The editor-in-chief of Novaya Gazeta listed high-profile attacks on journalists working for his publication, including the murders of reporters Anna Politkovskaya and Igor Domnikov.
After suffering a virus attack which spread to other countries, Russia’s largest state news agency is back
Ksenia Sobchak’s statement of purpose for that new vacancy opening up in the Kremlin.
A Kremlin transcript of a speech by German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Crimea edited the text to replace the word “annexation,” in reference to the peninsula.
Amnesty urged the Russian government not to send prisoners away from their home regions, so they could be closer to their families
One of the march’s organizers told the independent television channel Dozhd TV on Wednesday that City Hall had approved a march in Moscow’s Lyublino district.
“Crimea belongs to Ukraine. Period”
Do plays written centuries ago have the power to heal modern day traumas? A new project raises the curtain on a daring new experiment
The deputy editor of the independent radio station Ekho Moskvy who was hospitalized earlier this week after being stabbed is making a speedy recovery
Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister repeated Moscow’s warnings that it reserves the right to take retaliatory steps against Washington
An otherworldly art installation debuts at the Renwick just in time for Halloween
A shortage of wagons for wheat transport is a cause of concern for the governor
“We believe that this affects our right to confidential communication with sources of information,” the journalists said
The Wagner private contractor group is believed to have played central roles in conflicts in Ukraine and Syria
Alexei Stroganov fell into a coma after the assault and never regained consciousness
Estimates of Putin’s private wealth vary, from the officially declared 8.9 million rubles ($133,000) to as high as $200 billion
The head of Russia’s Central Elections Commission said in October Navanly could only run in 2028
A new law requiring naturalized Russians to recite an oath of allegiance took effect in September
Forget your preconceptions of how airports should look.
Surprisingly few U.S. writers touched by the 1918 pandemic wrote about it. But flu lit appears more popular today than ever
The source of the attack has not yet been determined
A decree signed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday did not state the reason for the latest increase
The video culminates with the officer calling the video’s author a ‘Swedish homosexual’
“You can laugh at me, but I understand show business”
The Freer’s renovation comes with a new thematic presentation of Asian Art—and the Peacock Room is reopened, as well
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on a conference call on Tuesday that Felgenhauer was attacked by a “madman.”
“We came to occupy Trump Tower to call attention to political prisoners,” Pussy Riot wrote in a Facebook post on Monday.
Sobyanin’s plans to relocate around 10 percent of Moscow’s population sparked mass demonstrations this summer
Three of the defendants were found to have psychiatric illnesses
The man then pepper-sprays the guard and then ducks under a turnstile, running into the building
Another episode in the San Francisco consulate saga
Venediktov told Radio Svoboda that doctors had said she was in a “medium serious” condition and had lost a lot of blood, but that her life was not in danger.
Russia’s Union of Journalists added the stabbing to a roster of recent attacks against journalists in Russia
Felgenhauer has been hospitalized and her life is reportedly not under threat
When Svetlana Gubareva woke up in a Moscow hospital, one of the first things she heard was President Vladimir Putin offering condolences to the families of the 129 hostages who died in the Dubrovka theater
Can art alter the course of history? Should artists even try? Joseph Beuys said yes and yes
The Duma will reportedly discuss the establishment of the new representative office on Tuesday
The white winter’s comfort has arrived
The actress said Weinstein invited her to his hotel in Venice
Three funeral homes in the Siberian city of Omsk told RBC on Friday that they are not experiencing difficulties with granite deliveries.
Want to know the meaning of закон подлости? It’s when you go south to improve your health and come back sicker than when you left.
Nurmatov’s lawyer said after the decision that a number of violations were committed during the process
“In our country, anything is possible.”
Russia’s Higher Attestation Commission has convened behind closed doors to decide whether to rescind Vladimir Medinsky’s doctorate in historical sciences
Russian senators are reportedly preparing to blacklist U.S. outlets in Russia is response
To compensate for the shortages, granite imports from China and Ukraine have reportedly increased
Events in Ukraine, North Korea, and Syria ranked in the top five most mentioned events
If you lived in Moscow in the 90s, you’ll remember this
She is a socialite and former reality TV presenter, turned opposition activist, then opposition journalist and — now — presidential candidate
A massive three-day festival spotlights the achievements of the Atlantic Coast Conference
Big business could fund the majority of Sobchak’s $17.4 million campaign, an asset that Kremlin-backed candidates enjoy.
Mark Galeotti explains how Sobchak’s campaign can reshape the Russian presidential election landscape.
The Belarusian-born consultant helped two opposition politicians gain an unprecedented number of seats in Moscow in September
The manufacturing company Mart Group is developing a non-lethal stun shield for riot police to use in 2018
Once a psychiatric clinic, the Art Brut Center Gugging now serves as a museum exhibiting the works of some of the world’s best self-taught artists
The former reality television host is the daughter of Anatoly Sobchak, the first democratically elected mayor of St. Petersburg and the former boss of President Vladimir Putin
In Connecticut, works by some of the most notable architects of the 20th century are hiding in plain sight. Take the wheel for this sightseeing tour
The collapse of Otkritie is third most expensive collapse of a Russian bank in modern history.
Residents who remain are asked to help foreign visitors and avoid fights with the large groups of fans watching the games in bars