The Russian virtual assistant Alice got a little too political.
Declared earnings of some government figures went up considerably.
The two nations' premiers shared their thoughts on linking payment systems, as Moscow said that no single currency should dominate global trade.
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.
Navalny has rallied thousands to protests in Russia but the electoral commission says he has "no chance" of running in 2018.
Russia is one of the few countries to recognize South Ossetia as independent.
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.
The documentary largely focused on the suspected ill-gotten wealth of Russia's prime minister.
The majority of Russian opposition parties support the annexation of Crimea.
In a snap election, polls show the Russian president losing half of all Russian votes.
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.
Russians were outraged at Tuscan vineyards for high-ranking officials while they were counting pennies.
Hundreds were arrested during protests around Russia last Sunday—at least 12, including Navalny, remain in detention.
Young Russians defied the police and set out on a people's revolution against corruption.
Older people were pushed down stairs, teenagers were beaten and bystanders and journalists detained.
Police sweep through opposition leader's anti-corruption foundation hours after making arrests at protests throughout the nation.
Dozens of protesters were detained after thousands took to the streets to demand the resignation of the prime minister.
It seems he's a fan of a certain British detective.
From hockey with oligarchs to selfies with brides in Red Square, the Russian president kept busy in 2016.
More than half of Russians consider United Russia a party of crooks and thieves.
Liberal politician Ella Pamfilova heads the country's Electoral Commission for her first election.
The president has played a part in boosting United Russia's approval amid poll drop.
The ruling party keeps ruling as an election without genuine choice approaches.
A Levada Center poll sees the party reach new lows for 2016, but no main beneficiary is in sight.
Russia's Olympians are being handsomely rewarded by the Kremlin.
A group of farmers seek to make their grievances known with a tractor ride to the capital.