Murdered Muckracker Reaches Out From the Grave
Manafort in Email to Client: Think Tank Wonk Did My Bidding
The email in question was sent by Manafort on April 21, 2013, and was part of the new charging document released by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team on Friday.
Moscow’s Hippest Neighborhood in the Shadow of the Kremlin
In Kitay-gorod, chic restaurants, discreet clubs, and cool bars coexist with the ominous walls of the Kremlin and the headquarters for Federal Security Service.
The Putin-Assad ‘Final Offensive’ in Syria Suddenly On Hold
Bombing has stopped, some Syrian army units have redeployed—and anti-Assad demonstrations are erupting. But the rebels may turn on each other.
Russians Tried to ‘Hack Swiss Lab Testing Novichok’
European authorities apprehended a pair who allegedly attempted to break in to a Swiss lab where samples from the attack on Sergei Skripal were tested.
Manafort Flips: Cops Plea, Agrees to Cooperate With Mueller
As part of the deal, he must forfeit tens of millions in assets, including his apartment in Trump Tower.
Skripal Suspects Insist: We Were Just Visiting Stonehenge
The U.K. says they’re Russian intelligence agents who tried to murder a former spy. They insist they’re just absurdly unlucky tourists.
TRUTHS AND CONSEQUENCES
Russia Shows Us What Happens to ‘Enemies of the People’
Under Putin, dozens of journalists have been murdered because of their work. He may not have ordered the killings, but he created the deadly atmosphere. Trump’s doing the same.