The senior White House advisor is alleged to have failed to hand over a document about 'Russian backdoor overture'
The former Democratic presidential candidate made a warning about a potential order for the Justice Department to investigate her role in a uranium sale back in 2010
Our host asked key questions about the Russian Defence Ministry using a video game picture as 'proof' the US was helping Isis
Researchers from the University of Edinburgh looked at 2,752 Twitter accounts which have been suspended in the US
Swedish fans started to sing 'Always Look on the Bright Side of Life'
In response to a report about the correspondence, the firstborn son of Donald Trump posted screenshots of the exchange on Twitter
The Prime Minister accosted the Russian President in an unprecedented move
Some media reports have said the US President blames decisions made by his senior advisor over the ongoing probe
It is claimed at least 22 events in America were actually organised by Russian operatives
The wrong George Papadopoulos has been bombarded with tweets following his name being in the news, so who is the real George Papadopoulos?
Jan Halper Hayes passionately defended the US President in the wake of the charges against Paul Manafort, his former campaign manager
US media is reporting Paul Manafort turned himself into the FBI on Monday
Thousands of previously classified documents have been made public by Donald Trump. Twitter weighs in
Russian senato Igor Chernyshenko has said 'censorship and bans' are not democratic
Thousands of files which had previously been classified were released on Thursday
The Foreign Secretary was responding to a UN report which pointed to the Syrian government as the ones responsible for the gas attack in Khan Sheikhun
Head of Argentine football association has met Russian diplomats to discuss security for Messi and his teammates
Terror group also releases poster apparently showing World Cup stadium
Eric Holder called the reaction of the US president to the current Attorney General recusing himself from the Russia investigation 'unprecendented'
Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter also claims former Uefa president Michel Platini has been invited to the event
Donald Trump has denied telling the widow of a US soldier 'he knew what he was signing up for'
Despite the US voting against the resolution it still passed by 27 vote to 13, seven countries abstained
The Prime Minister was addressing soldiers serving in Estonia
The Roscosmos space agency and Nasa will come together for the Deep Space Gateway project
The New York Times is reporting the head of the Russia probe is requesting records of the US President's behaviour
The Russian Ka-52 gunship 'accidentally opened fire' on civilian targets in footage seen on social media during the Zapad military exercises
Professor Scott Lucas says the North Korean missile launch is a blunt response to UN sanctions
The Russian President said any further sanction on the country, pushed for by the US leader, could provoke Pyongyang into war
The federal government and human rights groups are working together to move LGBT people out of the republic
Chris Parry spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the ongoing crisis with North Korea
A recent device was tested at the site, which created an earthquake able to be felt in Russia and China
Dr John Nilson-Wright spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the escalating tension following a major nuclear test in North Korea
The test took place on Monday, and the artificial earthquake caused by it reportedly affected Russia and China
A Twitter account which claims is owner is a Ukip supporter based in Southampton and the Isle of Wight has raised suspicions
Alexander Nekrassov had been on with our host to speak about Operation Zapad, but the conversation devolved into an argument
Shirtzshop.de is selling the shirts which depict male profiles in helmets resembling those of the Wehrmacht
Russia's sixth-generation fighter jet should be able to make decisions without being instructed by the pilot
Author Victoria Schwab says 'it would have been better not to have published the article at all'
Scott Lucas, a Professor of International Politics from the University of Birmingham, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the US president's reaction to the Virginia incident
George Galloway hopes Donald Trump is thrown in a padded cell in order to save the world
Our host said the crisis between America and North Korea is at its tipping point
Country bidding to become only the second African state to win the hosting rights to the tournament
Server Karametov held a placard about the treatment of Tatars, a Turkic ethnic group, outside the Supreme Court of Crimea
The plane was allowed to fly overhead due to a 1992 agreement
The grand jury can issue subpoenas to force people to appear before the the Trump-Russia investigation
Sir Tony Brenton says Russia expelling diplomats shows how angry it is about hopes of a good relationship going downhill