Twitter said its decision to kill the ads from RT and Sputnik was in response to the conclusion by the Director of National Intelligence that they tried to interfere in the U.S. election in 2016 on behalf of the Russian government.
US floats military action against North Korea, Michael Flynn was given tens of thousands of dollars by Russian companies, immigration officials under fire for "stalking" courthouses, and more.
The public-access channel is currently calling the glitch an "internal" issue, rather than something more sinister.
Please, enjoy this clip of him lyrically destroying Ken Livingstone.
It was all very confusing.
There’s more questions than answers regarding that “man sues Bethesda over Fallout” story that’s floating around.
Mikhail Lesin, a former aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin and a founder of the Russia Today news network, was found dead in a hotel on Thursday.
The head of the Lithuanian military's strategic communications division says Putin is trying to rewrite Lithuanian history in order to pave the way for a Russian occupation.
The Western allies want to step up an information campaign to counter what they've called "false narratives" disseminated by the Kremlin.
The AK-47 is possibly the most recognizable weapon on earth, and it's getting a new logo and ad campaign.