So far, seven subreddits have been removed from the site.
The state is cracking down on e-cigarettes with a new law that treats them like regular cigarettes and prohibits their use in some places.
Smoking at bus stops, in cars near children, as well as vaping or puffing away on a hookah in cafes may soon be a thing of the past in Russia.
More and more young people have been joining Kremlin foe Alexei Navalny on street marches.
Social media posts of Russian troops tagged in Syria and Ukraine caused mass uproar when Moscow denied its forces were in either country.
Khosrowshahi hopes to overturn the ban imposed on the ride-hailing startup.
Russia's recent legislation has placed demands on the location of servers that have already ousted LinkedIn, in what could be a precursor to bigger networks.
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.
France's gender equality minister has said on-the-spot fines could be an effective deterrent.
This bill is part of an ongoing effort to encourage pet adoptions and curb shelter killing.
Citgo represents around 5 percent of U.S. crude-oil refining capacity, and cash-strapped Venezuela is reportedly looking to hand it to Moscow.
The group said the U.S. should follow Germany's decision to outlaw the use of Nazi symbols.
Even if the US could shun Venezuelan oil, it would get re-routed to China or India.
The online music store and promotional platform makes 15 percent from all digital sales, and 10 percent from all merchandise sales on the site.
Eight U.S. senators are calling on FIFA to investigate alleged use of forced labor and potentially strip Russia of the right to host next year's tournament.
"The military is not a microcosm of civilian society," said national security aide Sebastian Gorka on BBC Radio 4. "They are not there to reflect America. They are there to kill people and blow stuff up. They are not there to be socially engineered."
Trump said he would ban transgender people from serving in the military "in any capacity."
The sanctions bill is a signature away from becoming law.
Jehovah's Witnesses have now exhausted the legal options regarding their ban within Russia.
A crackdown on Jehovah's Witnesses in Kazakhstan has followed similar actions against the Christian group in neighboring Russia.
One of the world's largest porn sites has introduced mandatory logins in Russia, synced with users' social media.
The Supreme Court has lifted much of the stay enforced by lower courts and will take up the case of Trump's travel ban in October.
One in five Ukrainians could now be on Facebook, digital market research figures show.