office
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is to receive his first classified briefing Wednesday in New York, which means the world should know all of America’s secrets in a few days given the billionaire’s reputation for spilling the beans.
17 Aug 2016 | 16 : 17 GMT
Trump calls Obama ‘founder of ISIS’ with Clinton as 'co-founder'
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump had made waves again, telling supporters that President Barack Obama “founded” Islamic State and calling his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton the terrorist group’s co-founder.
11 Aug 2016 | 19 : 45 GMT
‘Trump, Clinton - don’t be cowards! Let third-party candidate debate’ – Jesse Ventura to Larry King
With Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton being the most disliked US presidential candidates ever, the public should demand a third contender to take part in the debates, Jesse Ventura, ex-wrestler and Minnesota governor, told Larry King’s Politicking sh
24 Jul 2016 | 15 : 42 GMT
How Donald Trump will follow the money
Imagine hordes of American theocrats, white supremacists, nativists, NRA worshippers, all in an 'open carry' orgy, descending on the Republican convention in Cleveland in the wake of Orlando, Dallas, Nice and Baton Rouge.
18 Jul 2016 | 15 : 31 GMT
‘ISIS computers up to 80 percent porn’ – US intelligence chief
The vast majority of files found by US officers on laptops taken from Islamic State contain pornography, says Lieutenant General Michael Flynn, former chief of the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Pentagon’s spying arm.
13 Jul 2016 | 18 : 56 GMT
Clinton vetting ex-NATO military chief Stavridis for vice-president – report
The Clinton camp is reportedly vetting retired four-star Admiral James Stavridis as a potential vice presidential running mate. The former NATO brass served as the DoD’s top adviser during the Iraq War and has speculated on nuclear war with Russia.
13 Jul 2016 | 9 : 33 GMT
Chilcot boycott: Grieving service families threaten to reject Iraq report ‘whitewash’
Families of soldiers killed in Iraq are threatening to boycott the Chilcot Report, branding it a ‘whitewash.’ The news comes amid fears that soldiers could be investigated while war leaders escape scrutiny.
4 Jul 2016 | 11 : 01 GMT
Hedge funds show best returns from Russian markets
Russian assets have brought hedge fund managers 29 percent gains since the start of 2015, their highest revenues among emerging markets.
16 May 2016 | 10 : 51 GMT
RT America -- March 24, 2016
‘Take the threat seriously’: US, Russia, Europe need to fight ISIS together – ex-DIA chief Flynn
To defeat the “vicious enemy” that is Islamic State, US and Russia and the EU need to work together, share information, and stop the rampant political correctness, former head of US military intelligence General Michael Flynn told RT.
24 Mar 2016 | 4 : 56 GMT
Job done: Russia saved Syria from US regime change… now it’s over to diplomacy
Five years of war, five months of Russian military intervention, and now peace talks are underway. It’s as simple as that.
15 Mar 2016 | 12 : 50 GMT
‘You created ISIS!’ Press conference scandal mars Kerry’s visit to Italy
US Secretary of State John Kerry’s visit to Italy was disrupted by a cry of protest at his joint press conference with Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni, when a woman in the audience shouted, “it’s you who created Daesh!”
4 Feb 2016 | 0 : 20 GMT
Like the "Spy Who Loved Me," America's "Accuracy in Media" is stuck in 1977
Our old friend Cliff Kincaid is back, and he’s as mad as hell. The reason? Michael T. Flynn, a retired American three-star general, attended RT's conference - and subsequent dinner – on December 10th in Moscow, celebrating the channel’s 10th annivers
29 Dec 2015 | 13 : 13 GMT
‘I don’t know why Obama thinks what he does’ – Seymour Hersh exclusive interview
People keep talking about Syrian President Bashar Assad as if everybody killed was killed by him in a war in which two sides are killing each other, Seymour Hersh, American investigative journalist and political writer told RT.
24 Dec 2015 | 16 : 12 GMT
US military provided Assad with intel on extremists via Russia, Israel & Germany - report
The Pentagon’s Joint Chiefs of Staff has been indirectly providing Syrian military with intelligence on Islamic extremists fearing the Obama administration’s agenda to oust Bashar Assad will engender total chaos in Syria.
