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When the (empty) apartment next door is owned by an oligarch

Russian oligarchs, Brazilian bank accounts and Chinese businessmen can be traced back to some troubles in the housing market, according to the New York Times.

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U.S. general says allies worry Russia's war game may be a "Trojan horse," reports Reuters

U.S. allies are worried Russia's planned war games in September could be a "Trojan horse" aimed at leaving behind military equipment brought into Belarus.

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Trump and Putin reportedly may have met even more times at the G-20 summit

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov "shrugged off the importance" of potential additional meeting between President Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, according to a new report.

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Trump's lawyers reportedly hunting for ways to discredit and derail Russia probe

President Donald Trump's legal team is looking for ways to discredit special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, the Washington Post and New York Times have reported.

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Trump's spokesman for his outside legal team resigns

U.S. President Donald Trump's outside legal team spokesman has resigned, Reuters reports.

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Exxon sues U.S. over $2 million fine for oil joint venture with Russia

Exxon Mobil sued the U.S. government, blasting as "unlawful" and "capricious" a $2 million fine levied against it for a three-year-old oil joint venture with Russia's Rosneft.

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Could be 'make or break' time when OPEC ministers meets in Russia: John Kilduff

I thing we're set up for "buy the rumor, sell the news cycle," says John Kilduff, Again Capital, providing insight to the highly-anticpated meeting of OPEC members.

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Exxon to challenge accusations it violated Russia sanctions

CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the latest on the fine imposed on Exxon for Russian sanction violations.

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Here’s who President Trump targeted in his one-on-one with The New York Times

On Wednesday, President Trump told The New York Times that Special Counsel Robert Mueller would be crossing a red line if he expanded his investigation to look at Trump family finances beyond ties to Russia.

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Trump warns Mueller against looking into his family finances apart from Russia investigation

President Donald Trump says special counsel Robert Mueller would be crossing a red line if he expanded his investigation to look at Trump family finances beyond ties to Russia.

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