Trump said in an interview with the Times of London published on Monday that he would propose offering to end sanctions on Moscow in return for a nuclear arms reduction deal.
She considered Russian actions in Syria such as bombing hospitals "war crimes."
The defense committee recommends raising spending in the face of new political challenges.
The Moldovan president claimed that the country could scrap its deal with the EU.
Biden's comments come two days before Donald Trump's inauguration as U.S. president.
Russia annexed the peninsula in 2014 and also supports separatist rebels in the east of Ukraine.
Ukraine has called her views on the peninsula "historically and legally worthless."
The letter also asked Sessions, who as attorney general would be the country's top law enforcement official and head of the Justice Department, to commit to not shutting down any investigation into Russia's activities.
Abkhazia and South Ossetia consider themselves independent from Tbilisi.
It seems he's a fan of a certain British detective.
According to a ministry spokeswoman, the diplomat was purchasing cancer drugs at the time.
Why isn't Russia's American TV channel RT registered as a foreign agent?
"Spontaneity is not something that protects national security interests," the outgoing CIA chief says.
Secretary of Russia's Security Council notes a 'significant increase in attempts to inflict harm on Russia's informational systems from external forces.'
President-elect also tells the "Wall Street Journal" he's not committed to the "one China" principle.
Hazards include mud volcanoes and a sludgy bottom unsuitable for foundations.
The Jan. 9-12 survey found that 82 percent of American adults, including 84 percent of Democrats and 82 percent of Republicans, described Russia as a general "threat" to the United States.
The conversations appear to raise further questions about contacts between Trump's advisers and Russian officials.
Campaign manager Kellyanne Conway has implied that the Russia sanctions might be reconsidered once Trump is in office.
Meaning "compromising information," kompromat has taken hold in U.S. politics and media.