22 Dec 2015 | 10 : 31 GMT
‘RT’s work has never been more important than now’ – Jesse Ventura
In the center of Moscow for the 10th anniversary celebration for RT, former US governor and aspirant to the US presidency, Jesse Ventura, offered his candid insights into why the world needs RT more than ever.
13 Dec 2015 | 9 : 29 GMT
Ex-US military intel chief: Washington's strategy against ISIS narrow & one-dimensional
11 Dec 2015 | 8 : 20 GMT
Game for privacy is gone, mass surveillance is here to stay – Assange on #RT10 panel
Humanity has lost its battle for privacy and must now learn to live in a world where mass surveillance is becoming cheaper for governments to implement, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said during a panel dedicated to RT’s 10th anniversary.
10 Dec 2015 | 18 : 13 GMT
US, Russia need to align strategies on fighting ISIS – Flynn
Islamic State has now become a global threat and the US and Russia need to clearly define the enemy using similar criteria and figure out how to defeat IS working together, the ex-director of the US Defense Intelligence Agency Michael Flynn told RT.
10 Dec 2015 | 15 : 43 GMT
MPs must be free to scrutinize all trade deals, incl. TTIP – Global Justice Now
Controversial international trade deals, including the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), must be freely debated in Parliament, a pressure group has said.
9 Dec 2015 | 16 : 40 GMT
RT TO MARK ITS 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY WITH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MEDIA AND POLITICS
1 Dec 2015 | 18 : 11 GMT
RT to mark its 10 year anniversary with international conference on media and politics
The event that will bring together prominent politicians, foreign policy experts and media executives from around the world will take place on December 10, 2015 – ten years since RT’s flagship English-language news channel aired its first broadcast.
1 Dec 2015 | 15 : 15 GMT
Why US fears Putin success in Syria
The US and its allies would like to see Russia’s military operations in Syria go horribly wrong as Russia’s success heralds a crushing defeat for Western regime-change machinations. It would also signal the balance of power shifting away from US hege
16 Oct 2015 | 7 : 20 GMT
Moscow’s red lines were crossed – ex US intel chief on Russian military op in Syria
Americans must understand that Russia also has a foreign policy and a national security strategy, and that Moscow launched the campaign against ISIS in Syria after its “unstated red lines were crossed,” retired US Lieutenant General Michael Flynn tol
5 Oct 2015 | 19 : 35 GMT
Murder rates spike in US cities in 2015 after decades of decline
At least 35 US cities have witnessed a sharp rise in homicides this year compared to 2014, with Milwaukee, St Louis, Baltimore and Washington showing significant increases. No expert can say with certainty what’s caused the rise in the murder rate.
2 Sep 2015 | 9 : 56 GMT
‘Libyan lawlessness now spreading to Egypt’
IS have been thriving inside Libya due to the collapse of the government and lawlessness there, said Cairo based journalist Hugh Miles. The terror organization is spreading to Egypt to the point that it is becoming dangerous for foreigners, he added.
21 Aug 2015 | 13 : 50 GMT
US planes begin bombing ISIS in Syria from bases in Turkey
US fighter jets struck Syrian targets in an operation launched against Islamic State militants from the Incirlik airbase in Turkey, the US military confirmed Wednesday. This news comes amid reports of a renewed rebel offensive on Syrian government fo
12 Aug 2015 | 22 : 14 GMT
‘US meddling in Mid-East led to rise of radical extremism’
The US in concert with Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey supported the Arab Spring and Sunni extremists in a bid to bring ‘democracy’ to the region, Larry Johnson, a former CIA and State Department Official, told RT.
11 Aug 2015 | 13 : 12 GMT
US ex-intelligence chief on ISIS rise: It was 'a willful Washington decision'
The US didn’t interfere with the rise of anti-government jihadist groups in Syria that finally degenerated into Islamic State, claims the former head of America’s Defense Intelligence Agency, backing a secret 2012 memo predicting their rise.
