Kremlin critics are setting up rallies against one of Russia's least popular policies in years.
The uniformed vigilantes who attacked anti-Kremlin protesters were not police officers but did not arouse the suspicion of authorities.
Hundreds of people were arrested across Russia as Putin prepares for an unprecedented fourth term.
Vladimir Putin is expected to win when Russia goes to the polls, the only question is by how much.
A Belarusian-born escort claims to have information for the Russian collusion probe.
Nastya Rybka has offered to share information if the U.S. helps her get out of jail in Thailand.
The lawyer and anti-corruption blogger is holding the Russian president personally responsible for the disappearance of his iPhone 7.
The video, prompted by the revelations of a model, is under threat of being removed from other sites by authorities.
The protest leader wants to launch rallies in over 80 cities to give Putin a wake-up call.
More and more young people have been joining Kremlin foe Alexei Navalny on street marches.
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.
From Alexei Navalny's "crooks and thieves" jibe to the manatee that keeps waiting around, Russians have found innovative ways to criticize the government online.
After mass youth protests in the past year, Russia's leader will school the country's pupils on the country's future, according to multiple Kremlin sources.
The head of Russia's state-run polling agency did not mince his words.
Navalny has rallied thousands to protests in Russia but the electoral commission says he has “no chance” of running in 2018.
Moscow police arrested hundreds, including protest leader Alexei Navalny, who called for an anti-corruption march in the Russian capital.
Alexei Navalny mobilized millions in March in an anti-corruption rally targeted at the Russian prime minister.
Alexey Navalny summoned thousands in March and Moscow police issued a warning on the eve of the next protest.
The documentary largely focused on the suspected ill-gotten wealth of Russia’s prime minister.
The Kremlin's most vocal critic has caused a political stir in recent months but he won't be allowed on the ballot in the 2018 presidential election.
Navalny was hospitalized with chemical burns in his eye this week.
Hundreds were arrested during protests around Russia last Sunday—at least 12, including Navalny, remain in detention.
Navalny finished third in the Moscow mayoral elections in 2013.