Nuclear missile launcher crashes in Russia while driving towards parade
The Iskander tactical missile system crashed into a road safety barrier in St. Petersburg.
UFO spotted flying near Russian nuclear plant spooks local authorities
The object triggered a "special response status," state media reported and authorities have not yet provided an explanation for it.
Assassinated Russian blogger "wrote the truth," says top Putin ally
Vladlen Tatarsky, 40, who was killed in a bomb attack in St. Petersburg on Sunday, was among Russia's most influential military bloggers.
What Putin's speech tells us about his Ukraine narrative
Putin's speech was "symbolically significant" to his audience within Russia's borders, according to the Institute for the Study of War.
Putin's mobilization failures pile up as 10,000 conscripts return home
Russian President Vladimir Putin himself has acknowledged that "mistakes" have been made in his partial mobilization.
Russian caught leaving note on Putin's parents' grave: "Take him with you"
Irina Tsybaneva made a subtle but devastating protest against the Russian leader.
Russia bans doctors, medics from leaving country
After Vladimir Putin announced mobilization, Russia's parliament said about 3,000 doctors and medical workers could be called up to serve.
How Vladimir Putin is spending his 70th birthday
Putin is facing the biggest challenge of his 22-year reign, with a growing number of allies criticizing his handling of the Ukraine war.
Russian Official Who Attempted to Overthrow Putin Faces Conscription
"Since I have no military experience, I believe that the real reason for the agenda is an attempt to get rid of me," Dmitry Baltrukov told Newsweek.
Joe Biden Bypasses DeSantis, Calls Local Mayors About Hurricane Ian
The president and the director of FEMA have been in touch with mayors of major cities in the path of Hurricane Ian.
Ukraine War Updates: Zelensky Tells Russians to Protest Mobilization
More than a thousand people have reportedly been arrested for opposing Putin's announcement that up to 300,000 reservists would be called up to fight.
Russia Takes Action Against Official Who Demanded Putin's Resignation
Four more members of the Smolninskoe local council are set to make court appearances this week.
Putin Faces Second Revolt as Russian Officials Slam War, Demand Resignation
Deputies in Moscow's Lomonosovsky Municipal District said "it all went wrong somehow" during the president's tenure.
Russia Delivers Energy Ultimatum as Nord Stream Pipeline Shut Down
Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov blamed sanctions for Russia's failure to deliver gas via the key pipeline that delivers gas to Germany via the Baltic Sea.
Russia Ready for Direct Confrontation With All of NATO, State TV Host Says
Vladimir Solovyov said that Russia was only using 18 percent of its army in Ukraine and a "peacetime" army.
Putin Gloats, Says West Couldn't Stop Russia Despite 'Insane' Sanctions
The Russian president was addressing the annual St. Petersburg International Economic Forum on Friday.
Vladimir Putin Questioned by His Greatest Cheerleader: 'I Serve Russia'
Margarita Simonyan, head of RT, will moderate St. Petersburg International Economic Forum on Friday.
Russian Oligarchs Avoiding Putin's Business Speech Like the Plague—Report
Russian oligarchs and business leaders will keep a low profile at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum this year, hoping to avoid Western sanctions.
Huge Fight Breaks Out on the Streets of Russian City, Leaving One Dead
A video of the brawl showed one man being knocked to the floor and later stomped on.
Alexander Subbotin is 7th Russian Oligarch to Mysteriously Die This Year
Some local news outlets reported Subbotin went in search of a hangover cure allegedly involving toad poison before his death, but these claims have not been substantiated.
Fighting to Save Model's Life From COVID, Doctors Will Amputate Legs
"Claire also faces a long and challenging recovery, and our hope is to give her the best resources possible for her ongoing healthcare needs," her family wrote.
20 Photos of the Tallest Buildings in the World
Burj Khalifa, Shanghai Tower and Makkah Royal Clock Tower are among the 20 tallest buildings in the world, as of 2021.
Breonna Taylor Protesters Yell at Florida Restaurant Customers
Video of the confrontation shows three protesters run over and sit at their table during a rally in St. Petersburg.
FL Police Department Will No Longer Send Cops to Some Non-Violent Calls
The City of St. Petersburg Police Department announced that, beginning October 1, a Community Assistance Liaison would respond to reports of a drug overdose, intoxicated person, mental health crisis, suicide crisis and disorderly juvenile.
Five Coronavirus Patients Die in Russia Hospital Fire
More than 150 people had to be evacuated from St George's hospital in St. Petersburg.
Man Accused of Molesting Child, Sharing Lewd Photo to Russian Site
Jesse Austin Millis-Dwyer, 25, of St. Petersburg, was detained by local police on December 6 and hit with more than a dozen charges, including sexual battery on a child less than 12.
Russian Conman Builds Fake Border in the Middle of the Woods
The five men were arrested on November 28 in a forest near Vyborg, by Russia's border with Finland.
Historian Arrested for Murder After Falling Into River With Lover's Remains
Oleg Sokolov, 63, fell into St Petersburg's Moika river with a backpack that contained Anastasia Yeshchenko's arms, in addition to the shotgun used to kill her.
Fire Breaks Out Across Two Cruise Ships Moored Next to Each Other
A couple from New Zealand have spoken of the fear they felt after evacuating a Russian vessel sailing from St. Petersburg.
Putin Reveals He Once Commanded an Artillery Battalion
The Russian president disclosed the information before firing a cannon to mark his country's Orthodox Christmas.