10 Aug 2015 | 13 : 38 GMT
‘Iraq airstrikes won’t defeat ISIS, only kill civilians’ – anti-war group
Peace activists have condemned the British government’s campaign of airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Iraq, insisting continued bombing of the region will fail to defeat the terror group and lead to further civilian fatalities.
5 Aug 2015 | 16 : 46 GMT
States, stores pull Confederate flag in wake of Charleston shooting
The battle over the Confederate flag spread from the South Carolina Statehouse to the United States’ biggest retailers. Other states are moving to remove Civil War-era symbols from capitol buildings, license plates and other government-owned location
24 Jun 2015 | 0 : 50 GMT
Labour would trade away Britain’s Trident nukes for SNP support, Tories claim
Defense Secretary Michael Fallon has warned that a Labour government would give up Britain’s Trident nuclear weapons program to secure power with the Scottish National Party (SNP).
9 Apr 2015 | 12 : 46 GMT
Bank of England chief 'delusional' to claim UK escaped debt trap - economist
Mark Carney’s claim that Britain has escaped a “debt trap” common to Eurozone states has been dismissed by UK economist Michael Burke as “delusional.” Burke says Britain's debt has merely been transferred from private firms to UK homeowners.
29 Jan 2015 | 14 : 44 GMT
White Milwaukee former cop won't be charged in death of mentally ill black man
The former Milwaukee, Wisconsin police officer who shot and killed a mentally ill black homeless man in April will not be charged in the shooting because the use of force was justified, the district attorney announced Monday.
22 Dec 2014 | 17 : 18 GMT
Destroying Hamas would only create another ‘Islamic State’ – top Pentagon official
A grim and unpredictable future could befall the Middle East if Hamas is destroyed, a top Pentagon official said, warning that another rampaging extremist group akin to the Islamic State terrorists could rise up in its place.
27 Jul 2014 | 8 : 02 GMT
'Right to be forgotten' is just latest of West's delusions
What sort of ludicrous European Court is it that could rule in favor of a 'cloak-and-dagger' scrubbing out of inconvenient facts called the ‘right to be forgotten’?
4 Jul 2014 | 9 : 45 GMT
Pentagon spy agency could soon welcome first female chief
Lt. Gen. Mary Legere, currently the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence in the US Army, could be poised to make history. She is the leading candidate to take over as chief of the Pentagon’s main spy organization, the Defense Intelligence Agency (D
3 May 2014 | 2 : 11 GMT
US Defense Intelligence Agency director reportedly being forced out
Both the director and deputy director of the Defense Intelligence Agency at the Pentagon announced on Wednesday that they are to leave their jobs by early fall. The move is thought be the result of mounting pressure by top Washington officials.
30 Apr 2014 | 20 : 45 GMT
Beast of burden: UK taxpayer to bear costs of nuclear leaks, not private firms
The private consortium that will manage the decommissioning of the UK's decaying Magnox nuclear reactors won’t be made to bear financial responsibility in the event of a radioactive incident. Taxpayers will have to pick up the tab instead.
23 Feb 2014 | 11 : 04 GMT
US officials say Snowden disclosures will lead to deaths, plead for an end to leaks
Revelations made possible through documents leaked by former contractor Edward Snowden could cause the deaths of United States diplomats, citizens and soldiers, government officials said Wednesday, and remaining files should be surrendered immediatel
29 Jan 2014 | 20 : 32 GMT
Booz Allen terminated Snowden's employment on June 10, 2013, one month after he had left the country.
NSA controls global internet traffic via private fiber-optic cables
Published time: 8 Jul, 2013 17:55 ←これがスノーデン騒動のはじまり。
8 green-on-blue killings sweep Afghanistan over weekend
Eight coalition soldiers were killed in three separate attacks across Afghanistan since Friday, as the trend of Afghan soldiers firing on coalition troops worsens for NATO.
16 Sep 2012 | 12 : 35 GMT
Christians unite for Israel in Washington
Thousands of Christians gathered in Washington to show their support for the nation of Israel as part of the annual Christians United for Israel Summit.
18 Jul 2011 | 21 : 34 GMT