Citing staffing cutbacks ordered by the Kremlin, the embassy said that documents would be issued only in Moscow, and that processing would take six months.
A day after signing new sanctions into law, the president said Washington’s relationship with Moscow was “at an all-time & very dangerous low.”
In a letter to the United Nations Security Council, the four Western allies called Iran’s satellite launch last week “threatening and provocative.”
Trump issued a signing statement challenging parts of the Russia sanctions bill. What does that mean?
Senator Chuck Schumer, the Democratic leader, stepped back to lead a deal on Russia sanctions, another example of lawmakers’ finding bipartisan ways to challenge the Trump administration.