World leaders, designer labels, artists and more unveiled their tributes to Russian President Vladimir Putin for his 65th birthday.
Alexei Navalny has led two massive waves of protest across Russia this year, mobilizing the Russian youth. This time, police arrested him before he reached the rally.
Spots became pedestrian crossings and signs designating areas as "parking for embassy cars only" vanished.
From Moscow's suburbs to Siberia, 'Game of Thrones' family symbols have uncanny lookalikes across Russia.
Moscow police arrested hundreds, including protest leader Alexei Navalny, who called for an anti-corruption march in the Russian capital.
Seven other workers living nearby complained of health problems and two were taken to hospital.
Authorities are facing mass opposition to plans to forcibly remove residents from their homes in favor of new construction that many say will only benefit rich developers and their partners in government.
In a rare show of mass political activism, Muscovites took on the government’s $62 billion redevelopment plans.
The return of Lithuania’s defense attache to Russia for 'familial reasons' has triggered much speculation.
New public projects draw on resurgent Russian nationalism, just in time for a national election.
"Shawarma Lives!" Muscovites declared as local officials backpedaled on the plan.
The Russian capital is only behind Beijing and New York.
Russia’s ban on Western food imports has sparked a revival of locally sourced delicacies.
As the country’s economy worsens the Kremlin prepares for a wave of potential unrest.
Putin spoke a day after Assad made a surprise visit to Moscow for talks with the Russian leader.
Russia has ordered Crimea's religious groups to register with Moscow or lose their legal status.
U.S. officials suspect Russia is reinforcing to aid Assad, Moscow's ally since the Cold War.