This new firestorm will complicate the confirmation hearings of top appointees like the Secretary of State-in-waiting, the former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson, already accused of too cosy a relationship with the Kremlin. And as for Trump's future relationship with intelligence agencies, we should be worried
Ms Conway says reports based on 'unnamed, unspoken sources' and the FBI is still trying to verify the claims
Russian billionaires grow their riches by $29bn
No new evidence of Russian involvement, Moscow says
Events of 2016 have brought the sheer might of the Russian military into sharp focus.
'We will outmatch them at every pass and outlast them all,' says President-elect
Moscow's hoping for change after the departure of Barack Obama
Sir Alan Duncan prompts astonishment by describing the question as a 'technicality' – telling MPs that criticism of Russia’s actions in the Syrian war 'does not come across my desk'
‘We ask Russia not to hinder the tests by hysterics and provocations,’ says Ukrainian minister
US officials are reportedly ‘very concerned' that a cyber breach could cause mass confusion and spread fake information about a ‘rigged system’ on 8 November
'I was just trying to remind myself all the time that this is the President of Russia and not that chap from the BBC,' Her Majesty reportedly says
The 90-minute meeting took place on the sidelines of the G20 summit
Alexander Shchetinin found dead with a gun near his body after friends tried to visit him at home
Whether tensions escalate or subside will depend most upon the political calculus of Russia. Previously, Moscow had hoped that sustained economic, military and political pressure could lead to significant loss of support within Ukraine for its pro-Western government
'They looked forward to seeing each other at the G20 summit in China next month'