Russia continues pointing fingers after ex-spy poisoning
It's become relatively understood with world leaders that Russia probably poisoned ex-spy Sergei Skripal.
The bigger picture: The U.S. has said so, the E.U. recently voiced support for the U.K. in saying so; the only person who won't say is Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Wall Street Journal reports that the Kremlin has "spread a flurry of theories" to explain the nerve-agent attack, with "one common theme: It was anyone but Russia."