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Putin chooses a new hero -- Pyotr Stolypin.
The Kremlin's special envoy to Libya says Gaddafi has a "suicidal plan" to "blow up" Tripoli if it gets taken by rebels.
Twitter introduces Cyrillic hashtags. F@*& yeah!
President Medvedev holds an off the record meeting with Russia's biggest businessmen. Did he tell them it's time to choose who's boss?
Russia marks the 450th anniversary of its iconic St Basil's Cathedral. Google joins in on the fun.
Why did the Bulgaria pleasure boat sink in Russia's Volga River?
It's all in the art at "G spot," Moscow's first sex museum.
But is the Kremlin playing with Mikhail Prokhorov?
Russia's foreign minister heads to the US next week. Talks on the Middle East, and a possible upcoming meeting between Medvedev and Obama, await.
Russia is building a massive collider. This is sure to go well.
Russia makes public a list of those accused of terrorism and terrorist financing.
A popular DJ remixes Vladimir Putin's infamous interpretation of Blueberry Hill. Ears bleed.
Russian newspaper Kommersant that France is ready to propose a peaceful exit for Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi.
The Caucasus nation has a split personality with ambitious democratic reforms but a frustrated opposition.
A new poll shows most Russians would want to see Putin run for president. Or neither Putin nor Medvedev.
A court in a Moscow suburb bans books and pamphlets by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. Prepares for the wrath of Xenu.
US State Department wages soft power campaign to win the hearts and minds of Russians.
Russian charity famous for screwing over sick children says Woody Allen, Francis Ford Copolla, Dustin Hoffman and others are expected at their next event. Hollywood: bastion of morality no more?
A man who figured in the twisted trial of the alleged killers of US journalist Paul Klebnikov gets out on parole.
Satellite television station PIK insists its not anti-Russia.