Ukrainian intelligence published audio online of a call it said was allegedly between a Russian soldier and his wife.
"The resulting Ukrainian state will be similar to Belarus in its geopolitical orientation and domestic administration," a Russian source reveals.
The Kremlin's footage of the "mock attack" shows Russian submariners leaving an unnamed port and preparing for the operation.
Members of Congress were not doing anything illegal by investing in public companies, and others had even sold their assets.
"They're funding Putin's genocide in Ukraine," the congresswoman said Sunday, referencing continued purchasing of Russian oil and gas.
An independent Russian-language news outlet said pro-Kremlin channels reported Russian forces were firing at Ukrainian "militants" but when images of dead civilians emerged, the entries were altered.
"They poured oil paint with acetone in the compartment. Eyes burn terribly," Dmitry Muratov said after the reported incident.
Kremlin Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov called the losses "a huge tragedy for us" in an interview.
Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service Director Sergey Naryshkin criticized what he described as a "Russophobic frenzy" in the West.
Despite the latest round of sanctions, Russia's president stuck with his reputation for keeping matters related to his family life away from the public eye.
The Russian president almost never speaks publicly about his family life but he has two daughters from his marriage to former wife Lyudmila Putina, according to the Kremlin.
Dmitry Peskov did not say what he uses a VPN for, but the device has become increasingly popular among Russians seeking to bypass internet censorship.
Russian state media outlets have been airing video clips and quoting comments Carlson has made about alleged bioweapons labs, among other things.
The Pentagon assesses that Russian President Vladimir Putin is not being fully informed by his Ministry of Defense of the situation in Ukraine. Live updates have ended.
A new round of face-to-face diplomatic talks is set to take place sometime this week between Ukraine and Russia.
Russian news outlets were given a stern warning not to cover Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's recent interview with journalists.
Ukrainian fighter jets took out four Russian military planes, two drones and a helicopter in 24-hours, Kyiv military officials said.
Retired general David Petraeus said Russia is "showing the whole world" that its military wasn't the "wonderfully modernized force" people believed it to be.
Putin's spokesperson warned that "personal insults narrow the window of opportunity for our bilateral relations."
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the Russian president had signed a decree for the official's dismissal.
Echo of Moscow, an independent station, was closed on March 3 after Russian authorities began a crackdown on media criticism of the attack on Ukraine.
Ukraine's military staff wrote on Facebook that Russian forces have targeted library materials.
Timothy Ash of BlueBay Asset Management said that Russia's stock exchange's partial reopening is "really only window dressing."
Video of the Russian defense minister, who had not been seen in public since March 11, has been released by the Kremlin.
The move comes after the U.S. expelled 12 Russian United Nations diplomats.
There are reports from Russia that one of Vladimir Putin's closest allies has not been seen in public since March 11.
Special envoy Anatoly Chubais has also allegedly fled Russia, but not everyone believes it was an act of protest against the war.
Viral TikTok video comes as Russia's invasion of Ukraine enters its fourth week.
Kremlin Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov referred to the country's "concept of domestic security" when asked about nuclear warfare.