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FSB chief Alexander Bortnikov warned officials that outlets such as CNN and The Washington Post were targeting the country. [Read More]
The company will perform scenes from "Swan Lake," "The Nutcracker" and "Don Quixote" at the Novoslobodskaya station on the evening of June 25. [Read More]
The clip, which actually depicted U.S. forces in Afghanistan, reached the president via Russia's General Staff. [Read More]
St. Petersburg protesters claim of abuse and use of pepper spray while in detention. [Read More]
"Renaissance Venice: Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese. From the Italian and Russian collections," is an opportunity to see 23 masterpieces by the three artists in one place. [Read More]
Residents complained that the landfill — so big that it is visible from outer space — was only 200 meters from their homes and schools. [Read More]
European Court of Human Rights ruled against the infamous gay propaganda law, sending a bold sign to Russia is on the wrong side of history. [Read More]
This week marks midsummer, which means it's the perfect time to head north to Russia's former imperial capital and experience its famed "White Nights." But... [Read More]
Thumbnail appeared Russia's register of banned sites for approximately three hours on Thursday afternoon. [Read More]
IOC Chief Thomas Bach told The New York Times that the organization would take action despite new anti-doping measures introduced by President Putin. [Read More]
An audit found that companies were awarded illegal government tenders to the sum of 4 billion 98 million rubles. [Read More]
Moscow local municipal candidate Lucia Stein installed several plaster copies of her bust on the walls of buildings planned to be demolished under Moscow renovation... [Read More]
Russian authorities want to wipe anonymity out of the Internet. But is it possible? [Read More]
He claimed to be an "American hacker." But Russian authorities say he's likely a Tanzanian national fleeing prosecution for migration violations in China. [Read More]
Some 63 percent of Russians said that the Soviet Union would have triumphed without aid from abroad. [Read More]
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is working hard to save what remains of the U.S.-Russia relationship. [Read More]
It is illegal for Russian landlords to discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity or nationality. But the city's property listings tell a different story. [Read More]
During all Putin's time in power, hardly a single image of him having fun with others comes to mind. We have never seen him enjoying... [Read More]
In a statement on Wednesday, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said that the footage had been given to Putin by the Russian Defense Ministry. [Read More]
Statistics for 2016 show that spending on oncology treatment has fallen in almost half of Russia's 85 regions. [Read More]