Under constitutional reforms Vladimir Putin arranged, he is eligible to seek two more six-year terms after his current one expires next year, potentially allowing him to remain in power until 2036.
Two months ago, Prigozhin mounted a daylong mutiny against Russia's military. President Vladimir Putin decried the act as “treason” and vowed punishment for those involved.
An investigation team said they had insufficient evidence to launch new prosecutions and suspended their probe into the shooting down of the plane that killed all 298 people aboard in 2014. Russia has denied any involvement in the downing of the flight.
The Russian Orthodox Church celebrates Christmas on Jan. 7.
A "dirty bomb" is a device that uses explosives to scatter nuclear waste.
Russia has suffered a series of setbacks nearly eight months after invading Ukraine in a campaign many thought would be short-lived.
Pope Francis uttered his strongest plea yet about the seven-month-old war in Ukraine, which he denounced as an “error and a horror.”
The U.S. Embassy in Moscow has issued another security alert for Americans in Russia, warning them to depart “immediately while limited commercial travel options remain.”
The total number of reservists to be called up in Russia could be as high as 300,000.
The 29-year-old was the daughter of political theorist Alexander Dugin, a prominent proponent of the “Russian world” concept and a vehement supporter of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The Minnesota Wild’s general manager is denying media reports that Kirill Kaprizov returned to the U.S. after questions surrounding his military service in Russia. Minnesota Wild general manager Bill Guerin said Kaprizov remains in Russia and is doing well.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says unlike him, Western leaders abuse alcohol and don't do sports.
“The brutal invasion (by) Russia is losing momentum. We know that with the bravery of the Ukrainian people and army, and with our help, Ukraine can win this war.”
Zelenskyy pushes for harsher sanctions as the war in Ukraine persists
Given Vladimir Putin’s antipathy toward the West and his repeated denunciations of Ukraine, officials believe he may see the U.S. backing of Ukraine’s resistance as a direct affront to him, giving him further incentive to target another U.S. election.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Dr. Scott Jensen is in the hot seat after video has surfaced of him talking about getting support from Russian President Vladimir Putin.