Russia and Iran have obtained voter info: US officials
Intelligence director and FBI director say the US will impose costs on any foreign countries interfering in the 2020 US election.
Science, politics tied up in global race as Russia approves vaccine
First nation to develop a way to defeat the COVID will achieve a kind of moonshot victory.
Why fresh US tariffs? Politics, pandemics, Russian aluminum
Aluminum is one of the elemental components of the Canada-US trade relationship.
Australia accuses China and Russia of virus disinformation
EU report cites dangerous claims that drinking bleach as a cure of the disease and washing hands doesn’t help prevent its spread.
Trudeau rejects Trump suggestion to re-admit Russia to G7, citing Crimea
PM says nothing has changed since Russia was ejected from the G8 in 2014 over its annexation of territory from Ukraine.
China moves to block new virus flare up on Russian border
Recent arrivals from Russia account for nearly half of China’s imported cases.
Canada won’t tip hand on possibility of import tariffs on Saudi oil
Kenney wants a continental energy policy to help North America fight what he says are predatory pricing practices.
Kremlin hopes US wouldn’t release Trump Putin calls
Zakharova scoffs at Pelosi’s decision to open an impeachment inquiry based on the Ukrainian call.
Canada files North Pole competing claim with Russia, Denmark
Canada has submitted its scientific argument for control of a vast portion of the Arctic seabed to the UN body that will evaluate it.
China seeks Asian neighbours’ support in trade fight with US
Representatives of the eight-nation grouping had expressed “broad support” for China’s position: Wang.
Pompeo, Russia’s Lavrov see hope for improved US-Russia ties
Moscow and Washington are overdue to dispel “suspicions and prejudices on both sides,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.
Scheer says he will move Canadian Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv
Also says he would get tough on China and Russia.
Barr, Mueller trade barbs as Russia probe rift goes public
Attorney General faced sharp questioning from Senate Democrats who accused him of making misleading comments.
Trump, AG Barr spread untruths on Mueller report
Associated Press fact-checks statements made by Trump’s team and finds many are misrepresented and not true.
Trump ups his attacks with Mueller report due April 18
Despite the US president’s claims, the Mueller report didn’t exonerate him of obstruction of justice.
Committee calls on Canada to co-operate with NATO to respond to Russia in Arctic
Russian President Vladimir Putin has outlined an ambitious plan to increase Russia’s Arctic presence.
House Judiciary panel approves subpoenas for Mueller report
The committee voted 24-17 to give Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., permission to issue subpoenas to the Justice Department for the final report.
NATO ministers meet to celebrate 70th anniversary amid rifts
A dispute with Turkey over planned purchase of Russian weapons and defence spending disparities straining alliance.
Democrats to prepare subpoenas for full Mueller report
The Judiciary panel plans to vote on subpoenas Wednesday.
Democrats ask for Mueller files; GOP exclaims ‘Move on’
Trump said the release of Mueller’s full report “wouldn’t bother me at all.”
Mueller’s obstruction punt left question in Barr’s hands
It’s a decision that’s puzzled some former U.S. Justice Department officials.
Manafort faces state charges after drawing more federal time
At the White House, Trump said he felt “very badly” for Manafort but hadn’t given any thought to a pardon.
Norad chief urges speedy defensive upgrades amid spectre of new Cold War
Threats include new, difficult to detect nuclear-armed cruise missiles and extreme-speed hypersonic missiles.
Russian fighters in Arctic spark debate on Canada’s place
Canada needs to keep pace if only because it can’t count on the current international order to hold: analyst.
Judge gives ex Trump lawyer Michael Cohen 3 years in prison
The sentence was the culmination of a spectacular rise and fast fall of a lawyer who attached himself to the fortunes of his biggest client.
Sessions is out, fate of Mueller Russia probe in question
Acting AG has questioned the inquiry’s scope and spoke publicly about ways to theoretically stymie the investigation.
Rosenstein still has his job at least till Trump showdown
President is waiting until Sept. 27 meeting to figure out what’s going on.
Britain charges 2 Russians over Novichok poisoning
Suspects are in Russia, unlikely to be brought to justice.
AP FACT CHECK: Trump’s imaginary wages, trade falsehoods
Another week of falsehoods on trade, other issues.
Putin says latest US sanctions senseless
Calls restrictions “counterproductive…, especially against such country as Russia.”
Microsoft uncovers more Russian hack attacks ahead of midterms
Kremlin officials dismiss claims as unfounded, citing a lack of detail on the hack.
Brennan: Trump worked with Russians and now he’s desperate
Loss of a security clearance an unprecedented act of retribution against a vocal critic.