It ranked behind Paris, Tokyo and London in terms of overall safety.
How William H.H. Murray accidental bestseller launched the country’s first outdoor craze
Russia is steadily making China into its most important trade partner
Teenagers have played a leading role in a series of rallies organized by opposition leader Alexei Navalny and presidential hopeful this year
Smithsonian’s nonprofit record label launched a Kickstarter for help and got it
Smithsonian’s nonprofit record label launches a Kickstarter for help with its most ambitious project yet
One team is working with Inuvialuit elders to come up with a renewable energy terminology—and maybe revive a dying language
The ECHR on Tuesday ruled that the Navalny brothers’ right to a fair trial was violated and that their convictions fell outside the definition of fraud
These Never-Before-Seen Photos From “The New York Times” Offer a New Glimpse Into African-American History
The editors of the new book, “Unseen” talk about recognizing the paper of record’s biases
The Worldwide Short Film Festival, or “shnit,” is an international festival of short films that opens in Moscow on Wednesday.
Their orders were to “uncover and highlight existing problems and social issues in the United States”
The unveiling was reportedly attended by DNR leader Alexander Zakharchenko and Russian presidential aide Vladislav Surkov
Not since Josef Stalin’s first General Plan for the Reconstruction of Moscow in 1935 has the Russian capital changed so radically and so quickly.
Former Bolshoi ballerina Anastasia Volochkova told The Daily Beast that she had attended “gala nights” for ballerinas and Russian oligarchs during her career