There are unconfirmed reports that Gerasimov was wounded while on the frontlines in eastern Ukraine.
Thousands of military units and personnel paraded in Moscow's streets to mark Russia's annual celebration of its victory over Nazi Germany in 1945.
U.K. Defense Secretary Ben Wallace will urge the world to call out the "absurdity" of Russian generals in a speech at the National Army Museum in London.
Russia had already notably scaled back its May 9 Victory Day celebrations compared with previous years, amid the Kremlin's ongoing war with neighboring Ukraine.
Several mysterious fires have erupted in Russia in recent weeks, with some speculating Ukrainian sabotage.
On Monday, Russia celebrates Victory Day, its annual commemoration of the end of World War II. But the war in Ukraine might dampen the festivities.
A search by Newsweek on a local recruiting website found more than a dozen job adverts hiring recruits in mobilization training.
Ukraine's former president called for international support of the Republican congressman's resolution.
Russia's defense ministry said 129 units of military equipment will cross Red Square on May 9, in contrast to last year when 191 military vehicles took part.
Ukrainian officials have said they have killed 12 Russian generals on the front lines since Moscow's invasion began on February 24.
Griner, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, has been stuck in Russia since she was detained by Russian authorities on February 17 at a Moscow airport.
Russian authorities reportedly detained a 45-year-old Moscow man, who had previously disobeyed police officers and "held rallies."
The warehouse that caught fire belongs to the pro-Kremlin "Prosveshchenie" publishing house, according to Belarusian news outlet Nexta.
The Russian political scientist claimed that President Joe Biden has supported a plan to "destroy us" since 2012.
Social media video purportedly shows cars on fire in the south-east of the Russian capital.
The surprise deal will see Reed returned to the U.S. in exchange for a Russian pilot serving a drug-related sentence in Connecticut.
The Russian president's demands for a possible peace negotiation run counter to what Ukraine's leader said his country required for a deal.
VanDyke has started a training program for Ukrainian civilians in Lviv and plans to train fighters in Kyiv and on the front line.
At a press conference, the Ukrainian president discussed how he would approach future peace negotiations with Russia.
"The reaction was as if they [U.S.] denied the fundamental importance of what happened," a Russian TV presenter suggested Sunday.
Videos of the Bryansk blazes circulated widely on social media, showing columns of smoke rising from facilities in the Russian city.
For years rumors have circulated about an alleged relationship between Vladimir Putin and Alina Kabaeva, who has been dubbed "Russia's First Mistress" and the "Secret First Lady."
Some people are speculating that the Russian leader may be ill following a recent appearance.
One of the Russian panelists said that New York City would be "completely gone with one rocket."
The Mozart Group was established during the war by ex-U.S. commander Colonel Andrew Milburn with a group of Western veterans to train Ukrainians to fight.
Vyacheslav Nikonov, a member of Putin's political party, described Russia as "the embodiment of the forces of good."
The Democratic senator warned that Ukraine could "turn into Syria" if Russia's aggression and "war crimes" go unchecked.
The House minority leader claimed Sunday that the White House failed to provide Kyiv with enough weapons to stave off initial attacks from Russia.