Oleg Deripaska told the Financial Times that Russia has shown financial resilience since the start of Putin's full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
Fuel shortages have been reported nationwide, while wholesale fuel prices have soared across the country.
As five American hostages come home from Iran—amid both support for and criticism of the deal that secured their release—a much more complex picture lies beyond the headlines.
Over the past year, dozens of types of drugs have disappeared from pharmacies in Russia.
Eighteen months into Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine, Western-imposed sanctions are taking a toll on the daily lives of Russians.
Trump calls for the GOP to remove the president from office while citing the 25th amendment in wake of American detainees deal with Iran
Billions of dollars of Russia's oil sale profits are stuck in India, as Russia looks to move away from the world's dominant reserve currency.
"The fact that you imposed sanctions on my mother, I won't forgive you for that," said Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov.
The president's grand orders to excise Western influence have fallen flat as the Russian economy struggles to keep up.
Two Boeing 777 aircraft operated by Red Wings "simultaneously failed," the airline said in a statement.
The ruble slumped toward 100 per dollar on Wednesday, its weakest level in 16 months.
"I am horrified about the fate of people in Ukraine...whose houses are being bombed every day," said Yandex co-founder Arkady Volozh.
The ruble's temporary collapse was partially caused by spending on the parts of Ukraine that were illegally annexed last fall, the lawmaker said.
The controversial visit of a Chechen businessman has sparked fresh anger as partially occupied Georgia struggles with a wave of Russian migrants.
Newsweek investigation adds to growing demands that the U.S. federal retirement system exclude the option for investment in sanctioned Chinese companies
The head of Russia's transportation watchdog organization told lawmakers that 2,000 Russian flights were performed last year using expired parts.
An emerging alliance between the two authoritarian giants is "very real" and has been deepened by the war on Ukraine, Liz Truss told Newsweek.
Russia possesses a key resource for clean energy that many nations want, including the United States.
By April 2023, the Kremlin's budget deficit exceeded what authorities had planned for the entire year.
The Russian president had already decided to attack Kyiv in February-March 2021, an investigation has stated.