A new documentary shows how Samantha Montgomery went from lonely YouTuber with a dark past to Princess Shaw, viral singing sensation.
The D.C.-based nonprofit foundation is the first to be officially designated as an "undesirable organization" by Russian law enforcement.
If there's one thing that unites the Russian opposition and pro-Putin bloggers, it's getting blocked on Facebook.
The trial of Sergei Maksimov, a.k.a. Hacker Hell, offers a rare glimpse into Russia's internal cyberwars.
The Federation Council wants to outlaw twelve international NGOs, including Freedom House and the MacArthur Foundation.
In recent years, Russian authorities have increasingly tried to put a damper on "offensive" Internet humor.
The conflict centers around Russia's refusal to pay $50 billion to the shareholders of the now-defunct oil company.
The mayor of Kiev is considering memorializing the murdered Russian opposition leader, but Moscow officials are reluctant to do the same.
Nadezhda Tolokonnikova had previously served 21 months in a Russian prison for a protest in a Moscow church.
A new report from the Pew Research Center conducted in eight NATO countries found that most respondents favor economic aid over military action.
Two art directors from New York employ Kim Kardashian's "huge platform" "to spread awareness for news we should pay attention to".
These musicians are trying to conquer the West, but they don't want you to notice.
Seagal, a friend of Putin, has a "big creative palette," according to Nikita Mikhalkov.
Mikhail Saakashvili, now wanted in Georgia, has been advising Ukraine's president.