Here's what's happening to Crimea a year after Russia annexed it
Despite all the celebrating you're seeing this week, it's not going so well.
Start the rumor mill: Vladimir Putin is missing!
The Russian strongman hasn’t been seen in a while, and there are a lot of theories about why not.
This is how Russians get psyched before going to fight in Ukraine
Call it a pre-game warm-up.
Some Russian officials say Islamists killed Boris Nemtsov
Not everyone is convinced.
Putin admits to ordering Crimea annexation before referendum
State-owned channel Russia TV released the trailer of a documentary in which Russian President Vladimir Putin discloses the details of the Crimea annexation.
Two charged with Nemtsov killing include Chechen officer: report
Zaur Dadayev, who served in Chechnya's interior ministry, confessed when questioned by investigators.
East Ukraine rebels say heavy weapons pullback complete
An Ukrainian army spokesman assured reporters that the government was also upholding its end of the bargain
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny is out of jail, says he'll fight on
The opposition has scheduled a protest rally in Moscow for April 19, said Mikhail Kasyanov, a former prime minister.
Russia starts large-scale military exercises in disputed territories
At a news conference in Moscow unrelated to the exercises, Russian Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov said NATO activities on Russia's borders far exceeded anything the Russian military was undertaking.
Meet NATO’s man in Moscow
Robert Pszczel: ‘Sometimes I take a little pill before going on to stabilize my blood pressure.’
Thousands of Russians mourn slain opposition leader Nemtsov at funeral (PHOTOS)
'We never thought this could happen, but it did,' Gennady Gudkov, a prominent Kremlin opponent, said.
How a Pyrenees pipeline could weaken Putin’s grip on European energy
The planned European Energy Union is going to be big, if they can pull it off.
What Boris Nemtsov’s death means for Russia’s opposition movement
Analysis from writers and experts who give the view from Moscow.
Moscow marchers say: 'I am not afraid'
Thousands of Russians are marching in Moscow in memory of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov, shot dead last week.
Why the Kremlin has jailed Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko
Analysis: Savchenko is as much a symbol for Russian officials as she is for Ukraine.
Russian opposition mourns murdered leader Boris Nemtsov
A former deputy prime minister, Nemtsov was the most prominent opposition figure killed in Russian President Vladimir Putin's 15-year rule.
Here's why the UK is sending troops to Ukraine after the ceasefire
A scathing report from the House of Lords accused Britain and other EU members of 'sleep-walking into the current crisis.'
Kyiv points finger at Russia after two killed in blast
Kyiv said it had arrested suspects who had been armed and instructed in Russia.
Ukraine army, pro-Russian rebels swap prisoners under tattered truce
The swap was in rare compliance with a truce so badly breached that the US warned it could escalate sanctions on Russia within days.
This is what Pussy Riot has been doing since getting out of prison
They've been very busy.
Russia is signing deals with more separatist regions
While the world watches Ukraine, the Kremlin may be eyeing Georgian breakaway territories.
Ex-porn star Sasha Grey gets dragged into a propaganda war between Ukraine and Russia
But whose side is she on?
Ukraine rebels disavow ceasefire at encircled town
Pro-Russian rebels announced they would not observe the truce at Debaltseve, where Ukrainian army forces were encircled.
Ukraine ceasefire begins after fierce fighting in besieged town
Fighting raged until the last minute and Kyiv and the US accused Russia of fueling a final push by rebels to gain territory.
Ukraine fighting rages ahead of ceasefire
Kyiv and the US accused Russia of fueling a rebel onslaught to grab territory hours before the truce began.
8 Ukrainian servicemen killed in past 24 hours despite peace deal
The peace deal doesn't technically start until Sunday. But it's not a good omen.
Free speech or treason? Welcome to Ukraine’s information war
Controversial journalist Ruslan Kotsaba called on fellow Ukrainians not to go to battle. Now he's under arrest accused of treason and spying.
It looks like Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin are becoming BFFs
Russia has even announced military exercises with North Korea.
West presses Putin to back 'last-chance' Ukraine peace bid
Western leaders challenged Russian President Vladimir Putin Saturday to prove he wants peace in Ukraine.
Europe and US clash over how to confront Putin on Ukraine
On Saturday, Germany's Angela Merkel warned against sending arms to help Ukraine fight pro-Russian separatists.
Europe's other Greek problem
Beyond the economy, Athens' ties with Moscow are causing concern for allies.