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Robert Mueller turned in his report on the Russia investigation on March 22.

Here’s everyone who has been charged, convicted, and sentenced in the Russia probe so far

A federal judge sentenced Roger Stone to serve 40 months in prison for his convictions on making false statements, obstruction, and witness tampering.

Russia’s 2016 disinformation campaign targeted African-Americans more than any other group, Senate report confirms

A new Senate report found "by far, race and related issues were the preferred target" of Russian efforts "designed to divide the country in 2016."

A Senate panel asked Trump to condemn foreign election interference days after he called for Ukraine and China to investigate Biden

President Trump publicly called on Ukraine and China to investigate the former Vice President Joe Biden and his son last week.

Russian trolls tried to stoke racial divisions with the NFL kneeling debate and Colin Kaepernick well after 2016, Senate report says

The report said that the focus on the NFL kneeling controversy went well beyond 2016 and continued as late as March 2018.
An image of Russian president Vladimir Putin is seen through a Twitter logo in this photo illustration on December 4, 2017.

New report is said to show where Russia prevailed and failed in its mission to elect Trump and divide a nation

A new Senate report details Russia's use of platforms like Google, Facebook, and Twitter to meddle in the 2016 election, The Washington Post reported.

3 important questions from Mark Zuckerberg’s Senate hearing that Facebook still hasn’t answered

Two months after CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Senate hearing, Facebook shared a 450-page follow-up document that attempts to answer the questions Zuckerberg was asked both during the hearing and in the weeks that followed. Here are the ones that seem to have gotten away.

These 30 Facebook ads were shared by Russian trolls just days before the 2016 election. Some were so subtle, you probably didn’t realize they we...

This week, Congress released every ad created and shared by Russian trolls during the 2016 election. In the week leading up to the election, nearly 100 were created or run. Here's a look at some of them.

Facebook takes down over 200 accounts and pages run by the IRA, a notorious Russian troll farm

The IRA-linked Facebook pages and Instagram accounts that were recently removed reached 1.5 million people around the world.
Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Putin is getting slammed for saying Jews might have interfered in the US election

The Russian president made the claim during an interview with NBC's Megyn Kelly on Saturday, and also said Ukrainians or Tatars might be responsible.