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Russian Hacker Posts Passwords Of Almost Five Million Gmail And Other Email Accounts

Claims 60 percent of exposed passwords valid

Russia Limits Gas Supplies To Germany, Poland

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin adjusts his sunglasses as he watches an air show during MAKS-2011, the International Aviation and Space Show, in Zhukovsky, outside Moscow, on August 17, 2011. (Photo: DMITRY KOSTYUKOV/AFP/Getty Images)

‘Things aren’t going so smoothly’

France's Opportunistic Defense Double-Dealing

Poland US Patriot Missiles

They’re trying to sell helicopter carriers to Russia, and missile defense systems to Poland.

Meet The Soviet-Era Automated Nuclear Weapon That Could Still Be Aimed At The West

‘The Russians know that they have no chance against NATO without nuclear weapons’

Largest U.S. Bank Hacked With Mercenary Computer Network, Sent Data To Russia

Network used in previous attacks

Ex-NSA Chief Keith Alexander Says JPMorgan Hack Proves U.S. Financial System Is 'Vulnerable'

General Keith Alexander arrives at a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing in Washington

‘They just sent a real message: ‘You’re vulnerable’

U.S., Europe Look At Tougher Sanctions As Russian Oil Production Booms

Obama delivers remarks at Laborfest 2014 at Maier Festival Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

‘Struggles in accessing foreign funding may affect investments in oil production’

Russia Announces Large-Scale Nuclear Exercises In Response To Ukraine

Russia Syria

‘I want to remind you that Russia is one of the most powerful nuclear nations’

Michael McFaul And The Continuing Failure Of Obama's Foreign Policy In Ukraine

Russia US Spying.JPEG

‘There are no Machiavellis in the Obama administration, only Elmer Fudds.’

NATO Releases Satellite Photos Proving Russia Is Lying About Invading Ukraine

‘Russian combat soldiers…are operating inside Ukraine’s sovereign territory’

Canada Gives Russia A Geography Lesson

‘Geography can be tough’

FBI, NSA Investigating Whether Russia Hacked U.S. Banks To Retaliate For Sanctions

Attacks left digital evidence of government involvement

Pentagon Won't Call The Russian Invasion of Ukraine An Invasion

‘Um . . . uh . . . to act . . . to cross the border in an unauthorized way.”

Obama Will Travel To Eastern Europe To Deter Another Putin Invasion

Three small Baltic countries worry Russia will invade them — again

Russian Energy Giant Hires DC Lobbyists To Target US Natural Gas Exports

The Russian national flag is seen on a barricade near the seized office of the SBU state security service in Luhansk

Sanctions also a top concern

Snowden Granted Three Years Of Asylum, Still 'Very Useful' According To Russians

File photo of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, an analyst with a U.S. defence contractor, being interviewed by The Guardian in his hotel room in Hong Kong

‘As a consultant on how the NSA works, he is very useful’

Russians Steal Billions Of Internet Passwords -- Biggest Hack Ever?

Just how concerned should we be?