Alexei Navalny's aide slams the removal as "political censorship." YouTube says it was following the rules.
"Get your butt on a plane," Sen. Elizabeth Warren added.
Commentary: Interviewed by NBC's Megyn Kelly, the Russian president says he, on the other hand, isn't a Twitterer.
Commentary: This is art of an exalted kind. Radiohead sung by a head of state.
"Chief Jim Hopper is not coming to rescue us." Representative David Cicilline compares the actions of the White House to the Upside Down, where "right is wrong, up is down."
Commentary: Oh, don't worry about that hacking thing. "Saturday Night Live" goes all out to suggest that the US is now a Russian state.
Commentary: Inevitably, Saturday Night Live mocks Donald Trump's press conference. Inevitably, Vladimir Putin infiltrates it too.
The president takes action against intelligence agencies and operatives, with more to come, saying "all Americans should be alarmed by Russia's actions."
The president is reportedly seeking answers before he leaves office in January.
Technically Incorrect: Michael Conlan of Ireland openly asks the Russian president how much he paid to ensure that Conlan's Russian opponent was the winner.
New legislation calls for service providers to store metadata for up to six months, and expressing pro-terror sentiments online could get you jailed for up to seven years.
The NSA whistleblower warns against using Google's new messaging app calling it "unsafe" for not employing end-to-end encryption.
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